2016 Honda Pilot Redesign Release Changes - Honda Cars Review
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2016 Honda Pilot Redesign Release Changes, Honda’s long-overdue replacement for the aging Pilot crossover, caught testing in what appears to be production-ready bodywork, complete with Honda badges. Of course, we can’t make out much of the sheetmetal because these prototypes snapped by our spy photographers are generously covered in loose black camouflage.With still 2015 year model fresh, fans and enthusiasts started to ask when 2016 Honda Pilot will be released. Redesign was announced for current model, but nothing big happened, so all eyes are now at next SUV and 2016 Honda Pilot release date. We don’t have confirmation for new model, but experts predict that larger changes were delayed for next model.Honda Pilot was originally released in 2003. From the moment it was available on the market, this mid-size SUV gained reputation of extra versatile car, so it is not a surprise that it is very popular on the market. For 2016 year model, Pilot will get several improvements.Pricing for the new 2016 Honda Pilot has been set at $31,000 – $43,000 based on current exchange rates. If there are changes on the 2016 Honda Pilot we will notify you as soon as possible, so keep follow our blog Newcarsuv.Com.New model will get new platform, so there will be even more room. It is expected that the main improvement (when it is about space) will be the enlargement of the area between second and third row. Cargo space, which already has a decent size, will be also enlarged. Honda engineers also did a great job when it is about weight reduction. Basically, there are many similarities with new Acura MDX. Because of many aluminum-made parts, new 2016 Honda Pilot will be much lighter than its predecessor, which will inter alia provide much better fuel economy. Although new model will keep conventional square look, with minor changes, inside the cabin many improvements are expected.
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