Honda Releases Pricing and EPA Estimates for 2016 Pilot
Today Honda released pricing and fuel efficiency details for the 2016 Pilot, with the base model starting at $29,995. The Pilot LX with 2WD and a 6-speed automatic transmission will carry an EPA estimated fuel efficiency slash line of 19/27/22 city/highway/combined mpg.
With destination fees thrown in, the 2016 Pilot will cost $30,875, which is only $125 more than the current 2015 Pilot. It also makes the Pilot cheaper than rival vehicles including the 2015 Ford Explorer ($31,595), 2015 Chevy Traverse ($31,870), 2015 Hyundai Santa Fe ($31,045) and 2015 Dodge Durango ($31,490).
Upgrading to AWD will add $1,800 to the Pilot’s price tag, and lowers mileage estimates to 18/26/21 mpg.
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The most expensive trim available is the AWD Pilot Elite with a 9-speed automatic and Navi and Rear Entertainment System, which carries an MSRP of $46,420 and an EPA estimated 19/26/22 mpg.
The most fuel efficient option, meanwhile, is the 2WD Pilot Touring with a 9-speed automatic, which manages a 20/27/23 mpg slash line, and will set SUV buyers back $41,020 (not including $880 destination fee).
The all-new third-generation 2016 Honda Pilot will go on sale next month at Honda dealerships nationwide. For a full list of pricing and mileage information, click here.
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