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2019 Honda Pilot vs 2018 Honda Pilot

2019 Honda Pilot vs 2018 Honda Pilot

The Honda Pilot is a stylish three-row SUV, and for 2019 it offers even more features than it did in previous model years. You can see what we mean with our comprehensive 2019 Honda Pilot vs 2018 Honda Pilot comparison. There are a lot of safety features that were available in 2018 but have now become standard or have at least filtered down to lower trim levels of the Pilot. Find out if the feature you want is available on the trim level that you have been considering.

Want to see what trim levels are currently available in Meridian? Then check out the new Pilot inventory that we have at Meridian Honda by clicking the link below. Want to see how the 2019 and 2018 Honda Pilot models compare? Then see our in-depth analysis below.



2019 Honda Pilot

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2018 Honda Pilot

Available 4G LTE Wi-Fi Not Available
Standard on all trims Honda Sensing® Standard on EX trims and higher
Standard on EX trims and higher Rear Cross Traffic Alert Standard on Touring and Elite trims
Standard on EX trims and higher Blind Spot Monitoring Standard on Elite trims

What’s new for the 2019 Honda Pilot?

One of the most interesting feature inclusions for the new model year is 4G LTE Wi-Fi availability. Now you can connect your device right through your car whether it’s your smartphone, tablet, or laptop. Along with this feature, other Pilot upgrades include features like a larger rear entertainment system (available on EX-L and standard on the Touring and above), the CabinTalk™ in-car PA system (standard on EX and above), and a new Display Audio touchscreen (standard on EX and above).

In case you didn’t know, Honda Sensing® is going to become standard equipment on all Honda models within the next four years, and with the 2019 model, it’s already standard equipment on the Pilot. This safety suite includes a lane keeping assist system, adaptive cruise control, forward collision warning, and more.

There are other safety features that have filtered down to more of the Pilot lineup for 2019 too. Rear cross traffic alert was previously only available on the Touring and Elite trims and now you can get it on the EX and EX-L trims too. Blind Spot Monitoring was previously even more exclusive as it was only available on the Elite trim, but now it too can be had on the EX, EX-L, or Touring trims.

If you have any questions about the new Pilot in Meridian, then feel free to reach out to the Meridian Honda team with the link below. We look forward to hearing from you and we can’t wait to provide you with answers.