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For the Honda Pilot 2019 is a Good Year

For the Honda Pilot, 2019 is a Good Year

A compact vehicle isn’t always going to do the trick. It’s especially true if you need room for more than five people or you’re adventures lead you off the beaten path. You need an SUV with more interior space, more versatility, and better capability like the Honda Pilot. 2019 brings new design cues and even more features, giving you even more reasons to buy the Honda Pilot.

What’s New for the 2019 Honda Pilot?

Aggressive Styling

It starts with more dramatic features in the front and the rear. The Honda Pilot 2019 has chiseled, well-defined grille and lighting notes with the Honda ‘Flying Wing’ design tied in. LED lighting is available or standard, and ruggedly-styled 18- or 20-inch wheels are used across the board.

Standard Honda Sensing Technologies

For the Honda Pilot 2019 brings with it standard Honda Sensing tech. Collision Mitigation Braking System, Road Departure Mitigation, Lane Keeping Assist System, Adaptive Cruise Control, and several other Honda Sensing features are standard on all trims. For you, that means more confidence and peace of mind as you drive your family around KCMO’s crazy traffic and beyond.

All-New Display Audio System

The people have spoken and Honda has answered. The available Display Audio system is better than ever with simplified menus and controls, customizable shortcuts, and a larger screen. As well, Display Audio includes a 4G LTE Wi-Fi hotspot. And across all trims, Apple CarPlay and Android Auto help you stay connected while you drive. Bluetooth Hands-Free audio streaming and phone capabilities mean a safer way to connect without taking your hands off the steering wheel.

CabinControl and CabinTalk

With the awesome interior space for up to eight, the Honda Pilot keeps everyone close. CabinControl is a downloadable app that allows users to control some functions inside the Pilot – things like the audio system, rear climate controls, and Rear Entertainment System. And CabinTalk lets the driver be heard in the backseat better than ever. At the press of a button, their voice transmits through the rear speakers or headphones.

Rear Entertainment System

Speaking of rear seat entertainment, the new 2019 Honda Pilot’s is state of the art. With a 10.2-inch roof-mounted flip-down screen, users can tie in Apple TV, Roku, or gaming consoles, or stream content through their own devices. How cool is that? There’s so much to discover for the Honda Pilot. 2019 models are in stock, but won’t last long at Jay Wolfe Honda in Kansas City. Stop in to take one for a test drive, but be careful – you might be driving one home!