What is the Touring package on Honda Pilot?

What is the Touring package on Honda Pilot?

The Pilot Touring adds a premium sound system, a wireless phone charger, heated seats in the second row, and a rear entertainment system. At Great Lakes Honda West, you can count on our sales representatives to support your continued trim comparison in person during your next visit.

What the difference between a Pilot Touring and a Pilot EXL?

Both the EX-L and Touring offer standard eight-passenger seating, while the Touring also enables you to opt for a seven-passenger configuration depending on your needs. The seven passenger model changes the one-touch 2nd-row seats to perforated, heated 2nd-row captain’s chairs for a luxury ride.

What does Touring mean in Honda?

Touring: This serves as the top tier trim that’s equipped with the best features a lineup can offer. Touring trims provide everything you need whether you’re around town or far from home.

How much does the Honda Pilot cost?

Touring models start at about $42,000; that’s about $1,000 higher than last year’s prices, but that’s attributable to the standard Honda Sensing system, which is a $1,000 option on the rest of the lineup. Add $1,800 if you want AWD. The all-new Pilot Elite model tops out at about $47,300.

What kind of engine does a 2016 Honda Pilot have?

There’s only one engine available for the 2016 Honda Pilot: a 3.5-liter V6 putting out 280 horsepower. It’s an improved version of the old engine, and comes with either a 6-speed automatic or, in Touring and Elite models, a new 9-speed automatic.

Is the Honda Pilot the best-driving crossover SUV in its class?

It took about 100 yards for our editor to determine that the new Honda Pilot was dramatically improved over its predecessor, and about 10 miles to conclude that it might be the best-driving crossover SUV in its class.

Does the Honda Pilot have adaptive cruise control?

The new Pilot also offers electronic driving aids like adaptive cruise control, lane-keeping assist, crash mitigation, and so on. Throw in excellent driving dynamics, and the new Honda Pilot is sure to give its Nissan Pathfinder, Toyota Highlander and Ford Explorer competition night sweats.