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Honda Pilot 2021

EX

4.97

(46 trips)

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Distance included

Day

200 mi

Week

1400 mi

Month

6000 mi

Insurance & Protection

Insurance via Liberty Mutual

Honda Pilot 2021

EX

4.97

(46 trips)

22 MPG

Gas (Regular)

4 doors

7 seats

Hosted by

Jimmy
5.0
Jimmy

All-Star Host

366 tripsJoined Dec 2018

Typically responds in 1 minute

All-Star Hosts like Jimmy are the top-rated and most experienced hosts on Turo.

Jimmy has completed training on enhanced cleaning and disinfection practices.

Description

2021 Honda Pilot EX AWD Engine Type: Gas Transmission: 9-speed shiftable automatic Drive Type: All wheel drive Cylinders: V6 Combined MPG: 22 Total Seating: 7 EPA Mileage Est: (Cty/Hwy) 19/26 mpg Range In Miles: (Cty/Hwy) 370.5/507.0 mi. Fuel Tank Capacity: 19.5 gal. Fuel Type: Regular unleaded Torque: 262 lb-ft @ 4700 rpm Base Engine Size: 3.5l Horsepower: 280 hp @ 6000 rpm Turning Circle 39.4 ft. Valves: 24 Base Engine Type: Gas Valve Timing: Variable Cam Type: Single overhead cam (sohc) The Honda Pilot is a standout choice in the competitive midsize three-row SUV segment. It features a large, airy interior with eight seats and many storage cubbies. Driver safety features like automatic emergency braking are standard, and the available all-wheel-drive helps ensure traction is there when needed most. Some rivals are flashier and more fun to drive, but the Pilot is quite versatile, making it one of the top picks for families. Overview The 2021 Honda Pilot is a trendy alternative to a minivan, but its third row isn't as roomy and it's hardly more stylish. Still, this SUV boasts an available all-wheel-drive system, lofty seating height, and a fair amount of ground clearance—traits that many crossover shoppers desire. This Honda also has a speedy and fuel-efficient V-6 powertrain that doesn't disappoint. However, those looking for a gratifying driving experience may want to look elsewhere. The Pilot does provide a cavernous cabin, with ample cargo space and small-item storage, and its host of standard driver assists and popular infotainment features help it compete with rivals such as the Volkswagen Atlas and Toyota Highlander. Although the 2021 Pilot isn't the snazziest mid-size crossover out there, it's versatile and inoffensive enough to appeal to a wide range of people. What's New for 2021? For the 2021 Pilot lineup, Honda added a new Special Edition model and made the nine-speed automatic transmission standard. Previously, the nine-speed was offered only on the Touring trim level and up. Lesser versions had a clunky six-speed automatic. The Special Edition slots between the EX and Touring trims and advertises black 20-inch wheels, a foot-activated power tailgate, and wireless charging. All 2021 models come standard with paddle shifters, dual-zone climate control, and an automatic stop-start system. Engine, Transmission, and Performance The Pilot's V-6 has a sporty sound and plenty of power, and we like the unobtrusive behavior of the nine-speed automatic transmission. The Honda is not the most ponderous three-row crossover to drive, but its considerable size can make it feel heavy when cornering, and the vehicle rides relatively smoothly when loaded with people and stuff. The Pilot's lack of body control makes it seem disconnected from the road at times. And its light steering makes it easy to maneuver at parking-lot speeds, but it also contributes to the detached feel on the highway. Fuel Economy and Real-World MPG Fuel economy is strong within Honda's showroom, and the Pilot is very efficient for such a large and practical vehicle, according to both the EPA and our real-world testing. The front-wheel-drive model will achieve 20 mpg in the city and 27 mpg on the highway. Adding all-wheel drive knocks 1 mpg off both government ratings, for totals of 19 mpg city and 26 mpg highway. The all-wheel-drive-only Elite model we tested exceeded its highway rating, achieving 27 mpg on our 200-mile route. Interior, Comfort, and Cargo The Pilot's interior is spacious and practical and can be had with family-friendly options such as an in-cabin PA system. Most trim levels offer a three-across second row, for those who need to seat eight. Pricier models forgo the bench for two captain's chairs, reducing the passenger count to seven. However, the spacious third row's low seat cushion means it's really only practical for kids. The Pilot's dashboard layout features easy-to-use climate controls and a clearly marked gauge cluster, and there are a whopping 16 cupholders throughout the cabin. This SUV's high seating position gives the driver a commanding view of the road, and large windows and thin unobtrusive roof pillars award the Pilot best-in-class visibility. This Honda has a downright cavernous cargo area and loads of useful interior cubbies. It's among the roomiest SUVs in its class, but the cargo capacity between the seven- and eight-seat configurations is different, as the Elite and seven-seat Touring trims have a second-row center console that can't be removed. The adjustable cargo floor can be set up for maximum space or to create an underfloor storage compartment. Infotainment and Connectivity The frustrating central touchscreen is one of the Pilot's weak points, although Honda did install a much-needed volume knob back in 2019. The base LX's 5.0-inch display offers the basics, whereas EX-and-above trims get an 8.0-inch touchscreen with SiriusXM satellite radio, Apple CarPlay and Android Auto integration, voice command, and other app functions. Safety and Driver-Assistance Features The 2021 Honda Pilot earned a five-star crash-test rating from the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA), but it was not named a Top Safety Pick by the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety (IIHS). Every Pilot has a host of standard driver-assistance technology. Key safety features include: Standard forward-collision warning and automated emergency braking Standard lane-departure warning and lane-keeping assist Standard adaptive cruise control Enjoy ^^

Features

Must be 21+ to book

Automatic transmission

All-wheel drive

Android Auto

Apple CarPlay

AUX input

Backup camera

Blind spot warning

Bluetooth

Heated seats

Keyless entry

USB charger

USB input

Roadside Assistance Tracking Service

Apple CarPlay is a registered trademark of Apple Inc. Android is a trademark of Google LLC.

Guidelines

* We disinfect the car before and after return Absolutely no smoking please 🚭 Dogs are welcome 👍 No off roading or rock climbing on steep courses Please fill up gas tank before return 🙏 Mileage starts at when I hand you over the key and also Gas level starts at when I drive from my location. Colorado tolls are all photo enforced. If tolls are taken during trip, you will be subject to charge for cost of toll. If I get the any kind tickets or fines from your trip, I will reimburse that payment to you through turo application. Off roading and towing is prohibited by Turo and any damages from such activity will not be covered by Turo insurance. There is cleaning fee. If vehicle returned unreasonably dirty. (I do not charge cleaning fee for the exterior.) Thanks 😊🙏

Ratings and reviews

4.97

(35 ratings)

Reviews

Amanda C.

AmandaSep 23, 2021

Great communication and very punctual. Wonderful experience! Thanks Jimmy!

Jimmy's response

Thank you Ms Amanda 😊

Patricia S.

PatriciaSep 20, 2021

Wonderful, clean and comfortable Honda Pilot. Was a delight to drive. Jimmy was extremely helpful and communicative. I would definitely recommend.

Jason K.

JasonSep 10, 2021

The car was very clean and nice. He met me at the vehicle. Very friendly. Great car! Thanks.

Jimmy's response

Thanks 😀👍

Marc S.

MarcAug 31, 2021

Best Turo experience yet.

Jimmy's response

Thanks 😀

Aileen A.

AileenAug 15, 2021

Jimmy gave very clear instructions, was very professional and car was exactly as described. Thank you.

Jimmy's response

Thank you 😊

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Honda Pilot 2021

EX

4.97

(46 trips)

22 MPG

Gas (Regular)

4 doors

7 seats

Hosted by

Jimmy
5.0
Jimmy

All-Star Host

366 tripsJoined Dec 2018

Typically responds in 1 minute

All-Star Hosts like Jimmy are the top-rated and most experienced hosts on Turo.

Jimmy has completed training on enhanced cleaning and disinfection practices.

Description

2021 Honda Pilot EX AWD Engine Type: Gas Transmission: 9-speed shiftable automatic Drive Type: All wheel drive Cylinders: V6 Combined MPG: 22 Total Seating: 7 EPA Mileage Est: (Cty/Hwy) 19/26 mpg Range In Miles: (Cty/Hwy) 370.5/507.0 mi. Fuel Tank Capacity: 19.5 gal. Fuel Type: Regular unleaded Torque: 262 lb-ft @ 4700 rpm Base Engine Size: 3.5l Horsepower: 280 hp @ 6000 rpm Turning Circle 39.4 ft. Valves: 24 Base Engine Type: Gas Valve Timing: Variable Cam Type: Single overhead cam (sohc) The Honda Pilot is a standout choice in the competitive midsize three-row SUV segment. It features a large, airy interior with eight seats and many storage cubbies. Driver safety features like automatic emergency braking are standard, and the available all-wheel-drive helps ensure traction is there when needed most. Some rivals are flashier and more fun to drive, but the Pilot is quite versatile, making it one of the top picks for families. Overview The 2021 Honda Pilot is a trendy alternative to a minivan, but its third row isn't as roomy and it's hardly more stylish. Still, this SUV boasts an available all-wheel-drive system, lofty seating height, and a fair amount of ground clearance—traits that many crossover shoppers desire. This Honda also has a speedy and fuel-efficient V-6 powertrain that doesn't disappoint. However, those looking for a gratifying driving experience may want to look elsewhere. The Pilot does provide a cavernous cabin, with ample cargo space and small-item storage, and its host of standard driver assists and popular infotainment features help it compete with rivals such as the Volkswagen Atlas and Toyota Highlander. Although the 2021 Pilot isn't the snazziest mid-size crossover out there, it's versatile and inoffensive enough to appeal to a wide range of people. What's New for 2021? For the 2021 Pilot lineup, Honda added a new Special Edition model and made the nine-speed automatic transmission standard. Previously, the nine-speed was offered only on the Touring trim level and up. Lesser versions had a clunky six-speed automatic. The Special Edition slots between the EX and Touring trims and advertises black 20-inch wheels, a foot-activated power tailgate, and wireless charging. All 2021 models come standard with paddle shifters, dual-zone climate control, and an automatic stop-start system. Engine, Transmission, and Performance The Pilot's V-6 has a sporty sound and plenty of power, and we like the unobtrusive behavior of the nine-speed automatic transmission. The Honda is not the most ponderous three-row crossover to drive, but its considerable size can make it feel heavy when cornering, and the vehicle rides relatively smoothly when loaded with people and stuff. The Pilot's lack of body control makes it seem disconnected from the road at times. And its light steering makes it easy to maneuver at parking-lot speeds, but it also contributes to the detached feel on the highway. Fuel Economy and Real-World MPG Fuel economy is strong within Honda's showroom, and the Pilot is very efficient for such a large and practical vehicle, according to both the EPA and our real-world testing. The front-wheel-drive model will achieve 20 mpg in the city and 27 mpg on the highway. Adding all-wheel drive knocks 1 mpg off both government ratings, for totals of 19 mpg city and 26 mpg highway. The all-wheel-drive-only Elite model we tested exceeded its highway rating, achieving 27 mpg on our 200-mile route. Interior, Comfort, and Cargo The Pilot's interior is spacious and practical and can be had with family-friendly options such as an in-cabin PA system. Most trim levels offer a three-across second row, for those who need to seat eight. Pricier models forgo the bench for two captain's chairs, reducing the passenger count to seven. However, the spacious third row's low seat cushion means it's really only practical for kids. The Pilot's dashboard layout features easy-to-use climate controls and a clearly marked gauge cluster, and there are a whopping 16 cupholders throughout the cabin. This SUV's high seating position gives the driver a commanding view of the road, and large windows and thin unobtrusive roof pillars award the Pilot best-in-class visibility. This Honda has a downright cavernous cargo area and loads of useful interior cubbies. It's among the roomiest SUVs in its class, but the cargo capacity between the seven- and eight-seat configurations is different, as the Elite and seven-seat Touring trims have a second-row center console that can't be removed. The adjustable cargo floor can be set up for maximum space or to create an underfloor storage compartment. Infotainment and Connectivity The frustrating central touchscreen is one of the Pilot's weak points, although Honda did install a much-needed volume knob back in 2019. The base LX's 5.0-inch display offers the basics, whereas EX-and-above trims get an 8.0-inch touchscreen with SiriusXM satellite radio, Apple CarPlay and Android Auto integration, voice command, and other app functions. Safety and Driver-Assistance Features The 2021 Honda Pilot earned a five-star crash-test rating from the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA), but it was not named a Top Safety Pick by the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety (IIHS). Every Pilot has a host of standard driver-assistance technology. Key safety features include: Standard forward-collision warning and automated emergency braking Standard lane-departure warning and lane-keeping assist Standard adaptive cruise control Enjoy ^^

Features

Must be 21+ to book

Automatic transmission

All-wheel drive

Android Auto

Apple CarPlay

AUX input

Backup camera

Blind spot warning

Bluetooth

Heated seats

Keyless entry

USB charger

USB input

Roadside Assistance Tracking Service

Apple CarPlay is a registered trademark of Apple Inc. Android is a trademark of Google LLC.

Guidelines

* We disinfect the car before and after return Absolutely no smoking please 🚭 Dogs are welcome 👍 No off roading or rock climbing on steep courses Please fill up gas tank before return 🙏 Mileage starts at when I hand you over the key and also Gas level starts at when I drive from my location. Colorado tolls are all photo enforced. If tolls are taken during trip, you will be subject to charge for cost of toll. If I get the any kind tickets or fines from your trip, I will reimburse that payment to you through turo application. Off roading and towing is prohibited by Turo and any damages from such activity will not be covered by Turo insurance. There is cleaning fee. If vehicle returned unreasonably dirty. (I do not charge cleaning fee for the exterior.) Thanks 😊🙏

Ratings and reviews

4.97

(35 ratings)

Reviews

Amanda C.

AmandaSep 23, 2021

Great communication and very punctual. Wonderful experience! Thanks Jimmy!

Jimmy's response

Thank you Ms Amanda 😊

Patricia S.

PatriciaSep 20, 2021

Wonderful, clean and comfortable Honda Pilot. Was a delight to drive. Jimmy was extremely helpful and communicative. I would definitely recommend.

Jason K.

JasonSep 10, 2021

The car was very clean and nice. He met me at the vehicle. Very friendly. Great car! Thanks.

Jimmy's response

Thanks 😀👍

Marc S.

MarcAug 31, 2021

Best Turo experience yet.

Jimmy's response

Thanks 😀

Aileen A.

AileenAug 15, 2021

Jimmy gave very clear instructions, was very professional and car was exactly as described. Thank you.

Jimmy's response

Thank you 😊

Pickup & return location
Enter a delivery address

Distance included

Day

200 mi

Week

1400 mi

Month

6000 mi

Insurance & Protection

Insurance via Liberty Mutual

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