2014 Honda Pilot in Austin, TX
Honda vehicles are best known for being smaller, nimble cars that make some of the most popular cars for commuting. Conventional wisdom would wonder what Honda could possibly know about building SUVs meant to tackle some of the toughest off-road trails to be found. The short answer is, a lot. For a number of years now, Honda has produced one of the most capable and one of the last, body on frame SUVs. The latest version of that vehicle, the 2014 Honda Pilot in Austin, TX, that is now available at Howdy Honda, boasts one of the strongest naturally-aspirated engines in its industry segment.
Every 2014 Honda Pilot in Austin, TX is powered by a 250-horsepower, 3.5-liter, V-6 engine that also has Honda’s Variable Cylinder Management (VCM) system. VCM gives the computer that controls the engine to start and stop valves as necessary to save fuel. Depending on what is required of the engine to perform most efficiently, the VCM will disable two or three cylinders. This technology has led to the 2014 Honda Pilot to posting some impressive Environmental Protection Agency fuel-economy scores. The new Pilot easily breaks the 20-mile per gallon barrier on the highway with either the standard front-wheel drive or the optional all-wheel drive.
A modern interior for the new 2014 Honda Pilot
The dashboard of the 2014 Honda Pilot in Austin, TX, as well as the gauge cluster is cleanly designed and definitely has a feeling of being utilitarian. The speedometer and tachometer are clearly visible in front of the driver and easy to read. The high-resolution intelligent Multi-information display features detailed information about fuel-consumption and other important information that the driver may rely on. At the top of the center stack, is the Honda Satellite-Linked Navigation System that offers turn-by-turn directions and traffic conditions in major metropolitan areas.
Staying comfortable in the 2014 Honda Pilot in Austin, TX is easier than ever thanks to the Tri-Zone Automatic Climate Control System that can allow the driver and passengers the ability to control humidity as well as temperature. Each section of the 2014 Honda Pilot can customize their experience. When the second and third rows of seats are in a cargo hauling configuration, there is more than 80 cubic-feet of space to work with. Also because of the shape of the 2014 Honda Pilot, when those seats are stowed, owners will be able to haul full sheets of plywood.