When you choose the best family crossover in America, it's all about character.
When you choose the best family crossover in America, it’s all about character.
When summer arrives, America hits the road in a three-row family crossover. We do, too.
Ugly outside. Ugly inside.
The Pilot wasn't around when this Saab ad debuted, but the descriptor is spot-on when applied to this Honda vehicle: "No unpleasant surprises. No pleasant ones, either."
I wouldn't consider this an 8 passenger, 2 - 3 - 2 is more ideal. But yes you still have plenty of headroom in the 3rd row. The real gem to this is the cylinder deactivation. Combined MPG is around the high 19's to around 21. I do agree the "sea of grey & black" hard plastics need to go. I would like to see a 6 speed auto. I would like to see standard blind spot mirrors. (a low vehicle next to you can be difficult to see). The cargo area is tight when the 3rd row is up, I would make a parcel shelf standard. When the 3rd row is down the cargo area is fantastic. The power lift gate needs multiple stops. I'd still get another one, tons of room, decent power, good fuel economy for it's size & you are not driving a boat.