Inside the Pilot, drivers can expect lots of cargo room. The second and third row of seats can be folded down to create several different interior configurations to accommodate more cargo when you need it without taking away space for passengers. When you need the most cargo space, fold down all the rear seats for a total cargo volume of 109 cubic feet. The cargo area also features:
The Pilot accommodates a total of 8 passengers. The top-tier Touring and Elite models have available and standard captain’s chairs respectively in the 2nd row, bringing the seating capacity to 7 passengers. Spacious in every row, even tall adults in the 2nd or 3rd row will have plenty of head, leg, and hip room to sit comfortably, even on longer trips.
With multiple storage options for smaller cargo items, the Pilot can stay organized and tidy, often freeing up leg and hip room for passengers.
For drivers who need to tow large and heavier loads, such as trailers, boats, and RVs, consider choosing the Pilot with AWD which can tow up to 5,000 lbs. Attempting to tow a load that exceeds your vehicles limits is dangerous and harmful to the mechanics of your Pilot, but for many drivers who need to tow smaller trailers, teardrop campers, jet skis, and the like, the standard 2WD configuration might be more than enough, with a towing capacity of 3,500 lbs.
The Pilot has a number of available interior accessories to help keep the cabin organized and tidy, which ultimately frees up space for more cargo and makes finding what you need when you need it easy.
With available exterior accessories, including crossbars and roof attachments, drivers can store more cargo items up top and free up space inside the cabin. Hit the slopes with your skis and snowboards secured on the roof or explore the lake with a kayak.