2003 Honda Pilot
In the middle of Hondas SUV lineup, the midsize 2003 Honda Pilot offers a great selection of standards, good performance and handling... Read More
In the middle of Hondas SUV lineup, the midsize 2003 Honda Pilot offers a great selection of standards, good performance and handling capability, quality components and in general, excellent value. With lots of room for 8 adult passengers, and lots of cargo, the 2003 Honda Pilot has all the characteristics and utility that has made the SUV class so popular with families and business people looking for more function than they can find in the average sedan. Minimize
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76 Reviews from Epinions.com
Mar 14, 2003
For vanaphobes, this is the vehicle for you.
Pros: Very spacious, comfortable interior. Very quiet ride for a vehicle of this size
Cons: Fuel economy.
If you need a spacious, comfortable and safe family vehicle and are allergic to vans, this is the vehicle for you. Read More at Epinions.com
May 26, 2003
The 'basic' Honda pilot works for an average family w/15k update
Pros: Quality, roominess, flexibility
Cons: blind spots, gas cap, power window control, rear seat setup
This is a solid, well built SUV for doing about everything a 'normal' family would want to do Read More at Epinions.com
Jul 15, 2002
2003 Pilot, No Competition
Pros: Overall package is like no other in its class. The ultimate SUV
Cons: Can't really think of any
This SUV really has no competition because it takes the best from the best and adds that understated quality that Honda adds to all their vehicles. Read More at Epinions.com
Dec 26, 2002
2003 Pilot the best family mover!
Pros: Honda's reliability, Spacious interior, great craftmanship.
Cons: It is a minivan based SUV, so 4WD is just for bad on-road weather.
I strogly recommend this SUV for anyone looking for reliabitly and a safety. Honda has a great reputation and the pilot is sure to ensure that. Read More at Epinions.com
Nov 9, 2002
Great SUV for the Pacific North West
Pros: VTEC engine is very quiet, reliable, and powerful. Great outward visibility. Car like ride.
Cons: No heated outside rearview mirrors. Navigation system has limited "mapping" for some Olympic Peninsula locations.
I would highly recommend the Pilot. It is a good value for the money. Its versatility and car like ride with off road ability makes it a winner. Read More at Epinions.com
Sep 5, 2003
Outstanding package overall
Pros: Decent HP, ergonomics, interior space, ride, good handling for an SUV.
Cons: Some controls should have been illuminated, lack of some basic accessories.
Excellent vehicle for the price! Excellent customer service! Excellent all around package! Read More at Epinions.com
May 11, 2003
Car of the Year???
Cons: I can't find a flaw
Get this car if you can afford it. You will not be let down. Read More at Epinions.com
Jun 11, 2002
Love this car and highly recommend it.
Pros: Interior styling, build quality, safety, comfort, ride, power, mileage (for an SUV this size), reliability.
Cons: Road noise, rear glass does not open or slide.
The best SUV I could find in the market after 7 months of research and testing all SUVs. Ideally suited for city and highway driving (the type you really do). Read More at Epinions.com
Aug 1, 2003
You CAN replace your minivan with a Pilot
Pros: Love the ride, leather and entertainment system
Cons: Waited 3 months to get my Pilot
I love my Pilot - best SUV value on the market. Read More at Epinions.com
Oct 15, 2002
Best Purchase of the Year
Pros: Handling, climate control system, fit and finish, seating, and baggage area
Cons: Lack of memory seats
Top of its class! Read More at Epinions.com
Jan 1, 2003
Pros: Honda reliability. Attention to detail. Exceptionally smooth ride. Sun visor extensions! Cargo capacity. Safety.
Cons: Shifter too low. Lacking heated seats and mirrors. Automirror and cargocover should be standard .
It's simple: value, utility and safety. I'm VERY happy with my purchase (hey, I even went $1200.00 over my intended target price for this one!). Honda's right on the mark. Read More at Epinions.com