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Honda Pilot
2023 Honda Pilot Touring (US)
Model years2003–present
Body and chassis
ClassMid-size crossover SUV[1][2]
Body style5-door SUV

The Honda Pilot is a mid-size crossover SUV with three-row seating manufactured by Honda since 2002.[3] Primarily aimed at the North American market, the Pilot is the largest SUV produced by Honda. Pilots are currently manufactured in Lincoln, Alabama, and the Pilot was produced in Alliston, Ontario until April 2007. The first generation Pilot was released in April 2002 as a 2003 model.[4]

The Pilot shares its platform with the Acura MDX, as well as the North American market Odyssey minivan. The Pilot's unibody construction and independent suspension are designed to provide handling similar to that of a car, and it has integrated perimeter frame rails to permit towing and light off-road use.

Prior to the introduction of the Pilot, Honda marketed the compact crossover CR-V and the Honda Passport (a rebadged Isuzu Rodeo). The Honda Passport that was sold between 1993 and 2002 was a truck-based design. The Pilot is Honda's largest SUV, although the 2010 Crosstour surpassed the Pilot in length.[5] The Pilot is now currently in its fourth generation, with multiple design changes occurring from getting bigger and resembling a truck to downsizing and becoming sleeker to now a slight mix of both.

The Pilot is sold in North America and the Middle East, while the Honda MDX (first generation Acura MDX) was marketed in Japan and Australia for several years. The second-generation Pilot was also sold in Russia, Ukraine, South Korea, Latin America, and the Philippines.[4]

First generation (YF1/2; 2002)[edit]

First generation
2003–2005 Honda Pilot
Model codeYF1/2
Also calledHonda MR-V (Middle East)
ProductionApril 2002 – April 2008
Model years2003–2008
DesignerRicky Hsu (1999)
Body and chassis
Engine3.5 L J35A4 V6
Transmission5-speed automatic
Wheelbase106.3 in (2,700 mm)
Length188.0 in (4,775 mm)
  • 2003–05: 77.3 in (1,963 mm)
  • 2003–05 LX: 76.3 in (1,938 mm)
  • 2006–08: 77.5 in (1,968 mm)
  • 2003–05: 71.7 in (1,821 mm)
  • 2003–05: 70.6 in (1,793 mm)
  • 2006–08 2WD LX: 70.1 in (1,781 mm)
  • 2006–08 4WD LX: 70.4 in (1,788 mm)
  • 2006–08 2WD EX/EX-L: 71.3 in (1,811 mm)
  • 2006–08 4WD EX/EX-L: 71.7 in (1,821 mm)


Rear view

The 2003-2004 Pilots featured the J35A4 engine, an all-aluminum 3.5L V6 SOHC with VTEC, producing 240 hp (179 kW) and 242 lb⋅ft (328 N⋅m) of torque.

The 2005 Pilot received a new engine, the J35A6, which added drive-by-wire throttle and produced 255 hp (190 kW) and 250 lb⋅ft (339 N⋅m) of torque. Other changes included the transmission with revised 4th and 5th gear ratios providing a smoother transition between gears, along with a new fuel tank design, increasing the Pilot's driving range by over 40 mi (64 km).[6] All Pilots from 2003-2005 feature VTM-4, Honda's four-wheel drive system.

The Pilot received more updates starting with the 2006 model year, engines were either the J35Z1 (FWD) or the J35A9 (4WD). Both engines were rated at 244 hp (182 kW) and 240 lb⋅ft (325 N⋅m) of torque; the power reduction is because Honda used the updated SAE net power standard. This was the first time 4WD was not standard on the Pilot.

The new FWD models featured Honda's Variable Cylinder Management (VCM) system, which can deactivate up to three cylinders under light load to increase fuel economy, to help control noise from the system Honda added Active Control Engine Mount System (ACM) and Active Noise Cancellation (ANC). Further, this version of the J35 featured updated iVTEC and the automatic transmission a shorter 1st gear ratio. With powertrain updates and the lack of VTM-4 the FWD version had improved fuel economy of 18-city/24-highway, an increase of +1/+2 mpg versus the 4WD.

All Pilots from this generation feature a 5-speed automatic transmission. The Pilot has front struts with a coil-spring, multilink rear suspension for a flat rear load floor. The front track is 66.3 in (1,684 mm) and 66.5 in (1,689 mm) at the rear. The Pilot has a 4,500 lb (2,041 kg) boat/3,500 lb (1,588 kg) trailer towing capability with the optional dealer-installed towing package.

Pilots with Honda's Variable Torque Management 4WD system (VTM-4) sent most power to the front wheels under normal driving conditions. Under acceleration or if wheel slippage is detected at the front wheels, up to 50% of power can be sent to the rear wheels. The system also features a VTM-4 lock button on the dashboard which locks the rear differential and sends 25% of the power to each rear wheel. However, the VTM-4 lock function only operates in first gear, second gear and reverse, and automatically disengages above 18 mph (29 km/h), then re-engages when the speed drops below 18 mph (29 km/h).


Design of the Pilot was by Honda's Ricky Hsu through 1999, when styling was approved. The Pilot can accommodate eight passengers in three rows configured as stadium seating as a standard feature. The third row can seat three, but the limited legroom makes it suitable only for small children or adults on short trips. Similar to the Honda Odyssey, the rear seats can be folded into flat surfaces for larger cargo. Options include a DVD entertainment system or a navigation system for EX-L models, but both cannot be installed simultaneously on the same car.[7][8]

Other features include ABS-equipped four-wheel disc brakes, rack-and-pinion steering, four-wheel independent suspension, and 282° of outward visibility.

2004 changes[edit]

For the 2004 model year, Honda increased adjustability on second-row seats and added heated front seats and side mirrors to EX-L models.[9]

2005 changes[edit]

For the 2005 model year, Honda added tire pressure monitoring, electronic stability control, revised steering, and upgraded the airbags.

2006 facelift[edit]

2008 Honda Pilot EX

Honda revised the Pilot for the 2006 model year in October 2005. Changes to the exterior included a new fascia with a different grille insert and halogen projector headlights, and tail lights with clear lenses. The EX trim level received redesigned wheels, and the original EX wheels were now found on the LX trim. For the first time, body colored door handles are introduced to the Pilot on the EX trim, and a powered moonroof is introduced to the Pilot on the EX-L trim. On the inside, side airbags were provided in the C pillar, the gauge cluster was updated and the center console featured chrome trim and redesigned storage compartments and cup holders. For the 2006 model year, Honda added Variable Cylinder Management to the two-wheel-drive models. This VCM tech proved to be problematic in some cases, which led to a class action lawsuit for Honda Motor Co.[10]

2007 changes[edit]

For the 2007 model year, Honda added Nimbus Gray Metallic, Dark Cherry Pearl, Aberdeen Green Metallic, and Formal Black as four new colors to all models.

2008 changes[edit]

For the last model year of the generation Honda added two new trims. The VP (Value Package) replaces the LX as base trim and SE (special edition) goes in between the EX and EX-L trim.

Second generation (YF3/4; 2008)[edit]

Second generation
2011 Honda Pilot LX
Model codeYF3/4
ProductionApril 2008 – May 2015
Model years2009–2015
AssemblyUnited States: Lincoln, Alabama (HMA)
DesignerYoung Choi (2006)
Body and chassis
Engine3.5 L J35Z4 V6
Transmission5-speed automatic
Wheelbase109.2 in (2,774 mm)
  • 2009–11: 190.9 in (4,849 mm)
  • 2012–15: 191.4 in (4,862 mm)
Width78.5 in (1,994 mm)
  • 2009–11: 72.7 in (1,847 mm)
  • 2012–15: 71.0 in (1,803 mm)
Rear view

The larger second generation Pilot was unveiled as a prototype in January 2008 at the North American International Auto Show. Assembled at Honda Manufacturing of Alabama in Lincoln, Alabama, it was offered in five trims; LX, EX, EX-L, Touring and SE (2015 only).[11] All second generation Pilots used a new J35Z4 3.5-liter V6 i-VTEC engine producing 250 hp (186 kW; 253 PS) SAE net at 5700 rpm and 253 lb⋅ft (343 N⋅m) of torque at 4800 rpm.[12] EPA fuel economy is rated at 17 mpg‑US (14 L/100 km) city /23 mpg‑US (10 L/100 km) highway with front-wheel-drive and 16 mpg city / 22 mpg highway for all-wheel-drive. Competing with the Toyota 4Runner, it became popular for its truck-like look, which was designed with influences from GM's full-size Chevrolet Tahoe/GMC Yukon. However it was downsized for better fuel efficiency in the third generation.

Both drivetrains were equipped with five-speed automatics. The second generation's wheelbase is 109.2 in (2,774 mm), with a length of 190.9 in (4,849 mm), a width of 78.5 in (1,994 mm), a height of 72.7 in (1,847 mm) and interior space of 153.7 cu ft (4.35 m3). The redesigned headlights lost the previous generation's halogen projectors and return to standard halogen reflectors. Features included new two-position memory settings for the driver's seat, a new power tailgate, and the gear shift was relocated from the steering column to the center console between the front seats. The Touring trim included special "Touring" badging on the right side of the back door, a 120-volt power outlet, and a satellite-linked Honda navigation system.

2011 changes[edit]

The 2011 model year had minimal changes. The voice-activated navigation system which was previously exclusive to the Touring trim became available on the EX-L trim and rear entertainment system became standard equipment on the Touring trim.[13]

2012 facelift[edit]

2012 Honda Pilot EX

The 2012 model year introduced a redesigned front fascia, new alloy wheels, and updates to the interior along with changes to the bumper.[14]

2013 changes[edit]

The 2013 model year included a standard rearview backup camera, i-MID central dashboard 8-inch LCD screen, USB connector, Bluetooth hands-free calling and wireless audio streaming, and tri-zone climate control.

2015 changes[edit]

The SE (special edition) trim was added which came standard with a power moonroof, satellite radio, LED headlights(on Touring models), and rear seat entertainment system.[15]


The Pilot uses Honda's Advanced Compatibility Engineering front bracket. For the 2013 model year a rearview backup camera was made standard. The Insurance Institute for Highway Safety (IIHS) found the Honda Pilot's driver death rate of 2 deaths per million registered among the ten lowest released in their report[16][17]

IIHS crash test scores:[18][19]
Moderate overlap frontal offset Good
Small overlap frontal offset Poor*
Side impact Good
Roof strength Marginal (2009-11 models)
Roof strength Good (2012 models)

*vehicle structure also rated "Poor"

NHTSA 2011 Pilot:[20][21]
Frontal Driver:
Frontal Passenger:
Side Driver:
Side Passenger:
Side Pole Driver:
Rollover FWD: / 17.4%
Rollover AWD: / 16.4%
Because of more stringent tests, 2011 and newer model ratings are not comparable to pre–2011 ratings.

Third generation (YF5/6; 2015)[edit]

Third generation
Model codeYF5/6
ProductionMay 2015 – December 2022
Model years2016–2022
AssemblyUnited States: Lincoln, Alabama (HMA)
DesignerBen Davidson, Bill Yex[22]
Body and chassis
PlatformGlobal Light Truck Platform 2 (GLTP2)[23]
Engine3.5 L J35Y6 V6
  • 6-speed Honda H6 automatic (2016–2020)
  • 9-speed ZF 9HP automatic (optional in 2016–2020, standard for 2021–2022)
Wheelbase111.0 in (2,819 mm)
Length196.5 in (4,991 mm)
Width78.6 in (1,996 mm)
Height2016-2018: 69.8 in (1,773 mm)
2019-2022: 70.7 in (1,796 mm)
Curb weight
  • 4,054–4,140 lb (1,839–1,878 kg) (FWD)
  • 4,220–4,317 lb (1,914–1,958 kg) (AWD)
Rear view (pre-facelift)

The third-generation 2016 Pilot debuted at the Chicago Auto Show in February 2015, and production began in May. It was made available for sale in June.

The exterior is sleeker in appearance compared to its boxier predecessor with a 10 percent reduction in drag area. Added to the exterior are standard LED brake and tail lights, LED daytime running lights (DRLs) on EX trims and above, and LED headlamps with automatic high-low beam switching the on new Elite model with special "Elite" badging. The Elite trim level also gained features that were new to the Pilot, including ventilated front seats, heated rear captain's chairs which reduced the seating capacity to seven from eight, and a panoramic roof. Alloy wheels became standard.

Newly available safety features include Honda's LaneWatch passenger-side mirror camera or Blind Spot Information (BSI) and rear Cross Traffic Monitor.[25] Additional options, including Forward Collision Warning (FCW) with Collision Mitigation Braking System (CMBS), Lane Departure Warning (LDW) with Lane Keeping Assist System (LKAS) and Road Departure Mitigation (RDM), and Adaptive Cruise Control (ACC) are available as part of the Honda Sensing suite. A tri-angle backup camera is standard with dynamic guidelines optional.

The revised 3.5-liter V6 engine has direct-injection and a start-stop system (on the Touring and Elite trims) with improved power at 280 hp (209 kW; 284 PS), a 6-speed automatic is standard on the LX, EX, and EX-L trims while a ZF 9-speed automatic is standard on the Touring and Elite trims. With all-wheel drive models the amount of engine torque sent to each rear wheel is variable. EPA-estimated fuel economy is improved with front-wheel drive (FWD) 6-speed models registering 19 mpg‑US (12 L/100 km)/27 mpg‑US (8.7 L/100 km)/22 mpg‑US (11 L/100 km), and all-wheel drive (AWD) models registering 18 mpg‑US (13 L/100 km)/26 mpg‑US (9.0 L/100 km)/21 mpg‑US (11 L/100 km) (city/highway/combined). 9-speed models see fuel economy of 20 mpg‑US (12 L/100 km)/27 mpg‑US (8.7 L/100 km)/23 mpg‑US (10 L/100 km) mpg in FWD configuration and 19 mpg‑US (12 L/100 km)/26 mpg‑US (9.0 L/100 km)/22 mpg‑US (11 L/100 km) (city/highway/combined) in AWD configuration.[26]

Though overall dimensions are smaller, the interior becomes more spacious modelled after the Odyssey, and weight is down approximately 300 lb (140 kg) with noise, vibration, and harshness (NVH) reduced. Structurally 21.3% of the Pilot's body is composed of 980, 1300 and 1,500 MPa ultra-high-strength steels, 5% is from aluminum or magnesium, an additional 34.5% is 270 MPa mild strength steel used in areas to minimize repair costs.[27][28]

2017 changes[edit]

For the 2017 model year, Apple CarPlay and Android Auto were added to all trims except for the base LX trim.[29]

2019 facelift[edit]

2019 Honda Pilot (facelift, US)

For the 2019 model year, Honda has refreshed the Pilot inside and out. The powertrain for the Pilot has remained unchanged, but Honda did revise the nine-speed transmission and start-stop system that are only found on the Touring and Elite trims. The exterior now featured new bumpers, grille, wheels, standard LED headlights, and revised tail lights. A hands-free tailgate is now available. In the interior, the gauge cluster is replaced with a new one, similar to the one found on the Odyssey. The infotainment system is updated with the latest HondaLink software and it also features the CabinControl app (also found in the Odyssey). 4G LTE hotspot, CabinTalk, and a new rear entertainment system are now available. The volume slider has also been replaced with a volume knob. Honda has replaced the steering wheel with a new design, also from the Odyssey. Honda Sensing is now standard on all trim levels for the Pilot.[30]

2020 changes[edit]

For the 2020 model year, a new Black Edition trim was added to the lineup.[31]

2021 changes[edit]

The 9-speed transmission is now standard on all trim levels, and a Special Edition is slotted between EX-L and Touring trims.[32][33]

2022 changes[edit]

For the 2022 model year, Honda introduced an entry-level Sport trim and a new TrailSport off-road oriented trim. The Sport trim replaced the discontinued LX and EX trim levels. The TrailSport exterior features include a suspension lift that increases ground clearance by 0.6 in (15.2 mm), black exterior trim, 18-inch alloy-wheels, and an orange and black TrailSport badge. On the interior, TrailSport models include TrailSport logos on seats and orange stitching.

Other changes to the 2022 Pilot include the 8-inch infotainment system and LED headlights becoming standard equipment and the introduction of a new Sonic Gray Pearl exterior paint color.[34] Honda Pilot 2023: Honda's Most Capable SUV[6]


IIHS - 2016 Pilot[35]
Moderate overlap frontal offset Good
Small overlap frontal offset Good1
Side impact Good
Roof strength Good2
Headlights (LX, EX, EX-L, Touring) Poor
Headlights (Elite) Acceptable
1 vehicle structure also rated "Good".[36]
2 strength-to-weight ratio: 5.22
NHTSA - 2016 Pilot[37][38]
Frontal Driver:
Frontal Passenger:
Side Driver:
Side Passenger:
Side Pole Driver:
Rollover FWD: / 17.5%
Rollover AWD: / 16.4%

Fourth generation (YG1/2; 2022)[edit]

Fourth generation
2023 Honda Pilot Touring (YG1, US)
Model codeYG1/2
ProductionDecember 2022 – present
Model years2023–present
AssemblyUnited States: Lincoln, Alabama (HMA)
Body and chassis
PlatformHonda PF7[39]
RelatedAcura MDX
Engine3.5 L J35Y8 V6
Transmission10-speed automatic
Wheelbase113.8 in (2,891 mm)
Length199.9 in (5,077 mm)
Width78.5 in (1,994 mm)
Height71.0 in (1,803 mm)

The fourth-generation Pilot made its debut on November 7, 2022.[40] A DOHC (non-VTEC) 3.5-liter J35Y8 V6 engine with 285 horsepower (213 kW; 289 PS) and 262 lb⋅ft (355 N⋅m) of torque now powers this generation Honda Pilot replacing the previous J35Y6 V6 engine. It is now paired to a Honda ten-speed automatic gearbox which replaces the ZF 9HP automatic gearbox. This generation of Pilot contends directly with Toyota’s 2023 Grand Highlander, becoming bigger in size while keeping the sleek body for reduced drag and weight. At launch, there were six distinct trim levels available: LX, Sport, EX-L, TrailSport, Touring, and Elite. For the 2025 model year, Honda reintroduced the Black Edition (available on the 2020-2022 Pilot) trim level to the Pilot. The Black Edition includes 20-inch black alloy wheels, black trim and emblems, red trimmed interior, red LED ambient lighting, Black Edition on seats, and more. For 2025, the LX trim has been dropped, with the Sport now being the entry level model. [41]


The 2023 Pilot was awarded the "Top Safety Pick +" by the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety.[42]

IIHS scores
Small overlap front (driver) Good
Small overlap front (passenger) Good
Moderate overlap front (original test) Good
Moderate overlap front (updated test) Marginal
Side impact Good
Headlights Good
Front crash prevention: vehicle-to-pedestrian (Day) Superior
Front crash prevention: vehicle-to-pedestrian (Night) Superior
Seat belt reminders Good
Child seat anchors (LATCH) ease of use Good+


Calendar year US[43] [44] Canada[45]
2002 52,062
2003 106,917
2004 128,158
2005 143,353 5,213
2006 152,154 5,359
2007 117,146 4,328
2008 106,746 5,564
2009 183,901 4,452
2010 102,323 5,062
2011 116,297 4,366
2012 114,848 5,807
2013 126,678 6,356
2014 108,857 6,113
2015 136,212 8,230
2016 120,772 7,279
2017 127,279 8,905
2018 159,615 8,072
2019 135,008 8,241
2020 123,813 7,709
2021 143,062 7,398
2022 99,567
2023 110,298


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