2012 Honda Pilot is almost certain to enter the sales market later this year, various changes were made to attract customers. New features, new security system, increased fuel economy, performance and more aggressive appearance gives a strong attraction Honda Pilot.
An SUV with a redesign that gives the change includes the three-bar chrome grille new radiator, two large headlights with multi-reflector halogen lamp, the air intake on the bottom side parallel to the fog lights, draw a straight line backward, Logo 'PILOT' on the back sidewith logo '4 WD ', customized rear lights, twin exhausts, and some wheel choices including 17 "for the EX and 18" (all-new five-spoke) aluminum alloy wheel design for the LX, and 18 "six-spoke alloy wheels with contrasting high surface machining for Touring version.
The interior of the 2012 Honda Pilot concentrate on perfecting the instrument panel and multi-function button layout. the interior has a capacity of 8 passengers, a new audio system includes 2 GB CD-Library (CD-L) and Bluetooth Audio Streaming along with the addition of 'Bluetooth Handsfree Link', an 8-inch intelligent Multi-Information Display (i-MID) as a central The information and audio media. Glossy black polish adds a luxurious feel, Speedometer and Tachometer redesigned, Multi-camera-back provides a broad view, and the speakers spread throughout the room the Honda Pilot.
Powered by a 3.5-liter V6 engine that produces impressive power of 250 horsepower and 253 lb / ft of torque. engine will be mated with the system 5-speed automatic transmission.car is also equipped with Grade Logic Control to keep the time going uphill or down.impressive performance is enhanced with 18 mpg on the city and 25 mpg on the highway.
Latest Honda's pilot also features the latest security systems, the most prominent feature is the Advanced Compatibility Engineering (ACETM) a technology that serves to reduce the amount of power of a frontal collision, so as to minimize the impact of injuries. Three air bag system with rollover sensors and occupant Position Detection System (OPDS).Vehicle Stability Assist technology or what is often called the 'Electronic Stability Control' comes for each model. 2012 Honda Pilot is priced starting at $ 28.470 (2WD) and the price of $ 30.070 (4WD), while for the touring model priced at $ 40.820