Honda Pilot Oil Type

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Honda Pilot

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You can find 12 different trims for the Honda Pilot and their corresponding recommended oil type.

The years available stretch from 2003 through to 2024 and to view the oil type and capacity you just click to expand.

Competing with other mid-size crossovers SUVs like the Hyundai Santa-Fe and the Dodge Durango is the Honda Pilot.

This offering from the Japanese automobile manufacturer hit the showrooms in 2002 and boasted an all-aluminum engine.

A lightweight engine mixed with front-wheel-drive as standard helped the car achieve a good fuel economy when compared to other mid-size SUVs on the market.

Underneath the car is the same platform that the Odyssey and Acura MDX use sharing many of the same parts and only differing in appearance, interior quality and features.

The first two generations of the Pilot featured a VTEC V6 under the hood that could operate with a high level of fuel efficiency on day-to-day driving yet transform to a sporty powerplant when pushed harder.

Safety ratings for the second generation scored an overall of 4 out of 5 stars though this was pushed to 5 out of 5 stars with the third-generation model.

Sales crashed during the height of the global recession like many other models (especially SUVs like the Pilot) but recovered to previous highs shortly afterward.

Modern examples of the SUV sport a 9-speed automatic transmission that efficiently transmits the power from the engine to the axles.