What is the Towing Capacity of the Honda Pilot?
For drivers looking for a stylish and comfortable mid-size SUV that’s tough enough to handle a towing job, the 2018 Honda Pilot is the one to consider. It’s versatile enough to handle smaller tows or larger hauls. The towing capacity will vary depending on whether 2WD or AWD is right for you, with the AWD version better equipped to handle heavier loads.
2WD – 3,000 lbs.
AWD – 5,000 lbs.
Towing Capacity: 2WD
As the standard, the 2018 Honda Pilot comes equipped with a 2WD configuration that can tow up to 3,500 lbs. That’s enough capacity to handle smaller or lightweight trailers, jet skis, dirt bikes, and even smaller boats. It’s unsafe to try to tow a load that exceeds your vehicle’s capacity, but 3,500 lbs. is more than enough for many drivers.
Towing Capacity: AWD
For drivers who need to tow more cargo or heavier items, the Pilot comes with available AWD that will increase its towing capacity from 3,500 lbs. to 5,000 lbs. If you need to tow large campers, an RV, a boat, or similar item, you’ll want to consider upgrading to an AWD configuration.
Honda Pilot Features
The Honda Pilot is as stylish and comfortable as it is powerful and and versatile. U.S. News & World Report notes that the Pilot “delivers a pleasant ride, plenty of horsepower, and generous passenger and cargo space.” In fact, the Pilot leads its class in passenger and cargo space, leaving enough head and legroom for even tall adults in the rear seats to sit comfortably in. And with a long list of features that bolster comfort, provide conveniences, and let everyone stay connected, the Pilot makes day-to-day life on the road much easier.
Test Drive Today
Learn more about the 2018 Honda Pilot by contacting us or by visiting your nearest Tri-State Honda Dealer. Explore current offers and leasing specials, and sit behind the wheel with a test drive today!