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Honda Pilot Guide

Get the best online car shopping experience with expert reviews of the Honda Pilot. Read more to learn about the most important features and important factors to consider when researching the Honda Pilot.

OverviewHonda Pilot

There is plenty to like about the Honda Pilot. Even among its all-star midsize SUV rivals, the Pilot receives high marks for its spacious interior, powerful and efficient V6 engine, and clever storage solutions. The infotainment system's user interface is intuitive for users and has a physical volume knob that replaces the previous touch-sensitive volume slider. Discover the ins and outs on used Honda Pilots, available now in Carvana's inventory.


Easy, Comfortable Ride

The Pilot won't wow you with incredible performance, but it's a pleasant enough vehicle to drive, offering a comfortable ride that rather easily absorbs bumps and ruts in the road. The Pilot also does well minimizing road and vehicle noise when traveling at highway speeds.

Storage Areas Aplenty

For individuals who are used to hauling around gear or a car load full of kids, the Honda Pilot rises to the occasion. With second and third row seating folded down, the Pilot is capable of storing up to 87 cubic feet of cargo. The Pilot's boxy design also allows it to fit bulkier items that may not normally fit in the storage space provided by other vehicles of similar stature. Additionally, there are numerous bins and pockets throughout the interior that allow for smaller items to be stored with ease.

Roomy Third Row Seating

Compared to other three-row crossovers, the Pilot actually offers legitimate accommodations in terms of room for third row passengers. If you're looking for a vehicle that will serve you well as an adult-sized people hauler, the Pilot is a solid choice.



The Pilot has been known as a vehicle that feels heavy when taking it for a spin, and in performance testing, that weighty feel is validated. In Edmunds brake testing, the Pilot came to a halt from 60 mph in 130 feet -- longer than the average distance for a midsize to large three-row crossover.

Driving Characteristics

As previously mentioned, the Pilot feels like a heavy and large vehicle when behind the wheel. Part of this is due to a slow-shifting five-speed automatic transmission and a lack of overall agility going around corners and operating in tight spaces.


Perhaps the biggest mark against the Pilot is the relatively low-quality appearance of the cabin area. While useful and practical in design, there are an abundance of hard plastics being used, putting it a tier or two below nicer appointed vehicles in the same class.

Honda Pilot Reviews

4.8 OUT OF 5 (54 Reviews)