The all-new redesigned 2016 Honda Pilot debuted Thursday at the Chicago Auto Show.
The totally redesigned 2016 Honda Pilot made its world debut Thursday at the Chicago Auto Show. The new SUV has an all-new look inside and out and it has shed 300 pounds for better fuel economy and cabin quietness.
The new 2016 Honda Pilot will hit the dealership in summer 2015. If the first reviews are any indication, you’re really going to like this new family-friendly SUV.
Brand New Look
The third-generation Honda Pilot looks nothing like the previous model. Instead of the boxy look of the current models, the new Pilot has a modern, sleek look with a smaller, thin front grill, wide headlines and creases leading down the sides. The Pilot has new thin rear headlights and overall it looks much more like a modern vehicle. Think about an extended CR-V when you think about the new Pilot.
Honda promises a new, aggressive front end on the 2015 Honda CR-V, which debuts Oct. 1, 2014.
The 2015 Honda CR-V will get a face lift, according to new photos coming from the factory. Honda debuted the new SUV with a more aggressive front end.It will more closely resemble the Accord, with a thin, horizontal lighting pattern and it appears as if the headlights will have an LED wraparound piping. Drivers just looking at the Honda CR-V may not notice a lot of change on its own, but when compared to the 2014 models, there will be plenty of change.
Honda didn’t release much information to the public in this announcement other than this one front end photo. They tell cars.com that it will announce full details of changes on Sept. 30, and the 2015 Honda CR-V will go on sale Oct. 1.
Until then, Waikem Honda still has a great selection of 2014 models to choose from. Follow the Waikem Honda blog or contact us to learn more information about the newest models from the Honda lineup.
Compare the new 2015 design to this 2014 Honda CR-V, with its wider headlights and three-bar styled grille.
The 2015 Honda Fit has made its grand debut on stage at the Detroit Auto Show. Honda says the new Fit will be more powerful and fuel efficient than ever thanks to the Earth Dreams Technology. The Fit debuts later this spring.
The Fit is completely redesigned inside an out. The new sleek, modern look adds in sporty style. Honda calls the Fit more aggressive this year thanks to a front fascia that closer resembles the Honda Civic. New leading lines stretch across the vehicle, and you’ll also get new LED tail lights along the hatch with chrome garnish.
There are a lot of 2013 models rolling off the trucks these days, but none were as anticipated as the 2013 Honda Civic.
We finally saw it person today, and it is even more beautiful than the photos at the L.A. Auto Show.
The redesigned front grille and new headlights are a major upgrade over last year’s model. The new chrome piece underneath the grille give the Civic a much sportier look and the long, swooping headlights are a great improvement. The Civic again looks like the car from the Fast and Furious movies, not the car your grandma wants to drive.