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Old 04-14-2017, 09:17 PM
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Long time Honda owner here but never had a Pilot. Kids are getting older so we are moving out of the Odyssey phase but still want space and 3rd row so thinking about a Pilot.


I typically buy cars used about 2 years old with 25k miles then keep them 10 years. I see the Pilot had a redesign in 2016 which makes me a little leery. Would you go 2015 or 2016 and why?
 
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Old 11-24-2017, 02:40 PM
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I was at the same crossroads a few weeks ago ..test drove the 16 i hate it ..i'm a tall big dude i felt it was not as roomy as my 06 pilot. Also i compared them both with a tape measure...yah i went there ...found there was more room in the 3rd row seat for adults than the 16.
so i purchased a 15 without the nav..now i'm kicking myself lol my 15 sits / looks bigger than my 06 ex and never looked back. If you looking to impress / turn some heads i still get the same reaction when i pull up in my 15 .
 
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