2016 Honda Pilot Sherwood Park AB
Early in 2015, Honda announced that the Pilot midsize crossover would be entering a new generation for the 2016 model year. What no one expected was that it would be done and ready to unveil at the 2015 Chicago International Auto Show just a couple of weeks later, but it was. It made its official world debut there at the show, and a couple weeks later the 2016 Honda Pilot near Sherwood Park AB made its Canadian debut in Toronto at the Canadian International Auto Show.
While not many specification details like horsepower or fuel efficiency have been released yet, plenty of features and other information has. Some of the key descriptors Honda has been using in reference to the all-new 2016 Honda Pilot include that it will deliver more family-friendly utility, advanced technology and quality attributes than any Pilot has before it. It is also already said to have the best-in-class safety features - which is easily believable coming from Honda - improved fuel efficiency and confident driving dynamics.
But perhaps the most impressive thing we already know about the upcoming Pilot is its completely overhauled looks. Gone is the boring, boxy look of yesteryear, and in its place a stunning, sleek design that fits right into the crossover market.
Confirmed 2016 Honda Pilot Features
Like we said, not many specifications have been released yet, but we have been given a sneak peek at a ton of confirmed features. On the exterior, the all-new 2016 Honda Pilot will feature available LED projector headlights with auto high beam technology, signature LED daytime running lights and taillights, 20 wheels and for the first time ever a Panoramic Roof. Like to keep warm in those frigid Alberta winters? Opt for heated front seats, second-row seats and steering wheel to make sure everyone stays warm.
On the inside there are already plenty of new technology features announced as well. Up to five USB ports will be available through the cabin as well as an auxiliary jack, an HDMI port to hook a gaming console up to the rear-seat entertainment system, two headphone jacks, two 12v power outlets and even a 115v outlet for true power. The Display Audio system is bigger than ever at 8 with advanced telematics, a more powerful processor and a brand new operating system. There is sure to be more we havent heard of yet, and well keep you updated when we find out more information about the specifications and other areas of the all-new 2016 Honda Pilot.