2004 Honda Pilot
146,000 Miles
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Stamford, CT
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2013 Honda Pilot
44,383 Miles
$23,452

Stamford, CT
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2014 Honda Pilot
24,632 Miles
$27,491

Stamford, CT
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2007 Honda Pilot
114,948 Miles
$9,987

Stamford, CT
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2011 Honda Pilot
86,336 Miles
$15,699

Stamford, CT
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2011 Honda Pilot
90,659 Miles
$17,995

Cos Cob, CT
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2006 Honda Pilot
106,809 Miles
$8,998

Cos Cob, CT
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2013 Honda Pilot
29,822 Miles
$24,995

Greenwich, CT
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2013 Honda Pilot
36,626 Miles
$25,998

Greenwich, CT
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2012 Honda Pilot
32,786 Miles
$24,998

Greenwich, CT
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2013 Honda Pilot
51,192 Miles
$26,995

Greenwich, CT
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2014 Honda Pilot
11,839 Miles
$26,755

Greenwich, CT
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2011 Honda Pilot
87,346 Miles
$18,599

Greenwich, CT
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2014 Honda Pilot
51,295 Miles
$28,635

Greenwich, CT
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2014 Honda Pilot
52,604 Miles
$25,495

Greenwich, CT
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2013 Honda Pilot
72,411 Miles
$20,899

Greenwich, CT
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2011 Honda Pilot
79,733 Miles
$18,995

Greenwich, CT
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2013 Honda Pilot
55,283 Miles
$25,984

Greenwich, CT
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2015 Honda Pilot
18,429 Miles
$33,995

Greenwich, CT
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2014 Honda Pilot
24,445 Miles
$22,977

Greenwich, CT
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Owner Reviews
Overall 4.5
Value 4.5
Performance 4.1
Style 4.4
Comfort 4.5
Fuel Economy 3.3
Maintenance 4.4

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Honda Pilot Owner Ratings & Reviews

2010 Honda Pilot - Made for Me

Trumbull, Connecticut
Overall
4.0
Value 3.0
Performance 3.0
Style 3.0
Comfort 3.0
Fuel Economy 3.0
Maintenance 4.0
I feel that my Honda Pilot was made for me. It accommodates 3 car seats with plenty of room for groceries and big haul trips to the warehouse, has 4 wheel drive, yet isn't a minivan!
Story
We had a fun time driving the whole family (including the dog) to a family picnic. The kids were in their car seats and the dog was in the back with all of our gear (we kept the food up front with us!)
Pros
The best thing about this vehicle is the size. It is a larger vehicle that has a nicer look than a mini van but doesn't drive like a truck. The 4 wheel drive is fantastic and has helped to get me to my destinations in some rough CT winters.
Cons
Getting into the third row is awkward. It is difficult to get to the third row as a passenger or to buckle in a child due to having to fold a seat down and climb through a narrow opening.

2012 Honda Pilot - I love this car - it seats 8 but doesn't have a minivan feel

Fruit Cove, Florida
Overall
5.0
Value 4.0
Performance 3.0
Style 5.0
Comfort 5.0
Fuel Economy 4.0
Maintenance 4.0
The Honda Pilot is smooth and sturdy. Has seating for 8 people without feeling like a minivan. It has a large towing capacity and you can drive it on the beach. It has a lot of leg room and feels luxurious.
Story
We have drive-on beaches and we are finally able to drive onto the beach - which is helpful to not have to carry ALL our beach supplies. I love it because I can use the trunk/door to block the sun/get out of the sun for awhile.
Pros
My Pilot has strong towing capacity, and separate A/C for the driver, passenger, and the back row. The leather seats feel luxurious. The fuel efficiency is really great for such a heavy car. There are a lot of cup holders throughout. I love the button press to open the trunk. I love the built in garage door opener, and the sunglass/glasses holder on the top in the front is perfect. There are a lot of areas to charge your electronics. The window tinting is awesome to have.
Cons
There isn't much trunk space at all, but if you buy a net it helps. There should be a 3rd A/C area for those in the way back. There are too many garage door button options on the front so it's a waste and just one more thing that can break. The windows in the back don't go all the way down. I wish the back window rolled down and there were side windows in the back that you can at least push out.

2011 Honda Pilot - Roomy, reliable, flexible, comfortable

Glendale, Arizona
Overall
5.0
Value 5.0
Performance 5.0
Style 5.0
Comfort 5.0
Fuel Economy 4.0
Maintenance 5.0
The Honda Pilot is an incredibly flexible car. For the driver, it has many luxuries at arm length. Such as easy to link Bluetooth and easy to use GPS. Love the exciting LED lighting in the dash, the control panel and the side boards. The front and 2nd row have excellent headroom, seating, and legroom. The 3rd row is very fair and capable of seating an adult comfortably. The trunk space, even when all 3 rows are in use is very roomy thanks the extra sunken space, the hidden compartment in the side and the built in net organizer.
Story
we have taken 5 adults, 2 teens, 2 children, picnic supplies, and beach toys on 3 hour road trips. The drive was great an unexhausting because there is room to rest, recline, place a snack is the many compartments and cupholders, watch a movie or charge an Ipad or Media. Even pets have room to ride in both a laying or standing position.
Pros
The Pilot is true 7-8 seater. The options are high end and compete with luxury makes. The hands free tailgate, the DVD option, the heated leather seats are not even found in some higher end vehicles. The price was an excellent deal. The quality of the leather was soft, well seamed, practical and comfortable. I love that there are plenty of places to charge phones, cupholders, or upload from media. The Pilot is a great city car or as a reliable transport over rocky, unfinished land- (it can take a little off roading or going over curbs when necessary!) It fits so much inside yet can park in... (more)
Cons
The drivers seat experience noisiness from the window. The wind is so noisy that passengers speaking from the 2nd or 3rd rows can not be heard unless they scream. I would like city driving to be more efficient.