2011 Honda Pilot – Ready to Roam

April 11th, 2011 by

By any standards the Honda Pilot has been a success. Since it’s introduction in model year 2003 as one of the first crossover SUVs on the market, customers and the automotive press have praised it’s clever packaging, user friendly details and smooth powertrain. Honda Pilot drivers have realized the advantages a crossover can provide including better handling, improved fuel economy and more interior space.

The Pilots styling is just as attractive as its excellent array of technology features. The exterior projects a bold and substantial approach that assists in maximizing the interior space, yet the Pilot still maintains a garage-friendly exterior length of less than 16 feet. The interior emphasizes an expansive feel with an efficient and modern design that supplies 152.7 cu-ft. of passenger space within three rows of seats. Adjustable storage compartments in the center console can accommodate items large and small from purses to mobile phones.

The 2011 Honda Pilot is ready to roam and drive smart, getting more miles between fill-ups with Honda’s innovative Variable Cylinder Management (VCM) technology on both the 2 and 4 wheel drive models. Powered by the intelligence of i-VTEC technology, VCM works on the principle that a vehicle only requires a fraction of its power output at cruising speeds. This system will deactivate certain engine cylinders, giving the driver power when needed. This is fuel economy cleverly disguised as a powerful engine.

2011 Honda Pilot with canoe
Clayton’s Pilot is carrying the Canoe that he custom build.

Our customer, Clayton Plunkett built the Canoe that you see on top of the Honda Pilot.

“We were taking my canoe to Jackson Prep to be used as a prop in the school play Petter Pan. My daughter is in the play and they needed a canoe for a part. The canoe fits the Honda Pilot just right”.

Can you picture how you might use a Honda Pilot either around town or your next road trip?

Honda shoppers will love that the 2011 Pilot features the availability of the Honda Satellite-Linked Navigation System and Honda DVD Rear Entertainment System. Additional comfort features available on select Pilot models include tri-zone automatic climate control system with humidity control and air filtration, a power driver’s seat with 10-way power adjustment with lumbar support, 6-disc in-dash CD changer, security system, XM Radio, body-colored side mirrors and door handles, alloy wheels, roof rails, fog lights, exterior temperature indicator, HomeLink® Remote System and more.

2011 Honda Pilot Navigation-equipped models feature a factory-installed Bluetooth® HandsFreeLink® communication tool. Our Honda Certified Sales Consultants, Ted Buck, shows how easy it is to set-up up your bluetooth compatible cell phone on a 2011 Honda Pilot: Honda Pilot, pairing the Bluetooth HandsFreeLink.

To get more Pilot information, go to our 2011 Honda Pilot Research page where you’ll find links to the full color brochure, Color char, pricing and features as well and current specials.

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