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By Cars.com Staff
September 12, 2013
This four-door five-seat pickup breaks from traditional truck design with unitized body construction instead of the body-on-frame layout used by other truck manufacturers. While many truck aficionados don't like this type of construction, Honda capitalizes on it by providing extra interior room and cargo space, along with more carlike handling. Competitors include the Toyota Tacoma and Nissan Frontier.
New for 2014 A new Special Edition model features a standard navigation system, 18-inch alloy wheels with black-trimmed spokes, a tailgate badge and black exterior trim borrowed from the Sport model.
17- or 18-inch wheels
5-foot-long cargo bed with eight tie-down locations
Four cargo area lights
Tailgate drops down or opens like a swing gate
8.5-cubic-foot trunk in cargo bed
Power-sliding rear window
Available power moonroof
Black mesh grille, black-trimmed headlight bezels, 18-inch black wheels (Sport)
Available leather-trimmed seats, heated front seats
60/40-split rear seat folds up for more cargo space
Air conditioning; available dual-zone automatic air conditioning
CD stereo; available six-CD stereo with subwoofer
Available navigation system
Available Bluetooth connectivity
Under the Hood
250-horsepower, 3.5-liter V-6 engine with 247 pounds-feet of torque
Engine uses regular gas
Five-speed automatic transmission
Standard four-wheel drive
5,000-pound towing capacity
Side-impact airbags for the front seats
Side curtain airbags
Active front head restraints
Electronic stability system
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