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Among the three-row, V-6 utes, the Pilot is one of the more efficient crossovers.
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18 mpg city, 25 highway (front-wheel drive); 17/24 (AWD)

The 2014 Honda Pilot could be considered relatively green, depending on how you use it. With a EPA highway rating of 25 mpg, it's one the most fuel-efficient vehicles with three rows on the market. However, if you only need room for five, there are several vehicles on the road with better fuel economy numbers. The Toyota Highlander Hybrid offers a third row, for example.

But we have found that the Pilot is quite fuel-efficient in real-world driving, and a cylinder-deactivation system helps the V-6 cut fuel consumption while coasting or cruising. We've managed to easily meet those ratings in previous drives, which certainly isn't the case across many models.



Among the three-row, V-6 utes, the Pilot is one of the more efficient crossovers.

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