Introducing the 2020 Honda Pilot to Burleson Drivers

Up to seven passengers can come along for the ride in the 2020 Honda Pilot, a full-size SUV that offers an abundance of power and convenience in one stylish package. The Pilot has eight trim levels with 14 total configurations, giving Burleson drivers a varied choice of features that let you tailor the SUV to suit your daily driving needs.

Performance

All new Honda Pilot trim levels share the same engine, a powerful 3.5-liter V6 that runs on gasoline and offers up to 280 horsepower. The lower trims offer a six-speed automatic transmission with overdrive, increasing to a nine-speed automatic with overdrive and auto-manual in the upper trim levels. Each trim level comes with front wheel drive as standard, offering an optional all-wheel drive, with the exception of the Elite and Black Edition trims, which only come with all-wheel drive.

Exterior

The exterior of the Pilot focuses on aerodynamic efficiency, with smooth lines offering gradual curves along its length. The front grille is edged in chrome for maximum contrast, balanced by two LED headlights that feature automatic high beams. For added stability when cornering, the wheels measure 20 inches in diameter and feature a striking alloy hubcap design. The rear of the vehicle has a spoiler located above the window and a discretely placed exhaust pipe. The LX trim level offers a choice of four exterior paint colors, rising to seven colors in the EX and eight in the EX-L and above. The Honda Pilot Black Edition comes solely in the Crystal Black Pearl paint finish, right down to the hubcaps, roof rack, and door handles.

Interior

The Pilot's interior is expertly organized to make maximum use of space, offering variable seating options that accommodate up to eight. The second row matches the captain's style seating of the front row, with an alternate bench-style seat that can be removed to allow easy passage to the third row. The front seats offer both heating and cooling options to stay comfortable in any kind of weather in Arlington, TX. Durable cloth seating comes standard, although an optional leather package is also available for certain trims. A power moonroof lets in additional light and improves viewing options for all three rows. Passengers in every row have access to climate controls. The cargo area holds up to 16 cubic feet of items, extending to a full 109 cubic feet when laying down the seats. A power tailgate keeps things convenient by opening with a simple swipe of the foot underneath the rear of the vehicle.

Technology

An in-car PA system is a highlight of the Pilot's technology features. Contact passengers via the speaker system or speak directly into their headphones as an alternate option as you cruise through Fort Worth. A thoughtfully placed wireless charging station keeps all electronics ready to perform. An available entertainment package includes a drop-down viewing screen that can stream entertainment for rear passengers. Integrate your iPhone using Apple CarPlay to access your apps and music playlists via the touchscreen. Android Auto options are also available. An available navigation system from Honda keeps drivers on the right road with easy to follow instructions, voice recognition, and a 3-D display on the central touchscreen. Opt for activation of the Wi-Fi hotspot so all passengers can stream individual entertainment or information options.

Safety

Convenient safety features in the Pilot center around assisting the driver with maneuvering in traffic. Proximity alerts, blind spot monitoring, and cross-traffic alarms keep drivers apprised of any unseen obstacles on the roads of Mansfield, TX and beyond. When in reverse, a multi-angle camera displays the area on the touchscreen, including a parking overlay so drivers can navigate to a pinpointed location. Several driving modes improve safety by tailoring the vehicle's traction system appropriately for the driving conditions, such as Snow, Mud, Sand, or Normal surfaces. The body design of the Pilot has specific engineering to absorb the energy from a crash and direct it away from the occupants.

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