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2012 Honda Pilot comes with handling technology and design upgrades. Style is more sleek design and a more modern interior features embedded in the Honda Pilot. In addition, an EPA highway fuel economy rating 25 mpg in two-wheel-drive models have also been drafted for the Honda Pilot. 2012 Pilot is available in four models (Pilot LX, EX, EX-L and Touring), and each offered in both 2-wheel drive or four-wheel-drive configurations.
Honda Pilot Interior
Honda Pilot interior is designed to improve improvement throughout the cabin. Panel instrument using a more unified color theme with less contrast between the panel. A glossy black center panel for audio control. Speedometer and tachometer gauge face incorporates a new look with different segments around the perimeter of each meter. Central control console layout is simplified to make it easier for drivers to manage the entire body. Increase the level of convenience of 2012 Honda Pilot is the reduction of noise, vibration and harshness (NVH).
Honda Pilot Body Design
Honda Pilot comes with Honda's typical style with a new front grill and facilitated. Halogen light multi-reflector turn signals and contribute to the appearance new layout moves turn signals from outboard positions to inboard position in the lamp housing. A new front air dam and strakes optimized. 2012 Honda Pilot exterior dimensions with a width (78.5 inches), height (71.0 inches to 72.7 inches LX and pilots for the Pilot EX, EX-L and Touring) wheelbase (109.2 inches) and track (front 67, 7 / rear 67.5 inches).
Honda Pilot Performance
2012 Honda Pilot power comes from the all-aluminum engine with Timing "intelligent" Variable Valve and Lift Electronic Control (i-VTEC) technology with Variable Cylinder Management (VCM). VCM system allows the V6 engine to operate at six-cylinder mode for power and mode four-or three-cylinder for efficiency. 5-speed automatic transmission features Grade Logic Control to help maintain the most appropriate equipment when going uphill or down, thus avoiding gear "hunting."