New and Used Pilot Prices, Honda Pilot Model Years and History

Honda Pilot Models

2021 Honda Pilot trims

2021 Pilot

The 2021 Honda Pilot has a unique design despite its SUV namesake with a powerful V-6 engine and entertainment options for the entire family.

2020 Honda Pilot trims

2020 Pilot

Perfect for every lifestyle or family, the 2020 Honda Pilot SUV comes with ample passenger and cargo space, and features to give you a smooth ride.

2019 Honda Pilot trims

2019 Pilot

The 2019 Honda Pilot is a top safety pick with only one available V-6 engine with endless entertainment options to keep the entire cabin happy.

2018 Honda Pilot trims

2018 Pilot

The automaker proves once again that it masters comfortable travel well with the 2018 Honda Pilot with its roomy cabin and full feature set.

2017 Honda Pilot trims

2017 Pilot

The large-sized Pilot by Honda gives you everything you ever wanted in an SUV, with room for up to eight people.

2016 Honda Pilot trims

2016 Pilot

The best-selling Honda Pilot crossover returns for 2016 with an all new redesign.

2015 Honda Pilot trims

2015 Pilot

The reliability of the Honda nameplate, the sought after third-row, and a comfortable and stylish interior make the Honda Pilot a winner in the crossover SUV category.

2014 Honda Pilot trims

2014 Pilot

Strong, safe, and built with quality materials, the 2014 Honda Pilot is a mid-size SUV with seating for up to eight passengers.

2013 Honda Pilot trims

2013 Pilot

A safe and reliable mid-size SUV, the 2013 Honda Pilot is a practical daily driver capable of achieving up to 25 mpg.

2012 Honda Pilot trims

2012 Pilot

A mid-size SUV with seating for eight, the 2012 Honda Pilot comes equipped with a power tailgate, integrated sun shades, and a rear seat entertainment system.

2011 Honda Pilot trims

2011 Pilot

As Honda's largest crossover utility, the 8-passenger 2011 Honda Pilot excels at family hauling and weekend towing duties.

2010 Honda Pilot trims

2010 Pilot

A crossover SUV, the 2010 Honda Pilot utilizes Variable Cylinder Management to increase the fuel efficiently of its 3.5L V6 by shutting down cylinders when not needed.

2009 Honda Pilot trims

2009 Pilot

With room for plenty of cargo and refined interior storage, the redesigned 2009 Honda Pilot is a midsize crossover SUV providing comfortable utility.

2008 Honda Pilot trims

2008 Pilot

A four-door crossover, the 2008 Honda Pilot has an efficient 244 hp 3.5L V6 under the hood which selectively deactivates cylinders when not needed, for increased fuel economy.

2007 Honda Pilot trims

2007 Pilot

With seating for up to eight passengers and available 4WD, the 2007 Honda Pilot is a versatile crossover SUV available with a long list of great optional features, like a navigation system.

2006 Honda Pilot trims

2006 Pilot

The 2006 Honda Pilot is a crossover SUV with seating for up to eight passengers and it has received a style refresh inside and out.

2005 Honda Pilot trims

2005 Pilot

Larger than the CR-V and Element, the 2005 Honda Pilot is a mid-size SUV that is available with seating for up to eight passengers and a 255 hp 3.5L V6.

2004 Honda Pilot trims

2004 Pilot

A mid-size SUV with a surprising amount of space inside, the 2004 Honda Pilot has an available 3rd row seat which expands capacity to suit eight passengers.

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About Pilot

Constructed on the same platform used for the Honda Accord and the Odyssey minivan, the Pilot was quickly accepted as a reliable family mid-size crossover vehicle. Debuting for 2003, the Honda Pilot featured a versatile physique boasting class-leading cargo capacity and seating for up to eight passengers. All Pilots built from 2003 to 2005 came standard equipped with Variable Torque Management 4WD. Rated by the manufacturer with medium duty off-road capability, the 2003 Honda Pilot was tested climbing a 30-degree dirt hill. A two-wheel drivetrain would not be available on the Pilot until the 2006 model year. Propelling the 2003 Honda Pilot was a 240-horsepower, 3.5-liter V-6 engine paired with a five-speed automatic transmission. Four-wheel disc brakes, air conditioning, CD player and cruise control came standard on the Honda mid-sized crossover. In addition to adding the option of front-wheel drive, the 2006 model year version of the Honda Pilot crossover received new front and rear end styling. All three rows of passengers of the 2006 Pilot were also provided protection of side curtain airbags as standard equipment. For 2009, a completely redesigned version of the crossover was longer and was given an edgier style. Besides the new look to the exterior and interior, the second-generation Honda Pilot received a host of new features. An aluminum hood, Hondas Vehicle Stability Assist and a new 250-horsepower 3.5-liter i-VTEC engine equipped with Variable Cylinder Management was included standard on the 2009 Pilot. With the proper towing accessories, the 2009 Honda Pilot could pull up to 4,500 pounds. The second generation Pilots styling was altered slightly for 2012 with a revised front. The year following the Honda Pilots facelift, the tri-zone climate control and Bluetooth connectivity was added standard on all models. An all-new Honda Pilot is scheduled to be launched for the 2016 model year.