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2016 Honda Pilot to Debut at the 2015 Chicago Auto Show

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Honda revealed plans to unveil the all-new redesigned 2016 Honda Pilot at the upcoming 2015 Chicago auto show. The 2016 Honda Pilot is set to replace the current, second-generation Pilot, which launched in 2008.
In conjunction with the debut announcement, Honda released a teaser image of the new Pilot. The swept lines of the silhouette belie a more modernized shape and profile than the outgoing Pilot, with less boxy proportions, especially in the rear, with the rear window appearing to taper toward the back of the crossover.
The eight-passenger, three-row SUV will most likely be powered by Honda's ubiquitous 3.5 liter V-6, with both front- and all-wheel drive offered. This new model is will be the latest refresh of Honda's truck and SUV lineup. At this month's Detroit auto show, Honda confirmed that a new version of the Honda Ridgeline pickup truck will follow the 2016 Honda Pilot; the two models ride on essentially the same platform.
Like the current model, the 2016 Honda Pilot will be constructed entirely in the U.S., with both the engine and the crossover itself being manufactured in Lincoln, Alabama.
The 2016 Honda Pilot will make its official debut on February 12 at the 2015 Chicago auto show. In the meantime, take a look at the teaser and get a sneak peak into the future of Honda's largest SUV. At the show, luxury division Acura will also show a refreshed 2016 RDX.
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