2016 Honda Pilot model year lease deal

2016 Honda Pilot Priced at $30,145

Lease Deal
$
435
/Mo.

$2999 Due at Signing

3 Year/36 Month Lease – 36,000 Total Miles. Example based on national average selling vehicle price. Each dealer sets own price. Your payments may vary.

Financing Special
$455
1.9% APR

for 60 Months 

$4999 down payment. Payments will also vary based on length of loan, loan to value, and options selected. Title, taxes, license, registration and dealer fees are extra.

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2016 Honda Pilot Test Report
Recognizing the importance of the midsize crossover, Honda has launched its new Pilot 2016, a vehicle that takes decidedly more modern tunes, both outside and inside. The Canadian division has invited several members of the automotive press to discover the virtues of the third generation of the popular SUV.

The new Honda Pilot abandoned appearance more robust in favor of a modern silhouette that will appeal undoubtedly to a wider audience. Longer both in magnitude as the wheelbase, the 2016 Pilot is however lower than a few millimeters, a movement already observed in some competitors like the Toyota Highlander and the Kia Sorento.

With a large cabin, passengers will benefit from improved general space, and this, with three rows of seats. The 8-inch screen entertainment system comes automatically on all versions, ditto for the hot tack in the first row. As usual, the manufacturer presents a vehicle focused on functionality. The second row of seats that juts forward with a button is well thought out.

Just as the first two generations of the SUV, the Pilot comes with an evolution of the famous 3.5-liter V6, the latter now features direct injection. The power goes from 250 to 280 horsepower, while the peak torque is now 262 lb.-ft.. In addition, the automatic transmission of five-speed transmission has been replaced by a six-speed gearbox. Touring the livery will however be exclusively equipped with an automatic nine-speed paddle behind the wheel.

Declining sales figures for recent years have not pleased the strategists of the manufacturer, which explains this new, more populist approach in terms of design. Honda would like to attract more young families, the target group is slightly older. Moreover, it seems that the EX versions, EX-L and Touring are the majority of anticipated sales.
The Honda Pilot was first presented to the automotive press at the New York Auto Show 2015. Unlike last batch of SUVs, no prototype was developed.

Available in three different versions, LX, EX, EX-L and Touring, the Pilot will meet clients seeking a roomy SUV and equipped with AWD, although the LX edition can also be ordered with two wheels motor only. At the time of this writing, the price of different versions had not yet been disclosed.

The competition includes the: Dodge Journey, Ford Explorer, Nissan Pathfinder, Toyota Highlander, Hyundai Santa Fe, and the Mazda CX-9.