2018 Honda Pilot Redesign – The Honda pilot has been long overdue to do a complete redo, and Honda gave it a much-needed makeover at the year 2016. With the redesign of the still fresh, we hope Honda will leave U.S. Pilot at least for a few years. We anticipate the 2018 model will have little, if any, change compared to the current model. Because we are expecting it to be a carryover, don’t expect any change is shown in the display or feels. Expect the Honda Pilot to continue to come up with a standard 18 inches wheels at the beginner level, tilt and telescoping steering wheel, cruise control, audio system display 5 inches with seven speakers, rear view mirror, camera and much more.
For buyers who expect the best and get the latest reports, the report indicates the current 2018 Honda Pilot will undergo the first major update to the model year 2019.
2018 Honda Pilot Engine
Expect powertrain to continue without change from the 3.5 liter V6 currently producing 280 horsepower and 262 pounds-feet of torque. Front-wheel drive will continue to be the standard, with all-wheel drive as an option that is available. The task of the transition currently in the 2018 Honda Pilot handled with automatic transmission standard or automatic acceleration of six nine-speed optional.
2018 Honda Pilot Safety
Safety is not an issue for Honda Pilot at this time, and no changes are expected, we anticipate the determination of IIHS Top Safety Pick + that will be forwarded. Keep in mind that to get this rating, you must add the optional Honda Sensing package, which includes the necessary collision warning, automatic emergency braking and much more. Without this, the Honda Pilot still is a Top Safety Pick.
2018 Honda Pilot Release Date and Price
Although the official price is still a long way to 2018 Honda Pilot, we do not anticipate a large increase compared to the current model, which ranges from $47,970 to $31,495 (including destination charges). At this price point, the Honda Pilot is competing with the Ford Explorer ($32,605 up $54,180), Toyota Highlander ($31.570 up $47,200), and Dodge Durango ($31,785 up $45,790).
While the official release date for 2018 Honda Pilot is not yet available, we anticipate his return around the middle to the end of 2018. Look forward to the latest information when available.