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2008 Honda Pilot Trims

EX

15 national listings
Avg. Price: $15,262

A carryover from the previous year and nearing the end of its current design cycle, the 2008 Honda Pilot EX might look a bit dated to drivers, especially when compared to some of the newer SUVs and crossover vehicles in showrooms today. But its functional design provides plenty of interior space for large and busy families, with enough room to comfortably eight passengers.

What's more, the Pilot EX offers an upgraded list of standard features, which includes an eight-way power-adjustable driver's seat, a synchronized automatic climate control system, fog lights, and a second-row fold-down activity tray.

Other standard features include front bucket seats, power windows and door locks, a roof rack, rear privacy glass, steering-wheel-mounted audio controls, cruise control, a remote entry system, and a seven-speaker AM/FM stereo system with XM satellite radio and a six-disc CD changer.

A traction control system, Brake Assist, and antilock brakes aid drivers in emergency situations, while a 244-horsepower, 3.5-liter i-VTEC V6 engine provides plenty of power for just about any driving situation. The engine links to a five-speed automatic transmission designed for fuel efficiency and smooth shifting.

EX 4WD

Avg. Price: $15,774

Drivers seeking a well-equipped mid-size SUV with four-wheel-drive capability and plenty of safety features can opt for the 2008 Honda Pilot EX 4WD.

In addition to offering such features as an eight-way power-adjustable driver's seat, a synchronized automatic climate control system, and a second-row fold-down activity tray, the Pilot EX 4WD also comes with a VTM-4 (Variable Torque Management) four-wheel-drive system, which automatically switches into extreme low-traction mode when driving on ice, mud, or loose gravel. The system provides the Pilot EX 4WD with a towing capacity of 4,500 pounds.

The Pilot was named a Top Safety Pick for 2007 by the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety and received a five-star rating in front- and side-impact testing by the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, attesting to its many safety features.

Other standard features for the Pilot EX 4WD include front bucket seats, power windows and door locks, a roof rack, rear privacy glass, steering-wheel-mounted audio controls, cruise control, a remote entry system, and a seven-speaker AM/FM stereo system with XM satellite radio and a six-disc CD changer.

A traction control system, Brake Assist, and antilock brakes aid drivers in emergency situations, while a 244-horsepower, 3.5-liter i-VTEC V6 engine provides plenty of power for just about any driving situation. The engine links to a five-speed automatic transmission designed for fuel efficiency and smooth shifting.

Although the Pilot EX 4WD continues to sport a somewhat dated design, the SUV provides plenty of interior space for large and busy families, with enough room to comfortably eight passengers.

EX-L

Avg. Price: $16,346

Essentially a carryover model from the previous year, the 2008 Honda Pilot EX-L offers drivers an upgraded luxury package that includes such features as leather-trimmed seats that are heated in the front, special door panel inserts, and a power moonroof with a tilt feature.

Other standard features for the 2008 Pilot EX-L include an eight-way power-adjustable driver's seat, a synchronized automatic climate control system, power windows and door locks, steering-wheel-mounted audio controls, cruise control, a remote entry system, and a seven-speaker AM/FM stereo system with XM satellite radio and a six-disc CD changer.

Safety features include traction control, Brake Assist, and antilock brakes, while a 244-horsepower, 3.5-liter i-VTEC V6 engine provides plenty of power. The engine links to a five-speed automatic transmission designed for fuel efficiency and smooth shifting.

The 2008 Honda Pilot EX-L might look a bit dated to some drivers, especially when compared to some of the newer SUVs and crossover vehicles in showrooms today. But its functional design comfortably seats eight and provides plenty of interior space for large and busy families, as well as adventuring drivers on the go.

EX-L 4WD

Avg. Price: $16,833

The 2008 Honda Pilot EX-L 4WD combines upgraded luxury features with four-wheel-drive capability for adventuring drivers for prefer an upscale set of wheels. Standard features include leather-trimmed seats that are heated in the front, special door panel inserts, and a power moonroof with a tilt feature.

The 2008 Pilot SE 4WD comes equipped with a VTM-4 (Variable Torque Management) four-wheel-drive system, which automatically switches into extreme low-traction mode when driving on ice, mud, or loose gravel. The system provides the Pilot EX-L 4WD with a towing capacity of 4,500 pounds.

Other standard features include an eight-way power-adjustable driver's seat, a synchronized automatic climate control system, power windows and door locks, steering-wheel-mounted audio controls, cruise control, a remote entry system, and a seven-speaker AM/FM stereo system with XM satellite radio and a six-disc CD changer.

Safety features include traction control, Brake Assist, and antilock brakes, while a 244-horsepower, 3.5-liter i-VTEC V6 engine provides plenty of power. The engine links to a five-speed automatic transmission designed for fuel efficiency and smooth shifting.

EX-L w/ DVD

12 national listings
Avg. Price: $16,433

EX-L w/ DVD 4WD

Avg. Price: $17,657

EX-L w/ Nav

Avg. Price: $17,099

EX-L w/ Nav 4WD

Avg. Price: $17,406

SE

Avg. Price: $15,281

A new model for 2008, the Honda Pilot SE adds a number of features to the standard Pilot package, including a power moonroof with a tilt feature and a DVD entertainment system for rear passengers.

The 2008 Pilot SE also comes with an extensive list of additional standard features, including an eight-way power-adjustable driver's seat, a synchronized automatic climate control system, power windows and door locks, steering-wheel-mounted audio controls, cruise control, a remote entry system, and a seven-speaker AM/FM stereo system with XM satellite radio and a six-disc CD changer.

A traction control system, Brake Assist, and antilock brakes aid drivers in emergency situations, while a 244-horsepower, 3.5-liter i-VTEC V6 engine provides plenty of power for just about any driving situation. The engine links to a five-speed automatic transmission designed for fuel efficiency and smooth shifting.

While the 2008 Honda Pilot is nearing the end of its current generation, as evidenced by its somewhat dated design, it remains a functional, well-equipped vehicle with enough room to comfortably seat eight passengers, so it offers plenty of interior space for large and busy families or adventuring drivers.

SE 4WD

Avg. Price: $16,231

A new model offering for 2008, the Honda Pilot SE 4WD combines four-wheel-drive capability with a high-end range of standard features that includes a power moonroof with a tilt feature and a DVD Rear Entertainment System.

For adventuring drivers, the 2008 Pilot SE 4WD comes equipped with a VTM-4 (Variable Torque Management) four-wheel-drive system, which automatically switches into extreme low-traction mode when driving on ice, mud, or loose gravel. The system provides the Pilot SE 4WD with a towing capacity of 4,500 pounds.

The 2008 Pilot SE 4WD also comes with an extensive list of additional standard features, including an eight-way power-adjustable driver's seat, a synchronized automatic climate control system, power windows and door locks, steering-wheel-mounted audio controls, cruise control, a remote entry system, and a seven-speaker AM/FM stereo system with XM satellite radio and a six-disc CD changer.

A traction control system, Brake Assist, and antilock brakes aid drivers in emergency situations, while a 244-horsepower, 3.5-liter i-VTEC V6 engine provides plenty of power for just about any driving situation. The engine links to a five-speed automatic transmission designed for fuel efficiency and smooth shifting.

While the 2008 Honda Pilot sports a somewhat dated design, since it's nearing the end of its current generation, it remains a functional, well-equipped vehicle that comfortably seats eight passengers and offers plenty of interior space for large and busy families or adventuring drivers.

VP

Avg. Price: $13,796

New for 2008, the Honda Pilot VP takes the place of the LX, which was available on the previous year's roster, and serves as the Pilot's entry-level vehicle. And although it's priced slightly higher than the LX it replaces, the Pilot VP (for Value Package) offers a fairly decent range of standard features.

For instance, it comes with such features as rear privacy glass, a roof rack, steering-wheel-mounted audio controls, machine-finished alloy wheels, and a seven-speaker AM/FM stereo system with XM satellite radio and a six-disc CD changer.

Other standard features include antilock brakes, traction control, Brake Assist, a tire pressure monitoring system, power windows and door locks, cruise control, and a remote entry system.

Under the hood of the 2008 Pilot VP, Honda dropped a 3.5-liter, single-overhead-cam i-VTEC V6 engine that produces 244 horsepower. It links to a five-speed automatic transmission.

VP 4WD

Avg. Price: $14,622

The Honda Pilot VP 4WD, a new trim for 2008, offers drivers an adventure-ready vehicle at an entry-level price. And even though its name (VP, for "value package") might suggest that the vehicle has been stripped down in an effort to keeps its price low, in reality the Pilot VP 4WD comes equipped with a fairly decent range of standard features.

The list of features starts off with the VTM-4 (Variable Torque Management) four-wheel-drive system, which automatically switches into extreme low-traction mode when driving on ice, mud, or loose gravel. The system also provides the Pilot VP 4WD with a towing capacity of 4,500 pounds.

Other features include rear privacy glass, a roof rack, steering-wheel-mounted audio controls, machine-finished alloy wheels, and a seven-speaker AM/FM stereo system with XM satellite radio and a six-disc CD changer.

Other standard features include antilock brakes, traction control, Brake Assist, a tire-pressure monitoring system, power windows and door locks, cruise control, and a remote entry system.

Under the hood of the 2008 Pilot VP 4WD, Honda dropped a 3.5-liter, single-overhead-cam i-VTEC V6 engine that produces 244 horsepower. It links to a five-speed automatic transmission.