Thursday, September 27, 2007

2007 Honda Pilot Review

Strength is nothing without safety, so it's no surprise that the 2007 Honda Pilot comes fully packed with Honda�s safety features, including anti-lock brakes, traction control, and side impact door beams, as well as front and front-side airbags, and three-row side-curtain airbags with rollover sensors. Additionally, the Pilot is child-friendly, with child-seat connect hardware and kid-proof rear door locks.

The 2007 Pilot has an exterior that is both stylish and sturdy. All trim levels are offered with timer sequenced windshield wipers (front and rear), invisible radio antenna, heat resistant green-tinted glass, and remote entry systems. Higher trim levels also include a power moon roof, roof rails, and fog lights.

Inside the 2007 Honda Pilot, environmental cooling (front and rear), power windows, power door and tailgate locks, and throttle control are all standard. Additional features standard across the line are cup holders in all three rows, a center console with a cell phone cradle, floor mats, power outlets (4 total) and grab bars with integrated map lights. Features available on higher trim levels include upper and pockets on the back of the front-row seats, a fold-down activity tray in the second row, and steering wheel-mounted controls for the audio system.

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