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Average User Score
4.6 ⁄ 5 stars
Based on 25 reviews
2003 Honda Pilot Overview
Overall User Score
Based on 25 reviews
The Honda Pilot is completely new in 2003, replacing the Honda Passport SUV. This is a full mid-size SUV that carries eight passengers, a V-6, 240-hp engine, and 4WD. Even with all the great features, it is not a workhorse dropping consumer ratings to about 9.0 / 10.0.
It is no surprise this Honda is rated highly by consumers. The 2003 Pilot carries forward all the traditional Honda trademarks such as quality, dependability, clean running, safe and economical. In case you don't have eight passengers, you may fold down the back two rows of seats to create enormous storage space.
The 3.5-liter engine supplies enough power to move this vehicle through traffic, and down the highway - but not so far off the road. Even with the larger engine, the Honda smart design is good on gas and on the environment.
Prices for used cars often vary, though it is safe to say that a price range between $14,000 and $22,500 for a 2003 Pilot is pretty accurate for a vehicle in good condition. All Pilot models have front-side airbags and are equipped with ABS disk brakes. In both front and side crash tests conducted by the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, the 2003 Pilot score 5 out of a possible 5-stars.
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Honda Pilot Questions
I Have A 2003 Honda Pilot The Screen In Front Of Transmission Gets Glod Up ...
2003 Pilot Lx Awd Drivers Seat Malfunction Seat Possition Motors, Seat Fram...
My Car Cranks And Does Turnover. My Dashboard Lights Also Stay On. I Fixe...
All The Interior Lights Just Started Flashing While I Was Driving, Any Idea...
The hatch light just came on showing that the hatch isn't closed, however, it is closed. Then all of the interior lights came on and started to flash on and off as I was driving. At first I thought ...
Transmission Oil Chance
2003 honda pilot never change transmission oil,some advice should i do it now or never and just fill up,some people say it will give trouble because of sediments in transmission case.help