Pilot 2011 is a vehicle that families turn when they find you can not get the Honda Odyssey minivan with all-wheel drive. Like the Odyssey, Pilot can accommodate as many as eight people and offers only V-6 engine. This pilot has a five-speed automatic transmission and it can have on the front and all-wheel drive of approximately $ 29,000 in base form of the LX $ 40,000 as a full Touring model.
Pilot 3.5-liter V-6 makes 250 horsepower at 5700 rpm and 253 pound-feet of torque at 4800 rpm. All Pilot trims benefit from the Variable Cylinder Management technology of Honda, which allows the engine to operate on three or four cylinders under certain conditions to conserve fuel. Efficiency is the average in the Pilot 2011 for its class. All-wheel-drive models rated 16/22 mpg city / highway, while front-wheel-drive 2011 Pilot get 17/23 mpg. We will do harm if our readers do not mention that the Odyssey minivan at the price – with a larger interior – is EPA-rated at 18/27 mpg and 19/28, depending on transmission.
For the 2011 model year, Honda is now making a navigation system available on the EX-L model and the range-topping Touring models. If not, 2011 is a carryover year for pilots, who can get a small redesign for model year 2012.
Honda may not be messy with seating eight passengers, the interior packaging is an achievement that is above the average for middle grade crossing. Towing capacity of the Pilot 2011 with front-wheel drive is 3500 pounds and 4500 pound all-wheel-drive models. The radius of 38.6 feet and spinning is respectable, even if you bring three rows of seats worth of people, cargo capacity is 18.0 cubic feet. Expands to 47.7 cubic feet numbers when you fold down the second row seats and 87.0 cubic feet when second and third row seats folded flat.