In Touring trim, the 2010 Honda Pilot sports plenty of tech

CNET Car Tech reviews the 2010 Honda Pilot Touring with navigation and rear-seat entertainment system.


When Honda redesigned its large Pilot SUV last year, we saw the expected sheet metal changes. But we didn't expect such a radical change to the cabin tech. In fact, so much of the tech interface is borrowed from Acura that we were in pretty familiar territory. There was the big joystick/knob controller, the profusion of buttons over steering wheel and stack, and the two sets of buttons for two different voice control systems. The cabin tech has the essentials: a stereo with digital music sources, navigation, and a Bluetooth hands-free system, along with an impressive rear-seat entertainment system.

Read our review of the tech-filled 2010 Honda Pilot Touring.

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