2018 Honda Pilot Interior Features, Pictures, & Dimensions

2018 Honda Pilot

The 2018 Honda Pilot interior includes luxurious features throughout the model line:

  • 60/40 split-folding 2nd and 3rd row seats provide versatile seating configurations.
  • Expansive 2018 Honda Pilot dimensions reach up to 109 cubic feet of cargo space.
  • Convenience comes standard with push button ignition and a tilt and telescoping steering column.
  • The award-winning Pilot can be outfitted with a heated steering wheel and heated and ventilated front seats.

Step Inside the Pilot with Interior Pictures

Honda Pilot Interior Space

The high performance Pilot comes standard with three rows of comfortable, secure seating for you and your family. Be sure to compare its dimensions to other competing models like the Subaru Outback before you make your choice:

  • 2018 Honda Pilot LX
    • Headroom (Front/Middle/Rear): 40.1 inches / 40.2 inches / 38.9 inches
    • Legroom (Front/Middle/Rear): 40.9 inches / 38.4 inches / 31.9 inches
    • Shoulder Room (Front/Middle/Rear: 62 inches / 62 inches / 57.6 inches



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