Honda Released Pricing for 2008 Honda Pilot

By: Evander Klum

The 2008 Honda Pilot was recently made available in two new trim levels and prices. Instead of the previous LX base level trim, the Pilot is now offered in two- and four-wheel-drive Value Package trims or VP. Another trim level is also offered above the EX and it is called the SE short for Special Edition.

The value Package also comes with new standard equipment from the 2007 LX which includes a six-disc CD changer, steering-wheel-mounted audio controls, additional speakers, roof rails, XM Satellite Radio, body-colored side mirrors, door handles and spoiler.

The Special Edition will also add a DVD rear entertainment system, a moon roof, XM Satellite Radio, and ambient lighting which is also offered on the EX trim.

Here is the list of pricing and EPA ratings of the 2008 Honda Pilot:


  1. Pilot Value Package (2WD)- 5-Speed Automatic;$27,595;16/22

  2. Pilot Value Package (4WD)-5-Speed Automatic;$28,995;15/20

  3. Pilot EX (2WD)-5-Speed Automatic;$29,745;16/22

  4. Pilot EX (4WD)-5-Speed Automatic;$31,145;15/20

  5. Pilot Special Edition (2WD)-5-Speed Automatic;$31,595;16/22

  6. Pilot Special Edition (4WD)-5-Speed Automatic;$32,995;15/20

  7. Pilot EX-L (2WD)-5-Speed Automatic;$32,045;16/22

  8. Pilot EX-L (4WD)-5-Speed Automatic;$33,445;15/20

  9. Pilot EX-L and Rear Entertainment System (2WD)-5-Speed Automatic;$33,645;16/22

  10. Pilot EX-L and Rear Entertainment System (4WD)-5-Speed Automatic;$35,045;15/20

  11. Pilot EX-L and Navigation System (2WD)-5-Speed Automatic;$34,245;16/22

  12. Pilot EX-L and Navigation System (4WD)-5-Speed Automatic;$35,645;15/20


The destination and handling charge is $595 per vehicle. The EPA ratings were based on the 2008 EPA mileage estimates and reflect the new EPA fuel economy methods starting with the 2008 models. Car buyers are also advised that the actual mileage may vary depending on how you drive and maintain your vehicle.

Additional Info on the 2008 Honda Pilot
The 2008 Pilot will be equipped with a 3.5 liter V6 powerplant that produces 224 horsepower and 240 pound-feet of potent torque. The engine is mated to a five-speed automatic transmission.

Honda Motors
Cars.com has established the Lifestyle Awards to honor vehicles that are best suited for the lifestyle needs of today's car buyers. It has chosen the 2007 Honda Civic equipped with high quality as the Best New car for First-Time Drivers. Why choose Honda Civic? According to Cars.com "Whether it's for someone just learning to drive or experienced drivers ready to purchase their first new car, the Honda Civic makes sense either way. Top crash-test scores should ease the minds of parents with a new driver in the house, and the Civic is available as either a coupe or sedan to suit different tastes. Roomy and comfortable inside, the conventional versions are thrifty performers, but there's also a hybrid for those looking for even better gas mileage."

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