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$28,320
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The 2011 Honda Pilot simply isn't the right choice for buyers who prioritize fuel economy.
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17 mpg city, 23 highway (front-wheel drive); 16/22 (AWD)
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While a number of other mid-size crossovers the size of the 2011 Honda Pilot offer a more economical base four-cylinder engine, the Pilot carries on only with its V-6—which, already, was not one of the most fuel-efficient offerings in its class.

A cylinder-deactivation system is there to help cut fuel consumption while coasting or cruising, yet the Pilot is quite thirsty, with EPA ratings of just 16 mpg city, 22 highway with four-wheel drive.

Conclusion

The 2011 Honda Pilot simply isn't the right choice for buyers who prioritize fuel economy.

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