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EX AWD
Avg. Price: $9,234
EX-L AWD
Avg. Price: $9,536
LX AWD
Avg. Price: $8,231

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4.65 stars

Based on 17 reviews

Dependable, Smooth, Quick (for An Suv), And Great! by Daniel
 — So, I drive a 2004 Honda Pilot EX. This car is simply great. It has a 3.5L VTEC V6 engine that produces 242 horespower and 240 lb.-ft. torque. For an SUV, the Pilot is quick. It will do 0-60, and to... Read More
Best Midsized Suv For The Price by Fedor
 — Great family car. Lots of room to put a bunch of people in. Haven't had any problems with it so far, and it has 70000 miles on it. Powerful V6 3.5L VTEC engine makes it a quick SUV. Doesnt look big on... Read More
Decent Mid-size Suv by Sarah
 — Overall a great vehicle with excellent MPG for its size, but it lately developed a problem with the PCM and nothing changed when we got the PCM replaced. Interior and exterior are great, easy to drive... Read More

2004 Honda Pilot Overview

Overall User Score

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Based on 17 reviews

2004 Honda Pilot

In 2004, all Honda vehicles came with a seatbelt warning light. The 2004 Pilot EX model with leather seats also had seat-warmers installed. All Pilots now have an improved navigation system as well as clearer access to the rear seats.

In addition to the quality and dependability we expect from Honda, the 2004 Pilot is a very comfortable ride that is easy to maneuver in any traffic and/or weather condition. Part of the beauty of this vehicle is the unibody construction in combination with an independent 4-wheel suspension system. This allows you to feel more like you're driving a car, instead of a big van. Still, consumer ratings for this vehicle are about 9.0 / 10.0.

Even though most of the Pilots are well stocked with many added features, the more accessories you want, the more it might affect the price. Therefore there is a wide range in pricing for the 2004 Pilot from around $17,000 to $29,000.

As for safety, the Pilot scored 5 out of a possible 5-stars in both front and side crash tests conducted by the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration. In addition, the 2004 Pilot has front-side airbags, though curtain side airbags in the back are still not available.

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Honda Pilot Questions

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I Am Told I Should Replace My Timing Belt On My 2004 Pilot. My Car Has Onl...

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Laney
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2004 Honda Pilot Throwing P0740 Code.

My 2004 pilot has had the check engine light on for sometime. Finally took it in to a friend's shop and they read the code - P0740. They turned it off and had me drive it and it came back on within 20...

9,091 views with 14 answers (last answer about a week ago)
Jedehut
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Check Engine Light Comes On 2004 Honda Pilot

A repair shop said that it's possible air leak in the fuel recovery system. The code is P1456. the unit runs great. Am I hurting by running with light on?

24 views with 3 answers (last answer about a week ago)
sstwl1
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Whats The Only Plug In The Main Fuse Box That Has A Wire Harness

car wont go in gear power locks wont work no lights nothing at all

14 views with 1 answer (last answer 2 weeks ago)
dfa
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Noise Sounds Like Tire Is Not Aligned Or Out Of Balance - New Tires Balance...

on smooth road surface at 40 mph+ sounds like a tire is out of alignment or not balanced. replaced with new goodyear assurance tires balanced and aligned

15 views with 1 answer (last answer 2 weeks ago)