2007 Honda Pilot
There are 6 user reviews for the EX 4WD 5-Spd AT trim shown below
- four wheel drive system, room for 8 passangers, fuel economy
- ex version is not xm ready. No direct AC to third row seat. speaker volume could be louder.
Purchased As Used
I do not understand why people are having problems with fuel economy. I live in the mountains and have to pull hills where ever I go and still get 19 to 20 MPG. We took a trip to Tennessee and got about 25 MPG on highways with 65 to 70 speed limits. Must be the way people drive. I bought it used and so far I love it minus the minor cons listed above....read morehide
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- Good Power, great turning radius
- road noise, power pick-up hesitation
Easy handling. Dashboard design needs redesigning, take the radio and display out of sunlight. Comfortable seating
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- Nothing to write home about
- A gas guzzler
This car is rated to consume 17 MPG city and 22 MPG highway. I have more than 2000 miles on this vehivel and I get 8-11 MPG city and 16-18 on highway. Judge for yourself.
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I would not recommend the pilot to anybody looking for a midsize SUV for the following reasons; a gas guzzler that the Honda dealers knows the sticker cannot be achieved, cannot tow because the body is soft coupled to a weak engine and full of rattles that it is annoying.
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- Smooth, quite, Has small but 3rd. row seats
- Have had rear brake problems, Dealer is poor and no Sat. service hours
I bought this car for my wife. We have always had Subarus. But ,
we needed a bigger vehicle. It rides good, but we live in the northeast where
it snows. The Subaru really has the all wheel drive well developed. The Honda
still feels like a front wheel drive car with alot of front end pull in snow and slush.
I have had several probles with the rear breaks locking up and not releasing.
It's been to the dealer twice for this problem with only 35k on it.
Overall it's a good vehicle, I would buy one again. They are a little expensive
compared to what else is coming out. They will need to reduce their sticker
prices like Subaru did in 07...read morehide
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- 5 adult 3 kid seating, Maximum Safety, responsive 4wd, Ease to drive & park
- Moderate power, Towing abilitiy, timing belt not chain, limited 4wd lock
OK, let�s get real for a moment. How often do you absolutely need lockable 4wd, a 6,000 lb towing capacity and 10 inch ground clearance ? 20 days a year, if that? That means 95% of the year you don�t. So, for ease of driving, parking, fuel economy, safety from crashes or rollovers, packing in up to 5 adults plus 3 kids and having 9 inch ground clearance with limited lockable 4wd and 3,500 towing ability, the Honda Pilot realistically fits many peoples lives. Yes, it could use 30+ more horsepower. If I need more storage, I snap on my Thule roof box. I ski about 20+ days a year, tow a 17 foot (2,600lb) ski boat, camp 4 times a year and my �06 Pilot EX is perfect for my family. I like that it has the highest crash ratings with the best rollover resistance of any SUV and ALL seating is protected by side curtain airbags. Fuel economy is VERY dependent on the driver�s style, as with any VTEC engine. Drive gently to get the advertised miles per gallon. Give this thing a timing chain instead of a very expensive belt to replace, 50 more horsepower and a few less rattles and it�s perfect....read morehide
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