Honda announced the start of sales of the fourth-generation Pilot crossover in the United States, starting on December 12. The model that has become the largest and most powerful SUV in the history of the Japanese brand will be affordable. Starting at $39,150.
The new SUV will be available in front- and all-wheel drive configurations, with 7 and 8 seats and five fixed configurations: Sport, EX-L, Touring, Trailsport and Elute.
The base configuration for $39,150 (about 2.37 million rubles) is called Sport and offers front-wheel drive only. Even the “base” car has a 7-inch touchscreen with Android Auto and Apple CarPlay support, a partially digital dashboard, 3-zone climate control, heated front seats, LED headlights and a 7- and 20-inch audio system.
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For the most expensive all-wheel drive version, the Elite model, which includes seats with perforated leather inserts, an all-round vision system, air vents for the front seats, a color projection screen and a 10.2 digital dashboard inches, it costs $52,030 or thereabouts.
Regardless of configuration, the “fourth” Honda Pilot is paired with a single 3.5-liter, 285-horsepower V6 engine mated to a 10-speed automatic transmission. Production of the crossover takes place at the American Honda Alabama plant in Lincoln, Alabama.
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