The 2014 Honda Pilot is a large, eight-passenger crossover Suv. This is the current color to the seller: LX, EX, EX-L and touring. The 2014 Honda PilotLX base trim comes standard with 17-inch wheels, metal, lights, and use the full power accessories, cruise control, wheel tilt and telescoping, Tri-zone climate control use of the 60/40-split second-and third-row a-seven-speaker sound system with CD player and chairs, -8 inch center display screen, Bluetooth phone and audio connection, rearview camera and a USB interface / iPod with an audio auxiliary jack.
The 2014 Honda Pilot EX adds 18-inch wheels equipped with foglights, heated mirrors (AWD model) and the seat is an eight-way power driver’s license. The 2014 Honda Pilot EX-L is a Upholstery leather, a sunroof, a power liftgate, heated front seats, power passenger seat, rearview mirror satellite radio, auto-dimming. The EX-L can be made ??available to make mother-seat entertainment system or navigation system voice-activated. Note that this and / or suggestions, as we had together EX-L for us. The top-of-the-line touring areas of both color options EX-L, roof rails, parking sensors (for the corners of the rear and front), driver seat memory functions, power and 115 volt a premium 10-speaker sound system as standard equipment.
2014 Honda Pilot Interior
The big knock against the inside of the appearance of the Honda Pilot’s downmarket often the color of the roomit takes a couple steps down from the established Honda Accord. Otherwise, the 2014 Pilot has a practical design the interior of the consideration and instrumentation information clearly presented. The standard automatic climate control helps to reduce the number of buttons and knobs on the center, as does the information screen 8-inch on all trims. However, some of the control to feel chintzy appearance.
Unlike the other three crossovers in a row, i-Pilot in the third row gives the room is really acceptable for adults. Unfortunately, the seat cushions for the second and third rows are too low, making long-legged passengers to be more of a squatting, knees-up position. The Chevy Cross and Ford Flex this regard. However, if you really need eight-passenger capacity, the Pilot, and the Cross, one of the few options for your class crossover SUV. The 2014 Honda Pilot seats in the second and third row stowed, i-Pilot can hold 87 cubic feet car. This figure is less legal than some competitors, but the shape of the employment Pilot’s boxy to its advantage, allowing them to easily bulkier items easily. Little things, and there are many to consider storage bins and pockets throughout the room.
2014 Honda Pilot Engine
Regardless of trim level, the 2014 Honda drivers use the same powertrain, a 3.5-L V-6 engine with 250 horsepower and 253 pound-feet of torque that runs through a five-speed automatic movement. Front-wheel drive is standard, but any Pilot can be ordered with all-wheel programs that automatically shifts as much as 70 percent of the power to rear wheels when the front tires start walking. The driver-selectable ‘key lines of maximum torque to the wheels that were built in 1 or gear 2 low-speed to help free a Pilot stuck.
To test the performance saw the all-wheel-Pilot looking to accelerate from a standstill to 60 Mph in 8.9 seconds, while the example of the front-wheels made ??of 8.3. Both are less than average. Pilot’s economy stands EPA-estimated at 21 MPG combined (18 city/25 highway) for front-Drive model and 20 MPG combined (17 city/24 highway) for AWD variants. The front-drive Pilot can be claimed 2,000 pounds, while the all-wheel-ways are rated for 4,500 pounds fwhen equipped properly.
2014 Honda Pilot Safety
Standard safety features of the 2014 Honda Pilot include anti-lock brakes, the traction and stability control, front-seat side Airbag and full-length side curtain Airbag. A rear view camera is also standard, and are looking at comes with parking sensors. In brake testing, the Pilot came to a stop from 60 Mph in 130 feet. This is a longer than average for a midsize to large three-row crossover. In crash tests conducted by the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, the 2014 Honda Pilot earned an Overall rating of four stars out of five possible four stars for frontal crash protection and five stars for side-impact accidents. In Insurance Institute for Highway Safety tests, the Pilot received the top “Good” rating in the moderate overlap with these machines, side-impact and roof inspection. The 2014 Honda Pilot design head to prevent further receives an average Good for Whiplash protection in rear impacts the back from behind.