Tuesday, 30 July 2019

The Honda Pilot 2020 Arrives With A New And Assertive Black Edition

Honda updated its three-row Pilot SUV for the 2019 model year, adding several important features such as a volume knob, software update capability over the air, updated exterior styling and further improvements in the nine-speed automatic transmission to name a few. The 2020 Pilot will arrive at Honda dealerships with a new Black Edition model that acts as the top level of equipment. Honda has previously offered a Black Edition version of the Ridgeline pickup, but now it will give the three-row rider a sporty taste.

In addition to the new level of Black Edition equipment, the 2020 Pilot adds the Honda Sensing safety set at all equipment levels, including collision mitigation, lane maintenance assistance, adaptive cruise control and road exit mitigation. All-wheel drive is now available on all trim levels, going through a six-speed automatic transmission in lower versions or a nine-speed transmission in higher versions.
The Black Edition (pictured above) is the most aggressive and the most expensive of the Pilot equipment levels. To differentiate it outside, Honda has added badges to the grill and the tailgate, 20-inch black wheels and obscured the grill and decorative pieces. Like its Ridgeline equivalent, the only color available for Black Edition is Crystal Black Pearl. Inside, the cabin receives a special red accent lighting complemented by red seams on the seats, door panels and the steering wheel. The Black Edition also features special logos on seats and rugs.
Honda pilot 2020 comes with a magnificent look.

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