The Honda Pilot is in its early twenties. Over the past two decades, it has built a solid reputation and has become a must-have vehicle for families looking for space and comfort.

Making a choice may seem complicated, however, as the 2021 Honda Pilot is presented in six different ways. Let's take a look at what each one brings, and how it differs from the others.

What's important to understand is that from the start, the offer is generous. Afterwards, Honda only adds luxury. Every Honda Pilot is equipped with a 3.5-litre V6 engine with Variable Cylinder Management, as well as a nine-speed automatic transmission and the Honda Sensing Safety Suite. Towing capacity is 5,000 pounds.

1 - LX

It is rare to find such a well-equipped version of an entry-level model, all products combined. To give you an idea, there are heated front seats, Apple CarPlay and Android Auto applications, a three-zone climate control system, an eight-seat configuration, a start/stop feature, LED headlights and daytime running lights, defrosting front wipers, as well as keyless entry and push-button start.

2 - EX

The Honda Pilot EX adds a 10-way power-adjustable driver's seat, heated leather-wrapped steering wheel, auto-dimming rear-view mirror, sunroof, roof rails for securing gear, LED fog lights and the LaneWatch blind-spot monitoring system, which displays the image captured by the camera under the right-hand mirror on the Multimedia System screen when you activate your turn signal on that side.

3 - EX-L Navi

With this third proposal, you not only get navigation, but also other luxury features such as heated second-row seats, leather seats, satellite radio, memory for outside mirrors with reverse tilt function, as well as sensors for front and rear parking.

4 - Touring 8P

Upgrading to the 8P Touring model adds a 10.2-inch rear-seat on-screen entertainment system, ventilated front seats, an upgraded audio system, Wi-Fi access, rain-sensing wipers, a hands-free tailgate, heated side-view mirrors, and a blind spot information and rear cross-traffic alert system.

5 - Touring 7P

The Touring 7P version offers a seven rather than eight-seat configuration, which translates into captain's seats in the second row. A panoramic sunroof is also standard with this variant.

6 - Black Edition

Finally, as the name suggests, the Black Edition version emphasizes on black and it starts with 20-inch black aluminum-alloy wheels, a glossy black grille bar, and door handles that match the body color (black or white for this version).

The Honda Pilot offers you a choice. Now the question is, where is your comfort zone?

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