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2014 Honda Pilot Consumer Discussions

Discuss the new upcoming Pilot, here!...

2014 Honda Pilot Starts at $30,500...

I am looking to purchase one of the Honda Pilot Trim....

Looking to lease an Odyssey for 3 years until my kids are out of car seats. Never saw myself in a minivan but 8 months ago didn't see a third kid on the way either . That being said I was offered the ...

Welcome to Edmunds discussion dedicated to 2014 Honda Pilot purchase experiences. If you have recently purchased a 2014 Pilot, please share your experience here....

To discuss the latest lease details for the current model, please join us in the 2015 Honda Pilot Lease Questions forum....

Honda just announced the 2015 Special Edition Pilot. As most Honda watchers know when Honda announces the temporary trim level of 'Special Edition' to any of their models, it really means it's only 6...

2015 Honda Pilot Starts at $30,700 | Edmunds.com...

Discuss the 2015 Pilot, here!...

Then in 2014, I bought the previous generation Pilot with VCM. One year later, I sold it and had to move onto Toyota because Honda does not make a V6 without VCM. HORRIBLE technology! You could n...

I saw somewhere that Honda Pilot 2014 was going to get make over and the exterior was going to be redesigned. Have you seen anything in this regards?...

I have a 2014 Odyssey, and I've paid a lot of attention to its fuel economy. It's rated at 19/28 and has a 3.5 V6 with VCM, sharing a lot with what's in this Pilot....

I have been an owner of a 2016 Pilot for about a month now, the car has a problem with it's command unit for sure. I noticed it the nextday after pick up of the car as I tried to set my preferred meth...

This cash price was the Internet price (ask to look at their book to verify). I also saw a Pilot EX 4WD for cash price of $31,415....

Just went through a major headache with American Honda Corporation trying to get them to recognize their design flaws on pre-2016 Pilot brake rotors and wear bushings found all over the Honda boards....
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