Popular safety features of the 2016 Honda Pilot include a multi-angle rearview camera, Collision Mitigation Braking System and a lane departure warning. Interior features include second-row seats that collapse with the touch of a button, heated front and second-row seats and seating for up to eight people with room to spare for storage. All models are equipped with Bluetooth streaming audio and USB ports; higher end models include Pandora, SiriusXM Satellite Radio or HD Radio.
The 2016 Honda Pilot boasts driver-assist technology such as the cross-traffic monitor, which alerts a driver attempting to change lanes that there is a car in his blind spot. Honda's patented LaneWatch is also available. With this feature, cameras on the side mirrors project to the dashboard display, giving the driver a more comprehensive view than the side mirrors. The Lane Keeping Assist System, which alerts drivers if they deviate from the center of the lane, and adaptive cruise control that adjusts the vehicle's speed according to the vehicle ahead of it are also available.
The 2016 Pilot includes a nine-speed automatic transmission, a 280-HP V-6 Engine and idle stop, which automatically turns off the engine when stopped. It also boasts intelligent traction management, a feature that allows the Pilot to expertly grip the road in undesirable conditions such as mud, snow or sand.