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These are the latest spy shots of a prototype for Honda’s next-generation Pilot SUV, which should roll into showrooms in the fall of 2015, as a 2016 model. The vehicle will once again share its underpinnings with the Acura MDX but this time around we can expect more expressive styling and a more upmarket interior.The current Pilot has existed in more or less the same basic form since 2009, with its only update coming in the 2012 model year, when Honda stripped the SUV of its bizarre-looking “cyborg” grille treatment. Nearly six years ago, the Pilot literally drove away from the competition, having had a considerable head-start on most three-row-crossover competitors. Just about everyone has now abandoned the truck-based body-on-frame format for the lighter and more carlike crossover blueprint, and Honda’s edge in the segment has dulled. Having placed dead last in its most recent comparison test, the Pilot needs to re-establish Honda as the go-to brand for three-row, mid-size crossovers.Rumors about new Honda Pilot were telling that model will appear in 2015. However, with big plans for it, now it is clear that Japanese manufacturer needed more time to finish all work on it, so we will see 2016 Honda Pilot redesign SUV. Changes are more than modest. We heard a lot of rumors, but company still keeps all info as secret. The 2016 Honda Pilot redesign will hit mostly exterior parts, since we will probably see brand new vehicle, also the cabin. However, engine range is about to remain the same as for current model.Only a handful of details are visible through the Pilot’s camouflage, but from what we can see, the SUV’s styling will incorporate a mix of new and old cues. The taillights appear to mimic the squarish units on today’s model, while the headlights have morphed into sleek, horizontal, Accord-like pieces. From where we sit, it looks like there’s maybe one grille opening too many on the front end, but we’ll need to wait for the camouflage to come off to pass final judgment. One thing’s for sure: The outgoing Pilot’s Automoblox look is dead and gone. It should for the first time in a while, carry a familial resemblance to Honda’s smaller CR-V compact and HR-V subcompact crossovers.
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