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  • How is the Market Average Price Trending? For the base model, the average paid price for a new 2018 Honda Pilot is trending ,403 below the manufacturer's MSRP. There are 17 available 2018 Honda Pilot trim lines. The average savings for the 2018 Honda Pilot EX-L AWD is 6.05% below the MSRP. Our MSRP Includes the Destination Fee Why does the TrueCar manufacturer's suggested retail price (MSRP) not match the MSRP found on most other websites? We think most sites don't truly care about price, and believe that not disclosing destination fees or shipping charges upfront creates confusion over hidden fees when at the dealership. Why else would many car manufacturer or leading research websites not include destination fee charges in the display of the MSRP until you've indicated that you want to buy that car? For us it's simple: because the destination charge is always found on the window sticker of a new car, and is a fee that generally is not negotiable, TrueCar includes the value in the calculation of the MSRP wherever it is shown as a total. The destination fee for the 2018 Honda Pilot is at least 5, and can vary by region. Available Manufacturer Incentives, Bonus Cash and Rebates

    There are no manufacturer incentives or cash rebates currently being offered for the 2018 Honda Pilot.

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    New Car Sales Volume The 2018 Honda Pilot is the top selling new car for Honda. Figuring Out the Monthly Car Payment Using this week's average price of ,252, new car buyers can expect to pay as low as 2 a month with a 20% down payment of ,450 on a new 2018 Honda Pilot. This price is based on a 48 month average finance rate of 3.9%.

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Top Positive Review

"Honda is a breath of fresh air and has set new standards that other car companies haven't been able to match.."

Charles»PA» 2016 Honda Pilot Purchased December 2015 | Verified

The car is , , great looks and the are incredible, especially keeping me in my lane over long road trips. I've owned nothing but Honda's for over 20 years. I have owned Pilot's ( I love the style and progression over the years) and my wife is on her 4th CRV.. My children also own Accords and an Odyssey. , Dependability, engineering that is exceptional.

Originally Reviewed on April 09, 2016I have owned Honda Pilots, Accords and CRV's for almost 20 years and only once have I had a problem and that was with the on an older Accord, which was out of warranty for years I took it to an out of town dealer, they said that Honda had experienced some problems with the of that particular year and they would fix it for free. Before Honda, I had always purchased Chevrolet SUV's and I consistenly had little problems going on with those vehicles and I would guarantee they would never have done that. Honda is a breath of fresh air and has set new standards that other car companies haven't been able to match.....Thank you.

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Top Critical Review

"The cruise control is frustrating because it is very sensitive to another car pulling in front of you and will over brake (in my opinion) to regain a safe distance"

Steven»VA» 2016 Honda Pilot Purchased December 2015 | Verified

The is frustrating because it is very sensitive to another car pulling in front of you and will over (in my opinion) to regain a safe distance. The over is killing and possibly could cause a car following you to almost have an accident trying to avoid the over applied by the . It makes the unsafe in moderate traffic and unusable in anything more than moderate traffic. It is the worst of the new Pilot and has taken a lot of the shine off of getting the Pilot.

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November 18, 2016

"Both take a little getting used to, but I really like the navigation system"

Dennis»MS» 2016 Honda Pilot Purchased August 2016 | Verified

So far we have been very pleased with our Honda Pilot Elite. It is very well designed, especially the . It is very serviceable, but still looks nice. We love the . The auto-dimming are great, and combined with the auto sensing wipers, they allow me to concentrate on driving instead of looking for controls. The vehicle is great for trips for two couples. My research ahead of purchasing said the and no knob for volume control were problems. Both take a little getting used to, but I really like the . The few things we have found so far that we would like to see improved are: 1) a little more padding or memory foam in seat bottoms, 2) height adjustment for the , 3) foot operation of the rear , 4) power- , 5) would like to name the addresses stored on the . Also, we have to turn off the off in stop-and-go traffic, and needed in traffic suffers when the Econ mode is engaged.

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Updated on May 02, 2016

"I love my 2016 Pilot more than my 2012 Pilot"

Laura»SC» 2016 Honda Pilot Purchased January 2016 | Verified

I loved my 2012 Honda Pilot but love my 2016 even more. My 2012 was higher from the ground, which I liked for awhile. I found I could see a lot better with the 2016 model. The is a lot better in the 2016. I like the cover when I have the down and like the velcro. I liked the look of the mufflers and back bumper on my 2012 better and the were warmer in the 2012. The in the 2016 Pilot is one of its strengths as is the and easy to read information panel. My grandsons love the RES, and I love the different options. I had fewer than 60,000 miles on my 2012, and it was great for 4 years. The new look and new of the 2016 makes me glad I traded. I am the owner and only driver unless my friends at work talk me into letting them drive. Everyone that drives it loves it.

Originally Reviewed on March 01, 2016I love my 2016 Pilot more than my 2012 Pilot. My friends always want to drive my car and want me to use my car for the short as well as the long trips. The is quiet and smooth. The for all of the passengers is good. There is plenty of . My grandsons love the RES. I love the new so I can chose different forms for music. I even love the velcro on the and tray over the third seat. The is great to warm and cool the car.

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February 11, 2017

"You owe it to us to excited us, and challenge our notions of what we think a car should be"

Richard»NY» 2017 Honda Pilot Purchased December 2016 | Verified

Yes. I hate the stupid push and push again to release the , . I can't tell you how many times i get in the car and accidentally hit the pedal with my left foot, releasing it - and suddenly it's like another emergency where my car is rolling down a hill. And this is because the only way to put the car in accessory mode after the is on so i can listen to my , or stay on a phone call over the car's is to leave the car in drive or neutral, press down once on the , and then press the big stupid big red button. So unless i want to burn through like a pirate on holiday, this is the only work-around to the engineer's inability to remember how cars have worked for the past 100 years. So then i get out of my car, to get my kid from the bus, hop back in the car only to have my left foot hit the by accident and boom, the car's rolling down the street like and old Keystone Cops episode. I know, i'm being too hard on your guys. But honestly, cars are the best way to transport folks, both physically and emotionally. It's unique thing, a car. And it's made it into the he mindset of every kid who ever wanted to go faster than his bicycle would take him. You're building dreams, boys. Four , a motor, a couple of and a big old dream turned real. And when you get the combination right, it's like going to the movies with your pockets filled with outside candy and donuts. It's both fun and exhilarating and you know you got away with something other folks never thought of. You owe it to us to excited us, and challenge our notions of what we think a car should be. But to disappoint us with less than incredibly fantastic solutions... Well that's like stale popcorn and sticky candy bar. Sincerely, Rick Ardito.

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March 20, 2016

"Comfortable seats, even the back ones"

Javier»NY» 2016 Honda Pilot Purchased October 2015 | Verified

The 2016 Pilot is the best one ever! This is the 4th one I have driven, and I can't find a single flaw. It drives so smoothly, just like a car. Excellent turning . , even the back ones! They feel more padded and than before. The sunk compartment on the is awesome for small runs to the supermarket or for small . The feels bigger. The right turn is very cool and useful. The new on the are worth mentioning. Honda finally caught up with other makers on the and the . The on the (in front of the driver) is pretty cool with the current road and the references. Seriously, this new model made me fall in love with the Pilot all over again! Even the of the turning signal is better now!

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February 16, 2016

"Also, I live in Wyoming where it is very windy at times"

Luis»WY» 2016 Honda Pilot Purchased October 2015 | Verified

My husband wanted a Toyota. It took me a bit (2 weeks) to change his mind and see what I saw in the 2016 Honda Pilot. So far, I am happy with the purchase, but there are a couple of things that I don't care for. First of all, I feel that the vehicle is lacking power when It is at a complete stop and then the is pressed to proceed. I am scared that because of the lack in power I am not going to be able to get out of someones way as they are coming at me. It is slow to get going after a complete stop. I don't like that I have to press a button every time I start the car so that I get a bit more power when I proceed after I am at a complete stop. I think there should be an for this to be shut off at all times. Also, I live in Wyoming where it is very windy at times. We get winds ranging from 30mph to up to 55-65mph. I don't like the way the hood looks as if it is going to fly open. In the 13 years that I've had my 2002 Chevy Suburban I never had this problem. When this happened with the my new Honda Pilot I was very disappointed. I think that the hood may be flimsy or it is built in a way that the wind catches it. Maybe my Suburban was made out of heavier material. I just wish that my hood would not do this. I don't like that when I am requesting that a number be dialed and I turn on my signal that the call or request is dropped and I have to start over. I do like that there is plenty of room for my family and I. I like the hidden compartment to put my fruits and veggies located in the back. I like all the ports for chargers. I like that we are able to enter into the 3rd row from both sides of the vehicle. I like that my opens by pressing a button but wished it could be a " " . I really like the . We did pay quite a bit of money to have some extras put on the outside of the vehicle which makes it look really sharp. I like the dual temperature in the front and the . This vehicle is very . I do wish that there was a bar above the so that an older person or a person with a physical disability or just a person who need help getting into the vehicle can grab onto it and help themselves enter the vehicle. My Chevy had this which was great when I had to take my 86 year old father to his doctor appointments. I notice there is no place for us to hang up our trash bag. I feel this is necessary. I love the when it is night. I hope this has been helpful.

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2018 Honda Pilot Specifications

2018 Honda Pilot Price Price Range ,895 — ,465 Engine & Transmission Cylinders 6 Displacement 3.5 L/212 Fuel Induction Gasoline Direct Injection Horsepower @ Rpm 280 @ 6000 Torque @ Rpm 262 @ 4700 Valves 24 Turning Radius 39.4 ft. City Mpg. 18 Highway Mpg. 26 Fuel Capacity 19.5 gal. Tires & Wheels Spare Tire Compact Wheel Type Aluminum Wheelbase 111 in. Tire Wheel Size P245/60HR18 Rear Tire Wheel Size P245/60HR18 Dimensions & Capacity Seating 8 Head Room Front: 39.5 in., Rear: 39.9 in. Leg Room Front: 40.9 in., Rear: 38.4 in. Shoulder Room Front: 62 in., Rear: 62 in. Height 69.8 in. Width 78.6 in. Length 194.5 in. Curb Weight 4284 lbs. Axle Ratio 4.25:1 Towing Capacity 1500 lbs. GVWR Ground Clearance Payload Trunk Capacity Safety Features Alarm System Standard Child Locks Standard Child Seat Anchor Not Available Engine Blocking Standard Front Brakes ABS, Disc Rear Brakes ABS, Disc Driver Side Airbag Yes Passenger Side Airbag Yes Head Protection Airbag Yes Rear Protection Airbag No Side Impact Airbag Yes Crash Test Ratings Rating - Front Driver 5 Rating - Front Passenger 4 Rating - Front Side 5 Rating - Rear Side 5 Rating - Rollover 4

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