2018 Honda Pilot Safety & Driver Assistance Features

August 6th, 2018 by


How safe is the 2018 Honda Pilot?

Midsize SUVs make for great family vehicle because of their large seating capacity, spaciousness and practicality. One option for a vehicle in this segment is the 2018 Honda Pilot. As with any vehicle designed with families in mind, it’s important to evaluate safety before making a purchase. How safe is the 2018 Honda Pilot? We’ve compiled all the information you should know regarding the 2018 Pilot’s safety and driver assistance features.

The 2018 Honda Pilot’s features vary between its five trim levels: LX, EX, EX-L, Touring and Elite. Rear door child safety locks, an engine immobilizer, child seat anchors, stability control, emergency braking assist, a remote anti-theft alarm system, tire pressure monitoring, traction control and a post-collision safety system. A multi-angle rearview camera is a standard feature for every 2018 Honda Pilot. This camera features three views to improve driver awareness and visibility: Normal, top-down and wide. 2018 Pilot EX models and above add a dynamic guideline feature for the rearview camera.

2018 Honda Pilot Driver Assistance Technology

A variety of driver assistance features are available for the 2018 Honda Pilot. The available Honda Sensing package includes a Collision Mitigation Braking System (CMBS), a Road Departure Mitigation System (RDM), Adaptive Cruise Control (ACC) and a Lane Keeping Assist System (LKAS). This package is optional for 2018 Honda Pilot EX and EX-L models, but is included as standard with Touring and Elite trims. The rear bumper includes sensors that detect cross traffic, helping the driver with backing out of tight spaces, such as parking spots.

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