When you’re in the market for a vehicle that can tow some serious cargo, you’re probably thinking you’ll need a full-size SUV or a large truck. But that isn’t necessarily the case! The 2017 Honda Pilot is a fuel-efficient three-row crossover SUV with an impressive towing capacity, but is it strong enough to tow a boat? Read on to find out!
2017 Honda Pilot towing capacity
The 2017 Honda Pilot can tow up to 5,000 pounds, which should be more than enough to tow a boat, depending on the size of the boat and weight of the trailer, of course. It’s important to keep in mind that only trims equipped with all-wheel drive have a maximum towing capacity of 5,000 pounds. Trims equipped with 2-wheel drive can tow up to 3,500 pounds, which is still enough to haul ATVs, small boats and most other things you’ll need to tow.
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Drivers interested in meeting the 2017 Honda Pilot in person are invited to stop right in and see us at Matt Castrucci Honda or schedule an obligation-free test drive online. Need more information before getting in the driver’s seat? No problem! Drop us a line in the comments below or give our team a call and we’ll fill you in on all the information about this great family SUV!