Last post on Feb 02, 2013 at 2:52 PM
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Honda Pilot, SUV
#122 of 129 Family of 5
Aug 06, 2008 (2:34 pm)
This thread is aging a bit...thought I would throw in a post and meet more of the current folks around.
Living just south of Houston, our 2008 Black Pilot SE is the newest designated family truckster for our family of 5. With kids at ages, 1,2, and 6, we have lots of potential to to explore in just how versatile this vehicle can and will be. So far, excellent experience in first three months...this is our 5th Honda so we certaionly have expectations on board, too.
First road trip last weekend: 1100 miles averaging 65-75 mph with resulting 22 mpg. DVD/RES well broken in with the young set of eyes in back. We're coming out of an 01 Trooper and before that a 94 Grand Cherokee. Loving the additional space and of course the Honda experience.
Pics will follow if there's anyone still active here...well, links to some pics I guess.
#123 of 129 Re: Family of 5 [pablo9]
Aug 20, 2008 (5:58 pm)
I'm still here, but with the summer months running strong, I have the Honey Do List's from you-know-where.
#124 of 129 2005 honda pilot cross bars
Nov 01, 2009 (8:51 am)
I need to use a soft sided luggage bag & I am about to order cross bars - does anyone have any advice for me. Thanks!
#126 of 129 Best SUV on the road !
Jan 16, 2010 (8:45 pm)
The Honda Pilot will NOT disappoint! It is a comfortable, smooth ride, great for interstate driving. Lots of room & beverage holders. Most important, it is very reliable. Great on snow & ice. Gas mileage is great for this size SUV, has great features and the interior is very well made. I plan to drive a Pilot forever.
#129 of 129 Update....
Feb 02, 2013 (2:52 pm)
Well to let you all know how things are going. "The Beast" is now just shy of 99k at 6.5 years old. Still running strong and has been through alot of stuff. No major problems have surfaced and only had to take care of little things (lights, tires, ext.).