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With so many crossovers to choose from nowadays, buyers looking for a 3-row family vehicle have an even tougher decision to make. Thankfully for Honda, the latest Pilot benefits from the same updates we like from the latest Accord and Odyssey. Throw in a silky smooth and rev happy 280 HP V6, plenty of interior room for up to 8 people, and standard safety features like Honda Sensing for all trims and what you have is one of the most practical family SUV's in the segment. While some competitors do offer better handling and even more tech at a slightly lower price, its hard to beat the strong combination of reliability, quality, and practicality that Honda continues to offer for 2019.

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    • P Wisc
      P Wisc

      Ok as soon as I saw the incandescent lights I stopped watching the video. Why in the world still incorporating those super ugly, inefficient incandescent lights? And it’s even worse when the vehicle has such high tech headlights system and they put those ugly and barely noticeable lights bulbs. Why is it too hard to go fully LED? So frustrating

      about 1 day ago
    • CrankShaft
      CrankShaft

      Ugly, might as well get a minivan. Looks just like the odyssey

      about 1 day ago
    • Bill Geiger
      Bill Geiger

      You answered my question . .......

      about 4 days ago
    • Bill Geiger
      Bill Geiger

      Does HONDA offer Surround Vision

      about 4 days ago
    • John Train
      John Train

      Honda cars and Toyota trucks/SUVs are the best

      about 5 days ago
    • world peace
      world peace

      Hey Honda. How about to give an option of Nooo third row but a large comfy reclining back seat with ottoman. Ability to combine both back seats to turn it into sleeping bed setup.

      about 7 days ago
    • mwinner101
      mwinner101

      Excellent review and video. 👍

      about 7 days ago
    • langland
      langland

      The laugh makes this so weird.

      about 8 days ago
    • Amie Lawson
      Amie Lawson

      I am not understanding all the people saying SUVs look like minivans. Are we looking at the same vehicles?

      about 15 days ago
    • Rey Andrew Ruelos
      Rey Andrew Ruelos

      Hello Sofyan! How about a review on the Chev Blazer 2019? Really waiting for you to review & test it.

      about 15 days ago
    • Bruce Jorgens
      Bruce Jorgens

      At the beginning of the review, the lights are all flashing very fast like a cop car. Was that sped up footage of the normal hazard flashers, a special lighting package or can the stock Pilot do that?

      about 25 days ago
    • Susan Smith
      Susan Smith

      I recently bought a 2019. Overall, I think it is a good car. I like the ride, handling and it is my second Pilot. Three disappointments I’d like to point out. First, with the newer engine design Honda stayed with a timing belt/interference engine. For those of you who lease this means nothing. For those who purchase it means shelling out about $1200 dollars to have the timing belt and water pump replaced every 100k miles. Secondly, not so much in this video but in others on utube - there are buttons on each side of the second row seats. Push one of these buttons and the seat flies forward to enable easy access to the third row. On mine the seat only moves forward a few inches. A Honda tech at my dealer said there was nothing he could do about it. This was confirmed by the service manager who stated “I understand this is a real disappointment, but they are coming out of the factory this way”. Yea, it’s a disappointment. Honda can put every high tech feature available on a car but can’t make a seat move forward like it was designed? Go figure. Thirdly, I purchased the EX-L model. Don’t know about the others but Honda put 4 low end tires on this model - Bridgestone Dueler H/P Sport that are rated by the mfg for only 40k. This means you can plan on replacing them around 25k. I have had them before and I know they don’t last. So, there goes the best part of another $1000 down the drain. Hey, these things may not mean much to affluent west coast buyers. But, it might to a lot of buyers in the rest of the US. In truth, Honda is no different now than many other car manufactures trying to sell new cars at more profit with tires just good enough to get the car off the lot. It’s just that you expect better from Honda.

      about 25 days ago
    • Sherie Vaughn
      Sherie Vaughn

      Please do your homework. After looking at All specs for the 2019 Honda Pilot Elite, the Toyota Highlander and the Audi Q7 and test driving All of them, the Honda gives the best bang for your buck. Toyota’s interior technology, ie navigation and such is at least 5 or 6 years out of date and although the Honda and Audi are equivalent in most aspects, the Audi can be up to $12,000 more.

      about 26 days ago
    • tennwhitetrash
      tennwhitetrash

      How is this one compared to the 2019 Volkswagen Atlas SEL-P as far as comfort?

      about 27 days ago
    • George Ibrahim
      George Ibrahim

      i would buy the 2019 toyota rav4

      about 29 days ago
    • AiGalaxyS
      AiGalaxyS

      That shadow on 3:00 though, he's looking for a fight? lol

      about 1 month ago
    • AiGalaxyS
      AiGalaxyS

      Love Honda, but still using old school halogen bulbs in 2019? really Honda?

      about 1 month ago
    • Tom Thai
      Tom Thai

      Can't even hear clear even volume all up

      about 1 month ago
    • Martin Widmer
      Martin Widmer

      Sorry but you speak so fast that makes me uncomfortable to listen... have to stop.

      about 1 month ago
    • Z31Rider
      Z31Rider

      Due all new Pilots have start/stop feature?

      about 1 month ago
    • Rescue Team 1500
      Rescue Team 1500 In reply to Z31Rider

      No, only the top 2 trims, Touring and Elite, which feature the 9-speed transmission (and push button great selection).

      about 27 days ago
    • Vadim M
      Vadim M

      VTEC!!!!!

      about 1 month ago
    • Nthern Star
      Nthern Star

      Looks like a van

      about 1 month ago
    • Dave Hayter
      Dave Hayter

      Super entertaining! Love it!

      about 1 month ago
    • jesus lopez
      jesus lopez

      I’m wonder what this guy likes about this Honda?

      about 1 month ago
    • XnX KNSE
      XnX KNSE

      This is a rebadged Subaru Ascent

      about 1 month ago
    • Glenn Tuazon
      Glenn Tuazon

      good review. Just slightly annoyed by the sun glare during the interior review.

      about 1 month ago
    • hirowazunaga
      hirowazunaga

      I wanna know anyone who knows someone who will take their honda ( any model) offroading.

      about 1 month ago
    • Alex Estrella
      Alex Estrella

      Great car we had a 2012 boxy version. We got into a roll over and it saved our lives. Anyway, I didn’t get the new model because it looks like a lifted mini van. The front grill does make it look better. But it’s still a lifted mini van at the end of the day.

      about 1 month ago
    • Joseph Crowe's DIY Speaker Building
      Joseph Crowe's DIY Speaker Building

      Binoural sound and a lens shade. Other than that good production quality.

      about 1 month ago
    • Vic Wiseman
      Vic Wiseman

      Owners will never take the car here?! What’s wrong with you? Some people will take it down a rutted our dirt road! Death Valley would be awesome with this car!

      about 1 month ago