After just shy of 20 years, the Honda Pilot is still a cornerstone of the Honda SUV lineup. The Pilot is the largest SUV made by Honda with an emphasis on people-carrying capability. But the Honda Pilot is not a one-feature vehicle, it is made to make long drives spacious and comfortable, and ownership economical.
The 2021 model year of the Honda Pilot builds on its third generation by adding a special edition trim and changing the transmission to a 9-speed automatic. The Pilot continues to offer both 7- and 8-seat configurations as well as useful storage compartments. 7 trim levels offer diversity for those shopping for the perfect fit. The Black Edition sits at the top as the highest trim level with a special aesthetic design, and the LX brings up the rear with generous safety technology and other appointments. The table below summarizes the vehicles’ specifications and available features.
|1.8L Inline 4-Cylinder Engine
||Collision Mitigation Braking System™
||6-Speaker, 180-Watt Audio Output Sound System|
|Continuously Variable Transmission (CVT)
||Road Departure Mitigation System
||USB Audio Input with External Media Control|
|Available All-Wheel Drive
||Adaptive Cruise Control and Lane Keeping Assist
||Single Zone Front Climate Control|
|141 Horsepower, 127 lb-ft of Torque
||Pre- and Post-Collision Safety System
The 2021 Honda Pilot is made to be the solution for large families of all ages. With a wide range of entertainment options, including an entertainment system with an HDMI interface, a powerful sound system, and comprehensive audio connectivity, the Pilot has what it takes to keep everyone happy on even the longest trips. Not only that, but the V6 engine, All-Wheel drive and other mechanical specifications should keep the driver feeling in charge in just about every condition.