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Safety Features:
2021 Honda Pilot Safety


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Honda Pilot Models

When driving your family around Centennial, Aurora, and Denver, Colorado, nothing is more important than safety. If you are looking for a new SUV, you want not just durability but incredible safety features, as well. Honda has always made safety a top priority for all models.

Hondas are inspected thoroughly and installed with all the safety features drivers need. Learn more about the 2021 Honda Pilot safety features from the Mile High Honda team and consider whether the SUV is right for you.

2021 Honda Pilot Safety Quick Facts

Standard Multi-angle rearview camera

Standard Honda Sensing® suite

Standard Vehicle Stability Assist™ (VSA®) with Traction Control


Honda Pilot Safety Ratings

2021 Honda Pilot

The 2021 Honda Pilot received highest ratings from the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety (IIHS). Across various categories, the Honda Pilot earned “Good,” the highest possible ranking.

2021 Honda Pilot Crashworthiness Rating
Moderate overlap front Good
Side impact Good
Head restraints & seats Good
Roof strength Good
Small overlap front: driver-side Good

The available Honda Sensing® technologies help the Honda Pilot acquire an excellent safety rating. Honda Sensing® can assist with driver awareness and help prevent collisions before they occur.

All the trim levels of the 2021 Pilot also succeeded in the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration’s (NHTSA) three safety tests and earned a 5-Star Overall Safety Rating.1

The SUV gained five stars in the Side Crash test and four stars in Frontal Crash and Rollover Resistance tests. Overall, the 2021 Pilot exceeded in its safety tests in part because of available Honda Sensing® technologies, which can add to the driver’s awareness and help prevent collisions before they occur.


Honda Pilot Honda Sensing® Technologies

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In order to make sure you can easily react to potential accidents on the road, the Honda Pilot includes the standard Honda Sensing® suite.

This system provides features such as a Collision Mitigation Braking System™. If your SUV detects a possible collision, it can bring you to a stop automatically.

Additionally, Honda Sensing® gives you a standard Road Departure Mitigation System. This helpful feature is designed to enhance your confidence on the highway by allowing your SUV to correct your steering if you start to cross over the lane markers.

Finally, one of the most exciting features offered by the Honda Sensing® suite is the Adaptive Cruise Control system. This standard feature allows you to stay in cruise control for longer as your vehicle adjusts your speed to keep you at a safe distance behind traffic.

That’s not all this SUV has for you, though; the Honda Sensing® suite provides features that are designed to make your life easier. Just take a look at some of the additional features you can find with this suite:

Honda Pilot Off-Road

In order to make sure you have a more relaxing and comprehensive drive, the Honda Pilot includes driver-assistive features. Just look at the Blind Spot Information System with Cross Traffic Monitor. This feature will detect cars in your blind spot to make sure you don’t make any dangerous lane changes.

Driving at night in this SUV is simple, too, thanks to the standard Auto High-Beam Headlights. This feature will automatically turn off your high beams when your car detects oncoming traffic at night. You’ll make the roads safer for everyone when you have this feature turned on.


Honda Pilot Handling-Enhancing Features

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There are a lot of safety features working in the background to keep you secure at all times. Among these is standard Vehicle Stability Assist™ (VSA®) with Traction Control. This feature automatically works to counteract slippage on the road so you can drive with confidence.

A standard Brake Assist feature further enhances your safety by bolstering your brake power. If you press on your brake pedal hard and fast, your brakes will work to apply more pressure than normal to enhance your stopping power. Brake Assist is a huge help when you need to make emergency braking maneuvers.

There are even more standard safety features designed to enhance your control. When you need a vehicle that will keep you going even when driving through difficult conditions, you can count on the Honda Pilot. Just take a look at these additional features you can find aboard this vehicle:

In order to keep drivers and passengers secure, a lot of engineering has gone into the Honda Pilot to make it as safe as possible.

To start, this vehicle has been engineered using a standard Advanced Compatibility Engineering™ (ACE™) body structure. This means the vehicle’s body is designed to absorb force so you and your passengers aren’t affected during a collision.

Honda Pilot Parked

To further enhance your safety, the Honda Pilot is equipped with airbags designed to cushion your movement during a collision. In order to make sure that everyone is properly secured, you’ll have these airbags placed throughout the cabin:

To make sure your child is securely strapped into the back seat, this SUV is complete with a standard Lower Anchors and Tethers for CHildren (LATCH) system. Using conveniently placed tether points, you can easily install a car seat to make sure your child is safe in the car.


Test Drive the 2021 Honda Pilot Today!

The right safety features can help you avoid accidents and protect you and your loved ones if a collision does occur.

The Honda Pilot’s driver-assistive technologies and Honda Sensing® package ensure protection for the SUV and its riders. The 2021 Honda Pilot safety features prove its worth as one of the best family vehicles.

If you live in Centennial, Aurora, or Denver, CO, you should visit our dealership. Mile High Honda has an impressive inventory of Honda Pilot models. Our team will answer any questions you have about the safety features. Test drive a Honda Pilot today and feel confident that you’re safe driving it.

 

1 Model tested with standard side airbags (SAB). Government 5-Star Safety Ratings are part of the National Highway Traffic Safety Administrations (NHTSA’s) New Car Assessment Program (www.safecar.gov).

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