The Honda Pilot is one of those competent SUVs that doesn't change every year, because it really doesn't have to. Honda announced pricing for what it calls the "Ultimate Family Adventure Vehicle," and announced that the Pilot receives the highest EPA-rated fuel economy of any eight-passenger family SUV. For 2014, the MSRP starts at $30,500, including $830 destination. In addition, two-wheel-drive models get an EPA-rated 25 mpg on the highway, and Pilots can tow up to 4500 pounds. A full list of pricing and fuel economy are included below.


2014 Honda Pilot
TRIM MSRP EPA Fuel Econ ?(city/hwy/comb)
Pilot LX 2WD $30,500 18/25/21 mpg
Pilot EX 2WD $32,750 18/25/21 mpg
Pilot EX-L 2WD with RES $37,600 18/25/21 mpg
Pilot EX-L 2WD with Navi $38,000 18/25/21 mpg
Pilot Touring 2WD with RES and Navi $40,650 18/25/21 mpg
Pilot LX 4WD $32,100 17/24/20 mpg
Pilot EX 4WD $34,350 17/24/20 mpg
Pilot EX-L 4WD $37,600 17/24/20 mpg
Pilot EX-L 4WD with RES $39,200 17/24/20 mpg
Pilot EX-L 4WD with Navi $39,600 17/24/20 mpg
Pilot Touring 4WD with RES and Navi $42,250 17/24/20 mpg

Source: Honda