Learn About the 2020 Honda Pilot


Throughout its lifespan, the eight-passenger Honda Pilot has garnered a dedicated group of drivers who continually choose this spacious, uniquely-equipped SUV. As the only vehicle in its segment with an eight-passenger capacity, the 2020 Honda Pilot strives to uphold its legacy as a class-defining, formattable contender for drivers seeking the utmost from their next SUV. With a variety of upgrades for the 2020 model year, the 2020 Honda Pilot boasts an updated transmission on its higher trim levels and an array of advanced technological features to decisively launch the 2020 Honda Pilot into the latest generation of automotive engineering.


Interior and Technology

Boasting available features such as one-touch folding seats and a third row of seating for up to eight passengers, a hands-free access power tailgate, the 2020 Honda Pilot offers drivers both comfort and convenience without sacrificing its ample capacity. Further improving the interior experience of the 2020 Honda Pilot, available mobile hotspot capabilities, wireless charging and additional innovative technologies pervade the cabin, alongside available plush leather upholstery.


The 2020 Honda Pilot - Available Now at Anderson Honda Dealership

Stop by our dealership to learn more about the 2020 Honda Pilot, or give us a call to schedule a test drive of our inventory of previous or current Pilot model years. Committed to the satisfaction of our service area drivers, Piedmont Honda strives to exceed expectations throughout your next vehicle purchase. Give us a call to schedule a test drive or appointment with a sales representative today!    


Power, Performance, and Capability

While exact specifications are yet to be released, the 2020 Honda Pilot sports a refined standard Continually Variable Transmission (CVT), and available all-wheel drive system amending its retained 3.5-liter V6 engine. Boasting "significant refinements" to the nine-speed transmission featured on higher trim levels, ride quality and performance will likely improve with these redesigned mechanics. Further enhanced with the advanced Honda Sensing® suite as standard, drivers will receive a variety of advanced safety and performance features such as:

  • Collision Mitigation Braking System™
  • Lane Keeping Assist System
  • Road Departure Mitigation System
  • Adaptive Cruise Control

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The 2020 Honda Pilot Versus The Toyota Highlander

When shopping for a new SUV, the 2020 Honda Pilot and Toyota Highlander frequently arise as worthy contenders. Both vehicles uphold their brands' established reputation for dependability and robust craftsmanship - making a definitive decision between these two vehicles for the uninformed driver a difficult task. However, when comparing specifications, one vehicle arises as the clear victor: the 2020 Honda Pilot.

Power, Performance and Capability

The 2020 Honda Pilot boasts a 3.5-liter EarthDreams® V6 engine with 280 horsepower and 262 pound-feet, allowing for a maximum towing capacity of up to 3,500 pounds. Available in either two-wheel or all-wheel drive configuration and accompanied with a six-speed automatic transmission in both configurations, the 2020 Honda Pilot provides drivers an exceptional degree of power and performance even in its base configuration. Conversely, the Toyota Highlander offers a 2.7-liter four-cylinder engine with 185 horsepower and 184 pound-feet - a notably lesser output than the 2020 Honda Pilot. While the Toyota Highlander does offer an available 3.5-liter V6 engine for other configurations and trim levels, its base configuration ultimately cannot compare with the performance offered from the 2020 Honda Pilot.

Interior and Technology

Featuring ample cargo space from the fold-flat second and third-row seating, all-season floormats for durability and an available eight-inch display audio touchscreen with the accompanying rear entertainment system, the 2020 Honda Pilot conjoins luxury and utility with ease. Providing drivers with ample cargo capacity for everything from sports gear to camping equipment, and the comfort and convenience features necessary to offer a sophisticated and luxurious ride, the 2020 Honda Pilot stands as a testament to a no-compromise design for the SUV segment. While the Toyota Highlander also offers fold-flat seating, its less ergonomic interior in conjunction with its less refined and more simplistic design result in a wholly uninspired driving experience for any passengers within.

Trim Levels

The 2020 Honda Pilot features five trim levels - each available in either two-wheel or all-wheel drive configuration. The available trims are:

  • LX
  • EX
  • EX-L
  • Touring
  • Elite

Imbued with features such as the Honda Sensing® safety suite in higher trim levels, in addition to the variety of advanced technological amenities, interior upholstery options and exterior styling designs, the 2020 Honda Pilot in its available trim levels offers drivers an exceptional degree of luxury, capability, and style. The Toyota Highlander, conversely, offers eight trim levels. While the Toyota Highlander does offer three hybrid trim levels, its five gas-powered trim levels hardly stand up to the power, performance, and capacity of the 2020 Honda Pilot's five available trims. 

Anderson Car Dealership - Exclusive Inventory of The 2020 Honda Pilot

To learn more about the 2020 Honda Pilot, stop by our Anderson auto dealership today to speak with a sales professional. Committed to the utmost satisfaction of our service area drivers with our meticulously curated inventory of desirable Honda models, and boasting exemplary service to assist drivers throughout their next vehicle purchase, Piedmont Honda proudly provides a vast selection of the 2020 Honda Pilot for drivers seeking their next SUV. Give us a call to schedule a test drive of the 2020 Honda Pilot today!

*$394.50 Closing Fee included in advertised price. All prices and offers are before state, city and county tax, tag, title and license fees. Out of state buyers are responsible for all state, county, city taxes and fees, as well as title/registration fees in the state that the vehicle will be registered.