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2009 Honda Pilot - Review

 

Boxy urban utility vehicles have a strong following in many Asian countries, and have been around for many years. The theme is slowly beginning to catch on in the U.S. and Europe - Scion’s xB has made some inroads, the Ford Flex appears to be floundering and Nissan’s upcoming Cube hopes to expand the field further - but to date most of the entries have all been relatively small in size. Honda’s Pilot, while sharing a lot in terms of looks, is an order of magnitude larger, both inside and out. Whether that helps place it in a different and more broadly acceptable category or dooms it to outcast status is a question for some debate.

At first glance the 2009 Pilot is nothing new or groundbreaking, but a closer examination reveals some interesting traits. Its basic form is of two rectangular boxes stacked neatly, like a child’s vision of a school bus. Some chamfered edges and a very bulky grille give the Pilot a modern look, but the shape is decidedly uninspired....
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Specs: Select a Trim

Style MSRP Invoice MPG City MPG Hwy
2WD 4-Door (4)
EX Specs $30,495 $27,631 17 23
LX Specs $27,695 $25,101 17 23
w/Navi Touring Specs $36,895 $33,414 17 23
w/RES & Navi Touring Specs $38,495 $34,860 17 23
2WD 4-Door EX-L (2)
2WD 4-Door EX-L Specs $33,695 $30,522 17 23
w/RES Specs $35,295 $31,968 17 23
4WD 4-Door (4)
EX Specs $32,095 $29,077 16 22
EX-L Specs $35,295 $31,968 16 22
LX Specs $29,295 $26,546 16 22
w/Navi Touring Specs $38,495 $34,860 16 22
4WD 4-Door w/RES (2)
& Navi Touring Specs $40,095 $36,306 16 22
EX-L Specs $36,895 $33,414 16 22
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