Honda Pilot 0-60 times

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2020 Honda Pilot 0-60 times, all trims

Trim0-60 times, 1/4 mile

2019 Honda Pilot 0-60 times, all trims

Trim0-60 times, 1/4 mile

Car And Driver Results

Zero to 60 mph 6.0 sec
Zero to 100 mph 16.7 sec
Source: С&D

2018 Honda Pilot 0-60 times, all trims

Trim0-60 times, 1/4 mile
LX 4dr All-wheel Drive
6 sec, 14.6 @ 95
EX 4dr All-wheel Drive
6 sec, 14.6 @ 95
EX-L 4dr All-wheel Drive
6 sec, 14.6 @ 95
Touring 4dr All-wheel Drive
6 sec, 14.6 @ 95
Elite 4dr All-wheel Drive
6 sec, 14.6 @ 95
LX 4dr Front-wheel Drive
6.5 sec, 15.1 @ 91
EX 4dr Front-wheel Drive
6.5 sec, 15.1 @ 91
EX-L 4dr Front-wheel Drive
6.5 sec, 15.1 @ 92
Touring 4dr Front-wheel Drive
6.5 sec, 15.1 @ 92

Car And Driver Results

2017 Honda Pilot 0-60 times, all trims

Trim0-60 times, 1/4 mile
LX 4dr All-wheel Drive
280 Hp, 262 Lb-Ft., 4220 Weight, 18 City / 26 Hwy mpg
6 sec, 14.6 @ 95
EX 4dr All-wheel Drive
280 Hp, 262 Lb-Ft., 4239 Weight, 18 City / 26 Hwy mpg
6 sec, 14.6 @ 95
EX-L 4dr All-wheel Drive
280 Hp, 262 Lb-Ft., 4284 Weight, 18 City / 26 Hwy mpg
6 sec, 14.6 @ 95
Touring 4dr All-wheel Drive
280 Hp, 262 Lb-Ft., 4303 Weight, 19 City / 26 Hwy mpg
6 sec, 14.6 @ 95
Elite 4dr All-wheel Drive
280 Hp, 262 Lb-Ft., 4317 Weight, 19 City / 26 Hwy mpg
6 sec, 14.6 @ 95
LX 4dr Front-wheel Drive
280 Hp, 262 Lb-Ft., 4054 Weight, 19 City / 27 Hwy mpg
6.5 sec, 15.1 @ 91
EX 4dr Front-wheel Drive
280 Hp, 262 Lb-Ft., 4074 Weight, 19 City / 27 Hwy mpg
6.5 sec, 15.1 @ 91
EX-L 4dr Front-wheel Drive
280 Hp, 262 Lb-Ft., 4118 Weight, 19 City / 27 Hwy mpg
6.5 sec, 15.1 @ 92
Touring 4dr Front-wheel Drive
280 Hp, 262 Lb-Ft., 4140 Weight, 20 City / 27 Hwy mpg
6.5 sec, 15.1 @ 92

Car And Driver Results

Zero to 60 mph 6.0 sec
Zero to 100 mph 17.2 sec
Rolling start, 5-60 mph 6.3 sec
Top gear, 30-50 mph 3.5 sec
Top gear, 50-70 mph 4.7 sec
Standing ¼-mile 14.8 sec @ 94 mph
Braking, 70-0 mph 183 ft
Roadholding, 300-ft-dia skidpad 0.80 g
Source: С&D

2016 Honda Pilot 0-60 times, all trims

Trim0-60 times, 1/4 mile
LX 4dr 4x4
280 Hp, 262 Lb-Ft., 4220 Weight
6 sec, 14.6 @ 95
EX 4dr 4x4
280 Hp, 262 Lb-Ft., 4239 Weight
6 sec, 14.6 @ 95
EX-L 4dr 4x4
280 Hp, 262 Lb-Ft., 4284 Weight
6 sec, 14.6 @ 95
Touring 4dr 4x4
280 Hp, 262 Lb-Ft., 4303 Weight
6 sec, 14.6 @ 95
Elite 4dr 4x4
280 Hp, 262 Lb-Ft., 4317 Weight
6 sec, 14.6 @ 95
LX 4dr Front-wheel Drive
280 Hp, 262 Lb-Ft., 4054 Weight
6.5 sec, 15.1 @ 91
EX 4dr Front-wheel Drive
280 Hp, 262 Lb-Ft., 4074 Weight
6.5 sec, 15.1 @ 91
EX-L 4dr Front-wheel Drive
280 Hp, 262 Lb-Ft., 4118 Weight
6.5 sec, 15.1 @ 91
Touring 4dr Front-wheel Drive
280 Hp, 262 Lb-Ft., 4140 Weight
6.5 sec, 15.1 @ 91

Car And Driver Results

Zero to 60 mph 6.0 sec
Zero to 100 mph 16.7 sec
Rolling start, 5-60 mph 6.2 sec
Top gear, 30-50 mph 3.5 sec
Top gear, 50-70 mph 4.6 sec
Standing ¼-mile 14.6 sec @ 95 mph
Braking, 70-0 mph 172 ft
Roadholding, 300-ft-dia skidpad 0.81 g
Source: С&D


Honda Pilot 0-60 mph acceleration across years

Year of a Model0-60 times, Quarter mile
2018 6 - 6.5 sec, 14.6 @ 95 - 15.1 @ 91 mph
2017 6 - 6.5 sec, 14.6 @ 95 - 15.1 @ 91 mph
2016 6 - 6.5 sec, 14.6 @ 95 - 15.1 @ 91 mph
2015 7.2 - 8.2 sec, 15.2 @ 90 - 16.1 @ 88 mph
2014 7.2 - 8.2 sec, 15.2 @ 90 - 16.2 @ 88 mph
2013 7.2 - 8.2 sec, 15.2 @ 90 - 16.2 @ 88 mph
2012 7.2 - 8.2 sec, 15.2 @ 90 - 16.1 @ 88 mph
2011 7.2 - 8.6 sec, 15.3 @ 85 - 16.6 @ 83 mph
2010 7.2 - 8.6 sec, 15.3 @ 85 - 16.6 @ 83 mph
2009 7.2 - 8.7 sec, 15.4 @ 85 - 16.6 @ 83 mph
2008 7.5 - 8.9 sec, 15.6 @ 84 - 16.8 @ 82 mph
2007 7.5 - 8.9 sec, 15.6 @ 84 - 16.8 @ 82 mph
2006 7.5 - 8.9 sec, 15.6 @ 84 - 16.8 @ 82 mph
2005 7 sec, 15.3 @ 83 mph
2004 7.5 sec, 15.6 @ 81 mph
2003 7.5 sec, 15.6 @ 81 mph

Honda Pilot competitors' 0-60 mph acceleration

The Honda Pilot is a three-row mid-size crossover SUV that features a 3.5-liter, 280-horsepower, V6. All the power is channeled to the front or all four wheels via a 6-speed-automatic transmission. The upper-class Elite and Touring trims feature a 9-speed-automatic. The AWD system comes with torque vectoring which improves handling capabilities and provides modes for driving through mud, snow, and sand.

Honda also combines utility, safety, and style to give consumers a stress-free ride. The Pilot’s sheet metal saw a redesign last year. It’s now rounded and more organic. It blends well with the three-light side view and lower end. This produces a well-sculptured and elegant styling also seen in the Traverse, Rogue, and Santa Fe. The 2015 Honda Pilot had a plasticky and blocky design that wasn’t very appealing to the eye. The current model improves on its predecessor by including well-trimmed and finished materials.

The Pilot borrows a few design elements from the Accord and carries on the utility offered in the CR-V. The upper trims come with a larger touchscreen with the top-range models getting a glassy panel and panoramic roof. In all transmission options, the Pilot’s 262-pound-feet of torque and 280 horsepower can get the vehicle from 0 to 60 mph in 7 seconds. Consumers also get to listen to some soft engine noises from the 3.5-liter V6. The lower Pilots come with a 6-speed-automatic transmission that’s quite composed compared to the 9-speed automatic. It angles away at sweeping speed and doesn’t yank brusquely like the latter. The 9-speed transmissions found in the Elite and Touring also suffer from random jolting shifts. They can, however, double-downshift with two left-paddle clicks. They also hold gears longer. The Pilot has new dampers and springs that feature dual-path shocks. With the help of the multi-link rear controls and the strut front, these help to maintain body motions while providing an excellent ride on crusty road bumps. The handling is, however, looser when compared to that of rivaling SUVs such as the Buick Enclave. There’s also suspension noise and less control in wheel snap-back motions.

The steering is also light, offering drivers very little feel of what’s happening on the ground. The AWD system helps to split power between the rear wheels. This enables the Pilot to have more grip in mucky and wet conditions. The axles turn to apply pressure on one or both of the rear wheels when necessary. The system responds quite fast and has sharp reflexes. The Honda Pilot also comes with traction management, a system that allows drivers to select modes in order to handle snow, sand, normal or muddy rides. A 7.3-inch ground clearance improves on the all-weather capability. The Pilot can also tow up to 5,000 pounds.

The 2018 Honda Pilot is a family hauler that packs a spacious interior and is built strong enough to handle all forms of off-roading. There’s enough comfort and luxury for all eight passengers. The only downsides are the overly-sensitive safety features and the shifty 9-speed transmission. It, however, remains to be a top choice in its class.
 

William Mutugi


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