For the Honda Pilot's 2019 mid-cycle refresh there are revised goodies both inside and out. Changes were made to both interior and exterior as well as some interesting tech and safety additions. Do any of these make what was already a good mid-sized SUV even better? Take a video tour with Kelley Blue Book's Micah Muzio to find out.

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    • Sunny Gogna
      Sunny Gogna

      Does the Elite model has a 4Wd button.

      about 4 days ago
    • clo289
      clo289

      Very spacious in the 3rd row. Definitely fit some asians comfortably.

      about 28 days ago
    • John sena
      John sena

      Lakewood city , California

      about 1 month ago
    • Peter P
      Peter P

      the most funny thing is that they drive the second gen pilot

      about 1 month ago
    • Leland Kim
      Leland Kim

      Micah, you are by far the best vehicle reviewer on YouTube. Very engaging, entertaining, and informative with humor and silliness sprinkled throughout the video. And great shooting and editing by your behind-the-camera team. In a world where most auto review videos look like something produced by the DMV, your videos stand out (in a good way). Fantastic job!

      about 1 month ago
    • Shabunda
      Shabunda

      this video was nice and all but the music is bumpin

      about 1 month ago
    • Eugene Brana
      Eugene Brana

      This SUV makes a horrible noise in uneven pavement. Honda says that this is normal. Doesn't worth the price.

      about 2 months ago
    • arhams gaming
      arhams gaming

      is it turbo?

      about 2 months ago
    • Adam Nevis
      Adam Nevis

      Good job on this video!👍

      about 2 months ago
    • joebo900
      joebo900

      This is so much better than the new top gear

      about 2 months ago
    • Mekhti Mustafaev
      Mekhti Mustafaev

      Incredibly ugly car.

      about 2 months ago
    • Claudio Di Gio
      Claudio Di Gio

      A U.S. law firm of Hagens
      Berman Sobol Shapiro are preparing the Class action lawsuit against Honda for
      their defective Infotainment system on the 2018-19 Odyssey abd 2019 Pilot. If
      you go to their website they will give you more info. I emailed yesterday and
      they contacted me this morning. Good luck. They just posted a video on Youtube.
      Here is the link: https://youtu.be/Wx6uiQpxHCk

      about 2 months ago
    • PHO NOODLES
      PHO NOODLES

      so odyssey or pilot?

      about 2 months ago
    • Musicmann1022
      Musicmann1022

      A good friend has the 2015 Pilot with 250,000 miles. He changed the timing belt of course. No major problems. He drove 290 miles for work site visit last friday.

      about 2 months ago
    • Hannah Hutter
      Hannah Hutter

      Great review! Thanks!

      about 2 months ago
    • Winston Del
      Winston Del

      Love your reviews. BUT, why does the Pilot look like a giant CR-V ? As a matter of fact, why do so manufacturers clone their designs? It's frustrating. The new Cadillac XT4 is just a Ford Edge. Just like the GMC Terrain copies the Chevy Equinox. Design is dead.

      about 3 months ago
    • Nabam Dennis
      Nabam Dennis

      In our country anything bigger than 4.5 meter and 190mm ground clearance considered full Size SUV. I Just wonder what our government will call to lincoln Navigator and Escalade, luxury mini bus?

      about 3 months ago
    • Nabam Dennis
      Nabam Dennis

      1:36 creative way to display seating practicality. Really good

      about 3 months ago
    • Warren Ibbotson
      Warren Ibbotson

      From the reviews I've seen! Your transmission is garbage!

      about 3 months ago
    • Miguel Jimenez
      Miguel Jimenez

      Wonderful review KBB keep up the good work, I bought my 2019 Pilot Elite on August and I love it so much I already put 7,000 miles I would not trade it for anything else...

      about 3 months ago
    • Mustafa Drieza Taguid-id
      Mustafa Drieza Taguid-id

      Best review so far. detailed and informative!

      about 3 months ago
    • El Torito
      El Torito

      The only complaint my teen kids had of this vehicle was the wheel well obstructing their foot placement in the 3rd row seat. However, no mention was made of it in this video. We have yet to make a decision between the Pilot or the Ascent. Has anyone else run in to this issue? Or is this a non-issue with the Pilot and shouldn't be considered in the decision process?

      about 3 months ago
    • nxthero
      nxthero

      It doesn’t look like a whole new for me. More like a 2012 model.

      about 3 months ago
    • 2016 Honda Pilot Elite
      2016 Honda Pilot Elite

      I am an owner of a 2016 Elite. 4 times in the shop since new for fuel injectors. Apparently this is a major issue and Honda can figure it out. Injectors from Japan are back ordered because so many of them are failing..

      https://www.piloteers.org/forums/122-new-member-introductions/144353-2016-pilot-fuel-injector-issue.html

      about 4 months ago
    • Mark Soldiers
      Mark Soldiers

      I gave up after two minutes; I wanted to know how the vehicle handled driving on the road and off the road.

      about 4 months ago
    • Robert Jarrell
      Robert Jarrell

      No trailer hitch

      about 4 months ago
    • modelwannabe2
      modelwannabe2

      *Awesome features and mid-sized SUV for me, not too big nor too small. Great to haul in school stuff, projects and whatnot. Mom's Odyssey is also a great mini-van to have :- )*

      about 4 months ago
    • Kanti123
      Kanti123

      only Touring and Elite have LED head lights

      about 4 months ago
    • Panos DX
      Panos DX

      As an owner of a 2008, 2012 and 2017 Pilots (the latter I sold within 7 months bc of driver's seat) these are my major complaints of the 2016-2019 iteration:
      1) Removal of regular center armrest. A toothpick that comes down us NOT an armrest. ( I noticed 2019 has widened tip but still not an armrest).
      2) Removal of volume control, remedied in 2019.
      3) in 2019 removal of right mirror camera. To people like me with neck fusion it was a great convenience. I don't get its removal for a 3 light warning.
      4) Main reason I sold my 2017 touring, which was a great vehicle overall very reliable except tire pressure sensors, the driver seat back is 6 inches too short (even comparing to 2012 model) and the headrest is fixed forth and aft and useless. Notice Micah's shoulder well above the driver's back seat higher horizontal end-line. With my fused neck and been 6.2 with no headrest support driving for more than 30 minutes was unbearable. My current 2018 Audi Q7 is perfect, high driver's seat back, very adjustable headrest. Even my much smaller '18 Q5 with warm weather package/sport seats has 6 inches higher driver's seat back and multi-adjustable headrest. Ergonomic perfection even for fused necks. Honda designers after 2015 lost their edge. Attention to detail and ergonomics (that made Honda popular in the '90's are gone. None existent. As if everyone has the perfect anatomy. Very dissapointed in u Honda and I wanted the new Passport but I noticed it has the same driver's seat as the Pilot.

      about 4 months ago
    • TheFixitGuy65
      TheFixitGuy65

      To each his/her own. I have a 2018 Ridgeline with the infotainment system without the knob. Everyone complains about this for some reason. I just use the controls on the steering column 100% of the time while driving to change the station and sound as well as cycle through the display. This was a waste of time for Honda to address such a trivial complaint. Now the head unit looks jacked with this 1 protruding button sticking out.

      about 4 months ago