If we told you that midsize crossover SUVs are the most popular type of vehicle, you might not bat an eye. Crossovers are everywhere these days. They are so practical because they handle like cars but have the cargo room of larger SUVs. Many crossovers are also highly efficient, and that includes the 2019 Honda Pilot. The Pilot comes with a host of modern technologies, but it can also be good for your wallet. Keep reading to learn more about its performance and efficiency.
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How efficient is the 2019 Honda Pilot?
Your fuel economy is always dependent on a number of factors. Something as seemingly trivial as your drivetrain can impact your efficiency. 2019 Honda Pilot models with standard 2WD average up to 27 highway mpg*, 19 city mpg*, and 22 combined mpg*. AWD results in a very slight ding to the gas mileage. 2019 Pilot models featuring AWD average 26 highway mpg*, 18 in the city*, and 21 combined*.
*Based on 2019 EPA mileage ratings. Use for comparison purposes only. Your actual mileage will vary depending on how you drive and maintain your vehicle, driving conditions and other factors.
2019 Honda Pilot engine performance
Regardless of the trim level, drivers of the 2019 Honda Pilot will all enjoy the same engine. Every trim from the base LX to the top of the line Elite sports a 280-horsepower, 3.5-liter fuel injected V6 engine. That amount of power makes for a smooth yet strong drive. The LX, EX, and EX-L trims come with a six-speed automatic transmission whereas the Touring and Elite trim levels feature a nine-speed automatic tranny.
Test drive the 2019 Honda Pilot at Matt Castrucci Honda
The 2019 Honda Pilot can be yours, but wouldn’t you like to take it for a test spin first? Come down to Matt Castrucci Honda here in the heart of Dayton. We will answer all of your remaining questions and go over everything else you need to know!