2011 Honda Pilot
120,461 Miles
$14,500

Tulsa, OK
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2003 Honda Pilot
361,335 Miles
$3,000

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2006 Honda Pilot
261,975 Miles
Accepting Offers

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2015 Honda Pilot
23,804 Miles
$24,887

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2015 Honda Pilot
42,337 Miles
$27,987

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2016 Honda Pilot
15,599 Miles
$29,587

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2016 Honda Pilot
12,280 Miles
$27,987

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2016 Honda Pilot
27,513 Miles
$34,187

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2016 Honda Pilot
16,701 Miles
$27,987

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2011 Honda Pilot
89,660 Miles
$16,995

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2012 Honda Pilot
150,908 Miles
$14,999

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2010 Honda Pilot
198,928 Miles
Accepting Offers

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2004 Honda Pilot
174,500 Miles
$5,998

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2015 Honda Pilot
51,231 Miles
$24,291

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2014 Honda Pilot
77,006 Miles
$23,900

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2015 Honda Pilot
53,230 Miles
$27,600

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2014 Honda Pilot
32,950 Miles
$28,999

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2015 Honda Pilot
60,191 Miles
$29,500

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2004 Honda Pilot
160,990 Miles
$8,900

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Tulsa, OK Honda Pilot Buyer's Guide

Owner Reviews
Overall
4.6
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

2006 Honda Pilot - Love my Honda Pilot

West Long Branch, New Jersey
Overall
5.0
Value
5.0
Performance
4.0
Style
4.0
Comfort
5.0
Fuel Economy
2.0
Maintenance
5.0
I love my Honda Pilot. First of all, I bought it because I was nervous driving my first born around in my Accord. Yes, I'm that mother! But what the Pilot offers is more than I ever expected! First of all, the interior has taken a major beating in the 10 years (and three kids) that I have had it. The seats have held up wonderfully, and there are no cracks. My carpeting is stained a bit, but I rarely shampoo it. The driving is more car-like than truck-like. And if you take long road trips, you will greatly appreciate this comfort. It also has three rows (rear row is also split seat) which is great because I have three kids. I also still have a trunk when the full rear seat is up. Another thing great for trips! Keep the kids separated! At one point in time, I even had three car seats acr... (more)
Story
Last summer my family went on vacation to the Outer Banks in NC. We took my Pilot out on the beach for miles and drove around the northernmost banks. We followed several herds of wild horses, which was really cool! This is a memory my kids will cherish for a long time.
Pros
Top positive things about my vehicle is the comfort level of the "ride" along with the amount of space for my family. I also have a 6CD changer which is pretty awesome!
Cons
There really aren't many negative things about my Pilot. Of course the gas mileage could be better, as it could be with any truck/SUV. I also wish it didn't have a timing belt, as newer cars do not. This is an expensive but necessary service.

2011 Honda Pilot - Great Family Car

Longmont, Colorado
Overall
4.0
Value
3.0
Performance
4.0
Style
4.0
Comfort
5.0
Fuel Economy
4.0
Maintenance
5.0
The thing that originally drew me to the Honda Pilot was the design of the body. It looks like a large SUV without looking like a box. The next thing that drew me to it was how smoothly it drove. My only concern was the gas mileage it may get for being such a large vehicle.
Story
On our way to Houston, Texas last year we got stuck in a flood. We had to stay parked on the Highway for 4 hours. Our Pilot was large enough that we remained comfortable and were even able to play a card game while we waited for the road to be cleared.
Pros
I love the Honda Pilot is the Eco Assist. This feature saves a lot on gas. Another great feature is that it is 4x4. 4 wheel drive is a needed feature for the snowy months in Colorado. My favorite feature, though, is the fact that it is a family car. With our first baby on the way we wanted a great car. The Honda Pilot has built in seatbelts for car seats. Also there are 3 rows of seating. We can fit eight people in this car comfortably.
Cons
I love that this car is a 4x4, but the downside is that it can only be put in 4x4 when it is in 3rd gear or reverse. It is more made for if you get stuck, not for everyday snow driving. Since this vehicle is so large, it has some blind spots which are difficult to get used to. The only other thing I wish I had in this car is Bluetooth for hands free use. This is something that I may add in the future.