2018 Honda Pilot Safety Features and Technology
This suite of safety features combines Collision Mitigation Braking, Road Departure Mitigation, Adaptive Cruise Control, and Lane Keeping Assist System.
Have peace of mind when backing up with the Pilot’s integrated rear-view camera system with overlays.
Blind Spot Sensing
This active monitoring system keeps an eye on your blind spots while you relax in the Honda Pilot’s spacious interior by delivering audible notifications.
HondaLink offers vehicle guides, parking reminder, service appointments, recall notifications, roadside assistance, and more through an Android or iOS app. HondaLink also offers an advanced navigation system to get you from A to B efficiently.
Compare the 2018 Honda Pilot Safety to Competitors
Ready to learn more? See how the Honda PIlot compares to the Subaru Outback when it comes to safety — as well as other key specs, interior features, and pricing levels. Compare the Honda Sensing suite of features vs. Toyota Safety Sense to learn more about what Honda tech has to offer you in the Pilot.
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