The 2017 Honda Pilot Technology Features Give Drivers More

  • 2017 Honda Pilot

    Here’s one quick way to see if an SUV is more of a leader than a follower: Look at its features. The 2017 Honda Pilot technology features show New England drivers that it’s continuing to push the envelope. Between the Pilot’s advanced connectivity technologies, safety features, and modern conveniences, it’s giving drivers a new idea of what a modern SUV looks like. Browse its technology features below and then see them in person at a New England Honda Dealer near you.


It can be difficult to go too long without checking in on your phone, and the 2017 Honda Pilot technology features do well to keep you connected while out and about.


Honda Pilot Bluetooth Connectivity

Bluetooth: Pair a Bluetooth-compatible device with the Pilot’s infotainment system and it will sync up automatically whenever you start the vehicle for convenient, wireless, hands-free phone calls and streaming audio.

Honda Pilot Display Screen & Radio Options

Apple CarPlay and Android Auto: Take connectivity to new heights with the Pilot’s available Android Auto and Apple CarPlay systems, bringing a seamless bridge between SUV and smartphone and delivering familiar apps to your touchscreen.

Honda Pilot Hondalink

HondaLink: Honda’s exclusive telematics system delivers your music, podcasts, radio, social media feeds, and more to the Pilot, and the smartphone app makes it easier than ever to schedule service and maintenance appointments.

Honda Pilot Navigation

Navigation: Found on Touring and Elite trims, the satellite-linked navigation system brings turn-by-turn directions to the Pilot, complete with 3D mapping, points of interest, lane guiding, and more.


This SUV is designed to make your life a bit easier, seating as many as eight passengers, towing up to 5,000 pounds, and sporting an energetic and efficient engine under the hood. These 2017 Honda Pilot technology features give the cabin a similar kind of convenience:


Honda Pilot Rear Console USB Outlets

USB and Power Outlets: Gone are the days of searching for a free outlet; the Pilot has as many as five USB ports, up to three 12-volt outlets, two auxiliary headphone jacks, a 115-volt power outlet, and an HDMI port.

Honda Pilot Push Button Start

Push-Button Start: Honda’s SUV can sense when your keys are near, letting you simply slide into the driver’s seat, buckle your seat belt, and push the “start” button to head out on the road. Quick, easy, and convenient.

Honda Pilot Homelink System

HomeLink Remote: Consign your gate remotes and garage door controls to the glovebox with the HomeLink remote, programmable with up to three different codes. Just push a button on the in-vehicle unit to open up the gate or garage door.

Honda Pilot Memory Driver Seat

Driver Memory Settings: The Pilot has multiple driver memory options, letting you simply push a button to revert some of your settings to exactly where you like them.


Whether it’s a road trip with the kids or the daily commute to work, the entertainment features of the Pilot help ensure you’re not bored behind the wheel.


Honda Pilot Interior

Stereo: A 200-watt seven-speaker stereo is standard (available with a 225-watt amplifier, too), while Touring and Elite models feature a 540-watt stereo with 10 speakers (and subwoofer). Enjoy audio in high quality from USB, Bluetooth, auxiliary input, SiriusXM, HD Radio, Pandora, and more.

Honda Pilot Interior Dashboard

High-Resolution Display: The 8-inch touchscreen display features WVGA 800×480 high-resolution graphics that’s customizable to add a personal touch to your in-dash screen.

Honda Pilot Rear Entertainment System

Rear Entertainment System: The rear entertainment system of the Pilot is available on EX-L and higher trims and includes a 9-inch screen, DVD/Blu-ray playback, and an available power port and HDMI input for a gaming console.


We love all of the features we’ve covered so far, but the most important 2017 Honda Pilot technology features are the advanced safety amenities:


Honda Pilot Rearview Camera

Rearview Camera: Each Pilot includes a multi-angle rearview camera with guidelines as a standard feature, making it easy to back up with confidence, helping to keep the rear of the SUV looking pristine.

Honda Pilot Lanewatch

Honda LaneWatch: Found on EX, EX-L, and Touring models, this blind-spot camera is mounted on the passenger-side mirror and offers you an extended view of what’s in the passenger-side blind spot.

Honda Pilot Blind Spot Information System

Blind-Spot Sensors: The Pilot Elite trades the LaneWatch system for a pair of radar sensors, one on each rear side of the Pilot. An in-dash indicator lights up when it senses there’s a vehicle in either of those blind spots—always remember to check visually before changing lanes, though.

Honda Pilot Collision Mitigation Braking System

Honda Sensing: Available on EX and EX-L and standard on the Touring and Elite models, Honda Sensing is a new suite of driver-assistance features that includes Adaptive Cruise Control, Forward Collision Warning, Lane Departure Warning, Lane Keeping Assist, Collision Mitigation Braking, and Road Departure Mitigation.

Test Drive a Pilot

We’ve given you a pretty long list of standard and available amenities, but we think it takes just one test drive to discover how intuitive the 2017 Honda Pilot technology features are. Visit a New England Honda Dealer near you today to experience the Pilot firsthand, from the best seat in the house: the driver’s.

New England Honda Dealers


Phone: (877) 770-8091

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