The Pilot’s commitment to safety is built directly into its structure. ACE body structure utilizes a network of frame structures to absorb crash energy and distribute it away from the passengers inside. It also minimizes the force transferred back to the other vehicle involved, keeping everyone safer.
At first glance, the passive safety features that make up the Honda Pilot might go unnoticed, but the airbags, seat belts, and locks help the Pilot earn remarkable safety ratings and are there to protect everyone inside should a collision occur.
Every model of the Pilot comes equipped with active safety features that take center stage when you need them most. These features help the Pilot keep good tractive control with the road, come to a complete stop more safely in an emergency braking situation, and ensure that the Pilot is clearly visible to other drivers while also illuminating the road ahead.
Every model of the Honda Pilot comes equipped with a multi-angle rearview camera that allows drivers to check their surroundings before backing out. And with guidelines as a standard feature and dynamic guidelines as an upgrade on the upper trim levels, drivers can maneuver in and out of tight spaces even more easily.
Standard on the EX, EX-L, and Touring models, Honda LaneWatch utilizes a small camera mounted on the passenger-side mirror to display a live video feed of activity going on in the driver’s blind spot. The video displays on the 8-inch Display Audio touchscreen inside and allows drivers to see up to four times more than using the mirrors alone.
As drivers explore the upper trim levels, they’ll discover more features and technology geared toward safety—from giving drivers quicker and more seamless access to the Pilot with Smart Entry to a navigation system that makes getting lost in unfamiliar areas a thing of the past.