2005 Honda Pilot Overview


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Average User Score

4.95 stars

Based on 16 reviews

Best Suv Value For Money by Carmina
 — Top of the line SUV c/w DVD player. Added Scorpion Parelli tires to fill out the wheel well. Handles great! Long distance trips to the mountains ,desert, city goes the distance. The body is a solid... Read More
Perfect Family Car...on Kind Of A Budget. by Matty
 — what a car, for a v6 that vtec really hauls ass! its Japanese and its a truck and its all quality made! its an amazing looking truck when its waxed and clean its actually pretty sharp. gas is so so bu... Read More
My Honda Pilot by Ashley
 — gets great gas milage, is very smooth riding handles curves and ice well. The standard sound system is very nice, and i really love the 40/60 seats that fold down, have the third row seating has come ... Read More

2005 Honda Pilot Overview

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2005 Honda Pilot

The roomy, eight-passenger Honda Pilot for 2005 has a few new features including an increase in power. The engine is still a 3.5-liter, V-6, now with a horsepower increase from 240 to 255-hp. Even with this increase, the Pilot still could use more muscle in terms of towing capacity.

There are a number of less significant changes, however a few new safety features are added. Perhaps the most important is a slight modification to the frame that improves crash test results. The result for you is a safer cabin in which to drive. Even with these great testing scores, it would be nice to see curtain side airbags in the back. Another new safety item is the tire pressure-monitoring device. Being able to maintain proper tire pressure can help with tire wear, fuel efficiency, and better driving control.

Even with the large storage capacity and 4WD, the Pilot is still limited as far as off-road driving. Honda's smart design however is good on gas and for the environment. The going price range for the 2005 Pilot is anywhere from $21,000 to $27,800.


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Honda Pilot Questions


My 2005 Pilot Key Won;t Lock The Car When I Push The Bottom On My Key Faab....

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2005 Honda Pilot Brake Question

I replaced the front pads and bled the entire brake system but the car still feels like it has a soft pedal. Can you suggest what it might be?

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2005 Honda Pilot Fuel System Information

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