2013 Honda Pilot Owners Manual - The 2013 Honda Pilot is little changed, but in an effort to upgrade its electronic devices function content, several new functions such as Honda's HandsFreeLink Wireless relationship for mobile phones and music players and a USB relationship are conventional equipment, as is a rearview digicam. A improved internal middle collection gets a conventional 8-inch display.
The 2013 Pilot's base LX cut comes conventional with 17-inch metal wheels, automated front lights, complete energy accessories, cruise management, a tilt-and-telescoping leader, tri-zone automated heating and cooling, 60/40-split second- and third-row seats, an 8-inch middle display, Wireless phone and sound connection, a rearview digicam and a seven-speaker sound program with a CD player, a USB/iPod interface and an reliable sound port.
Regardless of cut level, all 2013 Pilot models use the same powertrain: a 3.5-liter V6 that makes 250 horse power and 253 pound-feet of twisting, directing its energy to a five-speed automated gearbox. Front-wheel generate is conventional, but any Pilot can be requested with an all-wheel-drive program that instantly changes as much as 70 percent of energy to the back wheels if the top part wheels begin to slide. A driver-selectable "lock" function tracks maximum twisting to the back wheels in 1st or 2nd equipment at low rates of speed to help free a trapped Pilot.
The 2013 Honda Pilot's conventional safety measures include antilock stopping system, balance management, front-seat part safety bags and full-length part layer safety bags. In Edmunds stopping mechanism examining, the Pilot came to a stop from 60 mph in 130 legs. This is below average for midsize crossovers but actually an improvement over the stopping performance of earlier Aircraft aviators.
Apart from the generally downmarket overall look of some of the more popular cottage cut, the 2013 Pilot has a useful internal with innovative details and clearly presented instrumentation. The conventional automated heating and cooling helps the number of control buttons and control buttons on the middle collection, as does the new 8-inch information display for all cuts. Too bad some of the staying control buttons and control buttons still have a chintzy feel and overall look.
The overall driving impression of the 2013 Pilot is of a heavy and large vehicle, more so than perhaps it should be. On paper, the Pilot's 250-hp V6 should be enough, but it never feels like it is; some of the performance lack may come from the behind-the-times five-speed automated, and some can be lined up to the Pilot's weight.
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