2020 Honda Pilot – The news was coming, with the new updates for the all-new 2020 Honda Pilot. There will be something changes from this car, that can make the owner feel the real journey while driving with this car.

Before you enjoying your time to get to know what is change, and what is the difference in this car. You need to know any specific updates that may change the price of this car, and this is one of the most critical aspects.

There is a lot of people, expecting for a more significant change in this car, they are wanted for the best mechanical support and technological advancement. You can get everything that you need to know here, regarding the new updates about this car, which will give an impact to the pricing list for the next year.

There is also a new limited edition that you need to know, for having the all-new black-edition in the next year with this car.

2020 Honda Pilot
2020 Honda Pilot

2020 Honda Pilot Changes, Pricing & Specifications

CARLITUS – The Honda Pilot is a midsize SUV produced by Honda and presented in 2002. Mainly targeted at the North American marketplace, the Pilot will be Honda’s most significant SUV and offers three-row car seats.

In this article, Carlitus team going to share what on our mind about 2020 Pilot together with the prediction with the SUV’s rumors nowadays. What can we anticipate with the 2020 Honda Pilot? Here a few things to know about.

Sporty Engine Management with the New Updates

Talking about the mechanical updates, there is a lot of things change in this new 2020 Honda Pilot that you need to know. The improved technology is applied to the machine, and the use of a 6-speed automatic transmission that must be satisfying.

The new engine is coming with the 3.5-liter V6 that can produce around 280 horsepower and 262 Pound-feet of torque that will be better than the latest version. You can find a comfortable driving with the support of a front-wheel drive, including a 6-speed automatic transmission that can return 19 mpg city, 27 mpg highway, and 22 mpg that is combined.

The power performance is also quite satisfying, that can go up to 20/27/23 with a 6-speed automatic transmission. The movement will be change with the estimation of 18/26/21 with the all-wheel drive, that is also supported with 19/26/22 with a 6-speed automatic transmission.

Interior Changes

Talking about most of the interior design of this new 2020 Honda Pilot, it will have a smaller interior space than before. However, you do not need to worried about it, since it can be used for full-size adults and teenagers that can fit in all three rows.

Pilot Elite Interior
Pilot Elite Interior

Today, Honda create something unique, with a larger space for the cargo area, with the kid-friendly storage. The manufacturer is adding two USB ports, seven-speakers, 8-inch touchscreen, Apple CarPlay and Android Auto, including HD and Satellite Radios.

Eye-Catching Exterior Model

The next 2020 Honda Pilot, will have more manageable exterior size, with a good model that is eye-catching. The use of chrome color for the other pilots that are used in the black edition. With a controversial black and orange graphics Honda, that is available in 2019.

The Honda Pilot shares its platform with the Honda Accord and Honda Odyssey in their model manufacture, and also with Acura MDX (as we know, Acura is an American luxury brand of Honda). The Pilot’s independent suspension and unibody construction are built to allow handling and carry built-in circumference body rails to give towing and light-weight off-road drive.

When the talk comes to the design, we believe the 2020 Honda Pilot to keep the same original design language as the car experienced since 2016 for its brand-new bumper, front fascia, headlights, taillights, and rear bumper.

Color Options Available

There are eight color options available:

  • Steel Sapphire Metallic – Available on EX, EX-L, Touring, Elite trims
  • Obsidian Blue Pearl – Available on EX, EX-L, Touring, Elite trims
  • Black Forest Pearl – Available on EX-L, Touring, Elite trims
  • Crystal Black Pearl – Available on LX, EX, EX-L, Touring, Elite, Black Edition trims
  • Modern Steel Metallic – Available on LX, EX, EX-L, Touring, Elite trims
  • Lunar Silver Metallic – Available on LX, EX, EX-L, Touring, Elite trims
  • Deep Scarlet Pearl – Available on EX, EX-L, Touring, Elite trims
  • Platinum White Pearl – Available on LX, EX, EX-L, Touring, Elite trims

Safety Features

Today’s Honda Pilot is known as an IIHS Top Safety Pick with Good rankings in all of the critical crash reports and with Acceptable ranking with the passenger small-overlap analyze. Also, it is known for a Superior ranking with the forward-crash protection evaluation due to the standard automatic emergency braking.

Alternative standard safety offerings consist of lane-departure warning, road departure mitigation, lane-keep assist, adaptive cruise control, and forward-collision warning. We predict all of the safety components and rankings to hold to the 2020 Honda Pilot in one piece.

Fuel Economy

Let’s believe the next generation Pilot will release sometime in future and the car will release hybrid or plug-in hybrid model, though with no technical changes, assume the gas-only 2020 Pilots version to reiterate its 2019 EPA rankings. Like the latest Pilot, the car was one of the most fuel-efficient crossovers driving on the road.

Assume the LX, EX, and EX-L (like 2019 Pilot) trim must repeatedly the fuel economy result with the details: 19 mpg city, 27 mpg highway and 22 mpg combined for front-wheel-drive. While for all-wheel-drive with the details: 18 mpg city, 26 mpg highway, and 21 mpg combined. We expect 2020 Pilot will use regular-grade 87-octane fuel.

2020 Pilot Release Date

If there is a lot of people who are guessing about the new price, it means that there will be a lot of things that will be going to change from this car. You can set your highest expectation for this new 2020 Honda Pilot, that will be coming on the road next year.

Most people are predicting that this new car will come to touch the ground in the middle of 2020, with the original expectation and new equipment that you can find here.

2020 Pilot Pricing Details

And then what about the price of 2020 Honda Pilot? this is one of the most critical factors for you is the consideration for the pricing category since there will be a limited edition in this new car.

The all-new 2020 Honda Pilot, will be coming with the limited black edition that will have different equipment, and a separate price rather than another version. For the limited black edition, if you want to have it, the price is started from $50,715, and for another new version, the price will start from $32,645 for the next year.

Here the 2020 Pilot price list:

2020 Honda Pilot Price List
LX$32,645
EX$35,525
EX-L$38,955
Touring$43,715
Elite$49,215
Black Edition$50,715

Competitors

All the vehicle have its biggest rivals to beat. Moreover, the 2020 Honda Pilot (in case it’s coming) will compete the GMC Acadia, Chevy Traverse, Hyundai Santa Fe, Ford Explorer, Kia Telluride, and Toyota Highlander.

2020 Honda Pilot Black Edition

There is something special from the all-new 2020 Honda Pilot, that will be coming on the road within next year. There is a new black edition, that is very special for those of you who demand a luxurious model, with a different pricing category.

Black Edition shown in Crystal Black Pearl
2020 Black Edition shown in Crystal Black Pearl

This is a brand new design, with the topping black edition trim next year. There is an exclusive crystal black pearl paint, with a black grille and tailgate badges.

A black-painted 20-inch alloy wheels, blacked-out trim including the grille, headlight trim, doof handles, and the side trim. There is also the incredible design with the fog light accent and exclusive window trim.

The use of red accent lighting on the dash, doors, and center console pair with red stitching accents on the front and second row, door panels, and steering wheels can make it look glamours. Find more information on its official page. – CARLITUS

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