2013 Honda Pilot Dayton, OH
The Honda Pilot has been on the market since 2003 representing a larger SUV option for Honda lovers. It is currently on its second generation, and every year it seems to be offering more and more to consumers. So what’s so new about the 2013 Honda Pilot Dayton, OH model?
Honda has made their 2013 Pilot more functional by adding some pretty cool new technology features to it. Now standard on the 2013 Honda Pilot Dayton, OH is a backup camera. This only makes sense, the 2013 Honda Pilot offerings are rated to tow anywhere from 2000 to 4500 lbs., more than enough for most boats and campers, making a backup camera pretty handy. As far as technology, the Honda has upgraded the Pilot in this department as well. Adding standard USB jack and Bluetooth, you can now connect just about any smart phone to the Pilot letting you feel more connected. Standard automatic climate control has not been added on every 2013 Honda Pilot model, providing a more comfortable interior temperature for everyone.
Part of what makes the Honda Pilot such an attractive SUV option is all of the interior space. Offering a massive 87 cubic feet of cargo space, the 2013 Honda Pilot Dayton, OH is more than ready for any family vacation or weekend house project. The ability to fold down all rows of seating makes this possible along with integrated cargo anchors. The 2013 Pilot also incorporates four-wheel independent suspension providing one of the smoothest riding SUVs on the market.
What you may not have known about the Pilot is that is also benefits from Variable Cylinder Management™. In order to optimize the most MPG the 2013 Honda Pilot near Cincinnati actually deactivates cylinders according to the amount of power it needs. Cylinders used can range from 3, 4, and 6 while driving. Step on the gas when more power is needed, and the rest of the cylinders fire up instantly providing maximum power. Would you like to drive the 2013 Honda Pilot before you buy it? Click here to schedule a test drive today at Matt Castucci Honda!