Honda reveals pricing for 2016 Pilot and pricing for all trim and sub-trim levels
The just launched Honda Pilot at the Chicago auto show now has a price tag, and we have driven that car. Price tags are a possibility rather, as Honda offers several trims and sub trims included in it. This three-row ute actually has 17 variants to offer which would encompass a stripper model to a Luxury model with front-drive and an all-wheel-drive Pilot Elite with rear seat entertainment and navigation.
The price range would begin at the most basic $30, 875 and meander over several levels and all the way to the top with the Pilot fully equipped costing $47,300.
For the LX priced $30,875 you will get 280hp V-6 with direct injection, six-speed automatic transmission, 18-inch wheels, keyless entry, LED brake lights, air conditioning, push button start, cruise control, power windows auto functioning, third row folding seats 60/40 split, audio system, five-inch color radio screen, USB, Bluetooth, 7 speakers, phone connectivity, 12-V outlets located on center console and stack. The All-wheel-drive option is available at $1800 for all trims.
The Elite with AWD of Honda Pilot will cost $47,300, and it will offer entertainment system for the backseats and navigation, along with the entire Touring features. It adds or substitutes more options like Intelligent Traction Management System, heated and ventilated front seats, heated second-row chairs, blind spot monitoring, and cross traffic alert, automatic high beams, panoramic roof, rain-sensing wipers, LED map lights, LED automatic headlamps, illuminated cup holders in second row, heater steering, and HD radio. Details of the rest can be obtained at the website.
Irrespective of the models in the range, you get a fuel economy of 19/27/22 mpg EPA, for city/highway/combined for the six-speed automatic equipped with AWD. The Nine speed automatic in the top levels offer 20/27/23 mpg for all road conditions.