Honda has completely redesigned its midsize SUV, the Pilot, for 2009. The popular people hauler is new from the ground up and offers buyers a car-like driving experience and more interior room than last year. Honda left no stone unturned when it updated the Pilot; everything from the engine to the design theme has been tweaked. But did the company go far enough? Does the new Pilot take to the skies or is it grounded?
Road Test - 2009 Volkswagen Tiguan
Volkswagen is jumping into the small SUV segment with its all-new Tiguan.
As far as compact crossovers go, it serves up top-notch driving dynamics
and a powerful, smooth drivetrain. But VW is sending this vehicle into
incredibly crowded waters. Just about every other automaker builds a cute
ute. Volkswagens never offered anything in this segment before and most of
the competition has been building these kinds of vehicles for years. So,
does the Tiguan really have what it takes to compete with the segment
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2014 Honda Pilot AWD Off-Road & 0-60 MPH Drive and Review
( http://www.TFLcar.com ) The 2014 Honda Pilot is a family hauler disguised
as a rugged off-road SUV. So exactly how rugged is the 2014 Honda Pilot. We
decided to find by taking the new all-wheel-drive Pilot off-road to go
exploring for gold in the mountains of Colorado. In another fun, accurate
and informative TFLcar off-road review we see just how well this family
hauler does when the road gets, muddy, steep and snowy. Oh yes...we also
wanted to find our just how fast it is from 0-60 MPH while we had the Pilot
in our possession.
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Review of the 2009 Honda Pilot on Hawaii's roads
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La camioneta Honda Pilot 2014 combina elegancia, potencia y amplitud
interior. Este vehículo, el más voluminoso de la marca nipona en el
Perú, está disponible en sus versiones LX, E-LX y Touring. Su motor V6 de
3.5 litros y 24 válvulas garantiza un desplazamiento confortable y
contundente sobre terrenos agrestes.
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Honda on the Right Course? 2009 Honda Pilot by Inside Line
Honda knows the difference between revision and improvement, and you can
see the evidence in the 2009 Honda Pilot. It looks different, only the
same. Or maybe it's the same, only different. But what you can't see are
the dozens and dozens of places within this utility package where the Honda
engineers have fiddled with the details.
It's easy to imagine the Honda engineers swarming over the 2009 Honda
Pilot, relentlessly improving space-efficiency, utility, fuel economy and
performance. It is the Honda Way, the thorough refinement of a mechanical
device into a form that is supremely functional, pure and simple.
Only these particular Honda engineers are a bunch of guys from Ohio at
Honda R&D Americas, and they've tried to make the 2009 Honda Pilot into the
right kind of crossover for Americans.
2009 Honda Pilot Full Test by Inside Line
If the 2009 Honda Pilot proves anything, it's that things have changed over
at Honda. One look at the new Pilot's zany front grille announces that the
company has unapologetically embraced vehicular embellishment. The overall
shape is only slightly less boxy than that of the Jeep Commander, and there
are so many creases and character lines in the sheet metal that the new
Pilot reminds us of 4,609 pounds of origami.
Albeit manly, butch, abstract-expressionist origami. Because this full-size
crossover wants to prove it's a real SUV, tough enough to take on that
whole camping, motorcycle-towing, snow-busting outdoor thing even while
preserving its family-friendly nature.
The first-generation Pilot looked like a shrunken version of the 1968
International Harvester Travelall. The 2009 Honda Pilot looks like it's
ready to star in a futuristic remake of Soylent Green. Still, under the
macho posturing you'll find a simple, solid Honda, which is as it should