Review of the 2019 Honda Pilot

September 13 2018, Honda Queensway

Review of the 2019 Honda Pilot

The 2019 Honda Pilot is reinventing the way people will look at luxury SUVs. This year, Honda has pulled out all of the stops when designing the innovative utility vehicle. Not only does it have an enhanced exterior that makes it look more rugged and tough, but it also has several convenient and technological upgrades that are sure to make both the driver and passengers more comfortable.

Advanced Entertainment
The 2019 Pilot features an 8" touchscreen display that allows you to control various systems in the vehicle, including the radio and HondaLink system and allows you to connect to Android Auto or Apple CarPlay with ease. Another exciting addition to the entertainment lineup is the available advanced rear entertainment system. This system features a 10.2" high-resolution screen in the back and a Blu-ray player with embedded media apps that are sure to keep all passengers in the vehicle entertained on long trips.

The Pilot also offers an available 11-speaker, a 600-watt premium audio system that comes with a subwoofer and 5.1 surround sound to ensure that all of your music is played with crisp, clean clarity.

Upgraded interior
When you first look at the interior of the 2019 Pilot, you can tell that it was built specifically for comfort. Heated front seats come standard on all trim levels to ensure that you are never left feeling cold on those brisk Canadian nights. Other trim levels offer a variety of other comforts including the available driver's seat and mirror position memory, panoramic moonroof, heated leather steering wheel, and the available one-touch second-row seating that allows you to automatically move the back seats with just a push of a button.

Superior Safety
This year, the Pilot has a plethora of standard safety features that ensures every occupant in the vehicle is safe. Some of the key safety features include:

• 4-wheel Anti-lock Braking System (ABS)

• Electronic Brake -Force Distribution(EBD)

• Vehicle Stability Assist with Traction Control

• Tire Pressure Monitoring System (TPMS)

• Hill Start Assist

• Advanced Compatibility Engineering body structure

• Solid Frame Structure

• Six Standard Airbags

• LATCH child safety system

Precise Power


The 2019 Honda Pilot comes equipped with a 3.5-litre, V6, direct injection engine that produces 280 horsepower and 262lb.-ft. of torque. A 6-speed automatic transmission comes standard; however, Honda is offering an available 9-speed automatic transmission as well.

In order to improve the SUV's fuel efficiency, the Pilot also comes equipped with a Variable Cylinder Management system that adapts to certain driving conditions by deactivating different cylinders in the engine.

Honda Pilot in Toronto


The 2019 Honda Pilot is an innovative luxury SUV that has more style and convenient features than ever before. If you would like to get a first-hand look at the new Pilot, then come by Honda Queensway today and let our friendly staff show you all of the advanced features that this SUV has to offer.


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