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2019-2020 Honda Pilot: Everything You Need to Know

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Honda updated its three-row Pilot SUV for 2019 with subtle styling tweaks, more standard safety features and an updated touchscreen system with a physical volume knob replacing the previous touch-only screen (woo-hoo!).

The Pilot has seating for seven or eight and competes in a class that’s being constantly updated against a fierce bunch of solid competitors, such as the Hyundai Palisade, Cars.com’s Best of 2020 vehicle, and the Volkswagen Atlas, winner of Cars.com Family Car of the Year award.

Related: Which SUVs Have the Most Cargo Space in 2019?

Shop the 2020 Honda Pilot near you

Used
2020 Honda Pilot AWD EX-L
54,726 mi.
$25,950
Used
2020 Honda Pilot 2WD EX-L
35,805 mi.
$26,320 $680 price drop

For 2020, the Pilot returns unchanged. Interested in this people mover that excels for its blend of cargo room and value? We’ve driven it, compared it back-to-back with rivals and also covered pricing, specs and more. Below is a roundup of our comprehensive coverage, which can tell you everything you need to know about the 2019-20 Honda Pilot:

2020 Honda Pilot Review: Showing Its Age

2020 Honda Pilot Gets New Top-of-the-Line Black Edition, $100 Hike

What’s the Best 3-Row SUV for 2020?

How Do Car Seats Fit in a 2020 Honda Pilot?

2019 Pilot Vs. 2019 Passport

Auto Show Face-Off: 2020 Ford Explorer Vs. 2019 Honda Pilot

Revised 2019 Honda Pilot, Insight Crash Top Safety Pick Plus Party

2019 Honda Pilot First Drive: Tweaked, Not Transformed

2019 Honda Pilot First Drive Video: Halfway There

Updates for 2019 Put Honda Pilot Back on Flight Path

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