Trim Level Comparison for the 2018 Honda Pilot

By Product Expert | Posted in Comparisons, Honda Pilot on Thursday, March 22nd, 2018 at 6:26 pm
2018 Honda Pilot LX Exterior Drivers side profile

So, what is the difference between the trim levels on the 2018 Honda Pilot? We’d like to show you our comparison for some of the specs and features on each trim level. Hopefully, by the end of this, you will be able to figure out which trim level is the best fit for you.

While the 2018 Pilot is a good option for people looking for a vehicle larger than a sedan, there can be a gray area when understanding what each trim level offers. There are 5 trim levels for the 2018 Honda Pilot; the LX, EX, EX-L, Touring, and Elite. Each has a collection of standard features and available packages. Here are a few specs and features that differ from each trim level that we think you may be interested in.

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2018 Honda Pilot Land Keeping Assist System? Transmission Rear Entertainment System Starting MSRP*
2018 Honda Pilot LX No 6-speed automatic No $30,900
2018 Honda Pilot EX Available 6-speed automatic No $33,330
2018 Honda Pilot EX-L Available 6-speed automatic Available $36,760
2018 Honda Pilot Touring Standard 9-speed automatic Blue-Ray $41,970
2018 Honda Pilot Elite Standard 9-speed automatic Blue-Ray $47,470

Differences between Pilot Grades

2018 Honda Pilot LX Interior Trunk Cargo Space

2018 Honda Pilot LX interior back cabin facing front with entertainment system and dashboard

2018 Honda Pilot LX Interior touchscreen

As you can see in the table above, there are a decent amount of differences between each trim level of the 2018 Honda Pilot. The Lane Keeping Assist System is not available in the LX, but it is available in the EX and EX-L, and comes standard with the Touring and Elite.

Most of the trim levels have 6-speed automatic transmission; the three that have 6-speed automatic transmission can have 2-wheel drive and all-wheel drive. The Touring has a 9-speed automatic transmission, with 2-wheel drive and all-wheel drive, while the Elite has a 9-speed automatic and all-wheel drive.

The LX and EX do not have a Rear Entertainment System, while it is available in the EX-L, and comes standard in the Touring and Elite.

These are only a few of the specs and features on each trim level. For any questions you may have on the 2018 Honda Pilot, feel free to contact us!

*MRSP excluding tax, license, registration, $975.00 destination charge and options. Dealers set own prices.

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