2017 Honda Pilot Review USA and Minor Changes – Once it is released, the 2017 Honda Pilot will only get some minor changes obviously. Although it is similarly with the 2016 model, the redesigned things can be seen even with our naked eyes. For your information, the latest redesigned of Pilot was conducted in 2009 ago. It means that it is almost eight years until now. Fortunately, the 2017 Pilot will have more power, sleeker designs and better fuel consumption of course. With 8-passenger capability, we also heard some rumors about towing and off-road capability for the new model. So, let us go the truth of the new Pilot below.
2017 Honda Pilot Review Features
There are several features which you have to wait for 2017 Honda Pilot Review USA. The first one is the blind-spot system which is predicted to be available for the Pilot Elite. For your information, this system will give some alerts for the drivers. Secondly, there will be also driver assist suite which is called as Honda Sensing system. This feature will add more safeties for everyone inside the suggestions car. Thirdly, Honda will give a new paint color. But, we do not know yet the name of it before the automaker gives the announcement. If you expect full redesign of Pilot, it would be happened somewhere in 2022.
2017 Honda Pilot Review USA Exterior
Not only the features of 2017 Honda Pilot Review USA which will get minor changes, the style of this crossover is also getting the same truth. We still can see the aerodynamic styling of 2016 model in the 2017 Pilot. Meanwhile, the changes will happen on the overall body appearance from the boxy model into longer and circular body language. Because of this new body, the 2017 Pilot is 3 inches longer than the outgoing model. Moreover, passengers will have more space inside the car plus increased cargo volume. There are five trims that will be introduced somewhere in the end of 2016. They are LX, EX, EX-L, Touring and Elite trims.
2017 Honda Pilot Review Powertrain
Last but not least, we talk about the changes that we found under the hood of 2017 Pilot. Sadly, we have to say that the 3.5 L V6 engine will still remain the same. As we can see on the 2016 model, this engine just produces 280 horsepower and 262 ft-lb of torque. Meanwhile, the transmission is divided into two, six and nine speeds of automatic transmission. The standard models like LX, EX and EX-L will have the lower transmission and the higher transmission belongs to the Touring and Elite. The power will be transferred via front- and all-wheel drives. The 2017 Honda Pilot Review USA is still good as modern crossover like 2017 Honda HR-V UK Review, though.