|MPG||City 18 / Hwy 21|
|Engine||V6 Cylinder Engine|
|Drive Train||Front wheel drive|
Honda launched the midsize Pilot sport utility vehicle for 2003, billing it as "not too big, not too small." Larger than the company's compact CR-V and youth-focused Element, the Pilot replaced Honda's Passport. It carries on largely unchanged for 2007. The Pilot is powered by a 244-horsepower V-6 that operates via a drive-by-wire throttle system. All trim levels have a tire pressure monitoring system. More standard features, including a Maintenance Minder and three-row side curtain airbags, went into 2006 models. A two-wheel-drive version with Variable Cylinder Management is available. The VCM system can automatically switch the Pilot's 3.5-liter V-6 between six- and three-cylinder modes to improve fuel economy. Three versions are available: LX, EX and top-of-the-line EX-L. Honda's Vehicle Stability Assist electronic stability system and XM Satellite Radio are standard on all Pilots. A rear camera is integrated into models with a navigation system.
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