SUVs, crossovers and otherwise, are designed to have more versatility than traditional cars. That versatility includes high performance, strong capabilities, and increased interior space. Let’s focus on the latter right now. The Honda Pilot, a midsize crossover SUV, is one of the most popular models in the Honda lineup, and its interior volume plays a part in that. Keep reading to learn more about its cargo room and other interior dimensions.
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How much cargo room is in the 2019 Honda Pilot?
Drivers who want to prioritize interior space will definitely want to consider buying a 2019 Honda Pilot. Initially, there are 16.5 cubic feet of interior cargo space with all of the seats upright. The Pilot features three rows of seats and the back two of which can be folded down to gain more access to more cargo space. With the rear row folded, that 16.5 cubic feet nearly triples to 46.8 cubic feet. With the middle row folded, that space grows all the way to 83.9 cubic feet. That is significantly more room than competitors like the Kia Sorento (73 cubic feet), Ford Edge (73.4 cubic feet), and the Chevy Blazer (64.2 cubic feet).
Total passenger volume, when the seats are all folded up, equates to 153 cubic feet. With up to 41 inches of legroom, 40 inches of headroom, 59 inches of hip room, and 62 inches of shoulder room, you will always be comfortable inside the spacious Honda Pilot.
Test drive the 2019 Honda Pilot in Dayton OH
If you want to see this interior for yourself, you’re in luck. You can come take the Honda Pilot for a test spin here at Matt Castrucci Honda. While you’re at it, don’t forget to check out all of the other interior amenities this crossover offers.