Few drivers choose an SUV based just on the engine though, and in addition to the Pilot’s eight-person seating, it has features like these that put people behind the wheel:
Advanced Tech: Each Pilot comes with advanced tech features that include a multi-view rear camera (with guidelines) and Bluetooth HandsFreeLink as standard.
Available All-Wheel Drive: Every trim of the Pilot can be had with all-wheel drive—in fact, the top-of-the-line Elite trim comes standard with it. Real Time All-Wheel Drive senses when the Pilot loses traction and redirects torque as needed.
Upgrades: The LX trim of the Pilot is one of the best-equipped SUVs on the road, and with five different trims of upgrades and features like a rear DVD entertainment system, there’s something for everyone.
Underneath its head-turning good looks, the Pilot sports Honda’s Advanced Compatibility Engineering (ACE) body structure for added safety. The available Honda Sensing suite of safety features has helped the Pilot earn a 2016 Top Safety Pick+ rating from the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety (IIHS), too.
Fill up all eight seats with family and friends or fold down the second or third row to take the kids off to college or bring that new couch home.
Honda includes enough options to customize the CR-V to the needs of practically any driver, including:
Trim Levels: The CR-V has five trims to choose from. The basic LX is well-equipped and competitive on its own, and they only get better as you climb up to the Special Edition, EX, EX-L, and Touring trims.
Honda Sensing: The new Honda Sensing safety suite can be found on Touring trim levels, and such models have earned a 2016 Top Safety Pick+ award from the IIHS, just like the Pilot.
Upgrades: The well-equipped base trim is just the start. The CR-V has classic luxury amenities like leather upholstery and heated front seating available as well as modern conveniences like satellite-linked navigation.