2017 Honda Pilot. When equipped with the nine-speed automatic included on Touring and Elite models, the Pilot’s EPA ratings sit atop its class. Even the standard six-speed automatic is competitive, only giving up 1 mpg in EPA ratings. Adding all-wheel drive drops these estimates by 1 mpg across the board, as is typical in this class.
Fuel economy of the 2018 Honda Pilot. 1984 to present Buyer's Guide to Fuel Efficient Cars and Trucks. Estimates of gas mileage, greenhouse gas emissions, safety ratings, and air pollution ratings for new and used cars and trucks.
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2019 Honda Pilot engine performance Regardless of the trim level, drivers of the 2019 Honda Pilot will all enjoy the same engine. Every trim from the base LX to the top of the line Elite sports a 280-horsepower, 3.5-liter fuel injected V6 engine. That amount of power makes for a smooth yet strong drive.
Performance and Fuel Economy. The Pilot’s 3.5-liter V-6 produces 280 hp and 262 lb-ft of torque and delivers an EPA-rated 18/26 mpg city/highway with the six-speed automatic and all-wheel drive, or 19/27 mpg with front-wheel drive.
See the 2017 Honda Pilot Gas Mileage figures for both the city and highway. There is Fuel Economy data for each trim as well as a description of the drivetrain.