2018 Honda Pilot Redesign First Drive

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In the first year the new Pilot was offered Honda sold more units than it did in any of the previous 10 years. However, in 2016 the sales dropped mostly because it now faces a lot of competition. In order to get back at the top of its class, an update is expected quite soon. The 2018 Honda Pilot should not only solve most of the car’s current issues but also add a few new features as well. This is not going to be an all new car though. The new Pilot is still going to use the same platform as before while most of the interior will definitely remain identical to the one before it. One of the largest issues with the current car has been the way it looks. Honda moved from a rather bulky looking crossover to something that resembles a minivan with a slightly higher ground clearance.

For the 2018 model Honda is expected to adjust the car’s exterior to look a bit more like an SUV but more on that later. The NVH levels have been quite good but the car didn’t excel at it. Also, the Pilot lacked the driving capabilities of some of its competing models. In order to change that Honda might revise the suspension system and also add better tires. The current model gets 245 section tires on either 18 or 20 inch rims which are both aimed at low noise and decent fuel consumption. The 2018 Honda Pilot might not only get wider tires on some of its models but it should also get a better compound for them. This will mean better braking distances and better overall grip with the expense of fuel consumption.

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Regarding the regular model, the price will most likely go a little up. This kind of refresh always brings changes which merit that small increase in price. This would make 2018 come at the cost of $31,000 for the base FWD LX trim; the EX trim would go for $33,500; the EX-L $37,000; and the Touring version for estimated price of $42,500. If you have needs or desires to add AWD, it will cost you additional $1800 on each trim. The top tier trim called Elite which will as usually come only with AWD will cost you in excess around $48,000. The good news in terms of the price come with short wheelbase Pilot which will, thanks to its reduction in size come at a lower price. At this time we don’t have exact information just how much will this alteration be priced but as soon as we find out we will give you an update. Logically it will go under the entry price that stands at $31,000. Good news from Honda.

The 2018 Honda Pilot Redesign offers outstanding style and technology both inside and out. See interior & exterior photos. 2018 Honda Pilot Redesign New features complemented by a lower starting price and streamlined packages. The mid-size 2018 Honda Pilot Redesign offers a complete lineup with a wide variety of finishes and features, two conventional engines.

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