Overview

An all-new technology of Honda’s three-row Pilot SUV is on its means for the 2023 mannequin 12 months. Details are nonetheless hazy, however the firm has launched a teaser picture of a camouflaged TrailSport variant on a distant rocky mountainside, which makes us suppose the Pilot will probably be going for a extra rugged vibe this time round. We don’t have any particulars but on the 2023 Pilot’s accessible powertrains, however traditionally, the mid-size crossover has been provided with V-6 energy. Honda has stated just lately that it plans to focus more on hybrid powertrains, so we may even see the corporate drop in {a partially} electrical setup right here as nicely. The present mannequin is powered by a 280-hp V-6, so both means, it stands to purpose that the brand new one will probably be at the very least as highly effective. It would possibly even get a model of the TLX’s turbocharged V-6 to maintain up with extra highly effective class rivals just like the Ford Bronco and Jeep Grand Cherokee. All-wheel drive will doubtless be an choice on most fashions, however we anticipate the Pilot to stay on a front-wheel-drive-based platform.

What’s New for 2023?

The Pilot will probably be totally redesigned for 2023, full with up to date styling to match the latest fashions within the Honda lineup, such because the smaller CR-V SUV and the Civic compact sedan and hatchback. We anticipate to see the manufacturing mannequin debut in fall 2022 and go on sale in early 2023.

Pricing and Which One to Buy

EX

$40,000 (est)

EX-L

$42,000 (est)

Trailsport

$46,000 (est)

Touring

$48,000 (est)

Elite

$52,000 (est)

Although every part in regards to the 2023 Pilot will probably be new for 2023, we anticipate the pricing to stick intently to that of the outgoing 2022 mannequin. That would imply a beginning worth of round $40,000, with higher-end trims reaching as much as and past the $50,000 mark.

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As extra info turns into accessible, we’ll replace this story with extra particulars about:

  • Engine, Transmission, and Performance
  • Fuel Economy and Real-World MPG
  • Interior, Comfort, and Cargo
  • Infotainment and Connectivity
  • Safety and Driver-Assistance Features
  • Warranty and Maintenance Coverage

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