Find the 2017 Honda Pilot Owners Manual below. The 2017 Honda Pilot manual is for trim levels – LX, EX, Touring, EX-L, and Elite. It sits amongst the best midsize crossover SUVs.
The top advantages of the Pilot include roomy seats, adult-friendly third row, expansive cargo bay, and great safety scores. In 2017, Honda made Apple CarPlay for the iOS, and Android Auto made available on the Pilot.
The 2017 Honda Pilot Owners Manual boasts a powerful 3.5-liter V6 capable of delivering 280 hp and 350 nm torque. Some models of the pilot team the engine with a nine-speed automatic, whereas others team it with a six-speed automatic. The EPA estimates are 19 and 27 mpg on city and highway. The Pilot manages to provide a comfortable ride even on uneven surfaces.
The 2017 Pilot gets the traditional Honda efficiency and great build quality. Honda has made a lot of improvements in the infotainment features of the Pilot. Some controls lack physical knobs that can be a frustrating quality of the 2017 Honda Pilot Manual.
Despite all this, Pilot offers an attractive and intuitive touchscreen. Entry and exit into the Pilot become easy due to large doors and good seat heights. It offers highly adjustable driver seats along with a tilt/telescoping steering column. Both the first and second row of the Honda Pilot has loads of space, providing excellent headroom, legroom, and elbow room.
2017 Honda Pilot Manual Features & Reviews
The quality of the cabin materials is high for its segment. However, we expect better from Honda. You will find soft-touch plastics on the dashboard that get combined with high gloss trim and matte-finish display a shiny look. Most importantly, Honda Pilot offers a handy multiview backup camera.
The 2017 Honda Pilot Owners Manual distinguishes itself from other midsize SUVs. It refrains from a rugged look and comes with soft corners and rounded fenders. You will enjoy five trim levels with the 2017 Honda Pilot. LX is the base level, and then Pilot gradually moves gears with EX, Touring, EX-L, and Elite levels.
Pilot LX makes a lot of sense if you need the vehicle for basic family transportation and needs. It comes with cruise control, air conditioning, 18-inch alloy wheels, and 60/40-split folding third-row seat. Technological features include a seven-speaker audio system, USB port, auxiliary audio, 5-inch central touchscreen, and a rearview camera.
You also get Bluetooth that provides phone as well as audio connectivity. If you want more advanced equipment and safety features, you can choose upper trim levels accordingly. Unrefined nine-speed automatic and frustrating audio and climate controls are major drawbacks of the 2017 Honda Pilot Owners Manual.