2020 Honda Pilot Model Turbo Four Engine - Honda Cars Review
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2020 Honda Pilot Model Turbo Four Engine, Many people are waiting for the next generation Pilot. And yes, many expect New Honda Pilot changes. Unfortunately, the detail about the crossover is still scarce.
Honda Pilot Model
While this is true, we can expect some things about the new Pilot. Below we will tell you about the information we know so far about the best selling Honda SUVs in the United States. According to 2020 Honda Pilot spy photos, it appears that the new Honda Pilot will have a closer design to Honda Ridgeline. It is likely to have a new grille and headlights.
Honda Pilot Facelift
That said, there is a possibility for the company to give it a more aggressive look, something which is already done to the Accord and Civic lineups. It is likely that we will see a bit of 2020 Honda Pilot Facelift in terms of interior. The massive interior size is not likely to change. What will, however, is its cabin and its features. The new Honda Pilot will come with an improved, more luxurious cabin with latest features. There is a good chance that it will have a big infotainment display as well as better materials for its cabin.
Honda Pilot Turbo Engine
Also, it will not be a surprise if Honda decides to add more safety features as the new Pilot’s standard. After all, more safety features will increase its sales significantly.Speaking of the engine, the new Honda Pilot is likely to receive the new 2.0-liter, turbo-four engine. If you are wondering, this engine is the same one used in both the current generation Accord and Type R Civic. Yes, the one that impressed many people with its capability.
If the new Honda Pilot does use that engine, it will capable of generating up to 300 horsepower with up to 300 lb-ft of torque. What’s great about this engine is that it is capable of generating such amount of power and, at the same time, being more efficient compared to the V6 engine. Paired with a 10-speed automatic transmission gearbox, the new Pilot will be a lot easier to drive.
via : Honda