2012 honda pilot

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92% of drivers recommend this car

  • Seats: 8
  • Door Count: 4
  • Engine: 250-hp, 3.5-liter V-6 (regular gas)
  • Transmission: 5-speed automatic w/OD
  • Drivetrain: 4×4
  • MPG: 20 — 21
Trim MPG Engine Starting Price
Pilot EX 4dr 4×4 17.0 — 24.0 From $33,070
Pilot EX 4dr Front-wheel Drive 18.0 — 25.0 From $31,470
Pilot EX-L 4dr 4×4 17.0 — 24.0 From $36,320
Pilot EX-L 4dr Front-wheel Drive 18.0 — 25.0 From $34,720
Pilot LX 4dr 4×4 17.0 — 24.0 From $30,220
Pilot LX 4dr Front-wheel Drive 18.0 — 25.0 From $28,620
Pilot Touring w/RES/Navi 4dr 4×4 17.0 — 24.0 From $40,970
Pilot Touring w/RES/Navi 4dr Front-wheel Drive 18.0 — 25.0 From $39,370

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Great amount of room. Comfortable. Good features.

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I purchased the Honda Pilot because it’s loaded with all features and it’s big enough for my family plus it’s not bad on gas.

Honda — good car has good radio good mpg nice heated seats and a sun roof four wheel drive and lots of elbow room can fit tons of people and stuff and heated seats like wow they make my butt sweat nice

Primary Use: Family transportation

Pros: smooth ride

Cons: very wide

First Impression — i just got it so far so good. I will comment as time goes forward. I do really like the feel and look at this point. The ride is very nice. It seems to have good power. I do like all the options this model comes with. The seat settings is very nice for different individuals.

Primary Use: Commuting to work

Pros: Very nice looking

Cons: shifts a little stiff

Good But Not Great. Easy Reliable Purchase . Standard Honda Fare — I would go for Acura over the touring model. fit and finish worth the extra couple grand. Honda reliability is great. road noise is greater than expected. Back seat ride is less comfortable than front. Purchase was new from Stokes in charleston SC.

Pros: Comfortable vehicle , exterior finish is nice. Great ride on long road trips. features and reliability have been great.

Cons: milage less than expected. Interior plastic needs to be improved as it scuffs easy . I would likely buy the Acura rather than touring model if I had to do it again.

Great Family Car With Seating For 8 — We bought this car to replace our Toyota Sequoia — we were looking for an SUV that was just a little smaller but still could seat 6 children in the back when needed, with a little room behind the third row. We’ve loved the Pilot so far — comfortable seating, performance is fine. Navigation controls in the 2012 is not quite as intuitive as I’d like (dial to change destination) but it’s fine.

Primary Use: Family transportation

Pros: seating capacity, great family car

Cons: nothing yet

Dependable And Boring. — Battery system is weaker for today’s gadget loads. Nice height off ground. Backup camera is very strongly suggested. It makes life so much easier in this vehicle. Good gas milage when really warmed up on the highway. More truck like ride quality.

Primary Use: Family transportation

Pros: Good for bigger people. Few problems.

Cons: Can’t charge cell phone when vehicle is off. 4×4 requires more $ for routine maintenance. Not as much space in back than you think.

Love My Pilot! — Other than poor city gas mileage I have nothing bad to say about my 2012 Pilot. I had a 2010 and the ’12 is so much more refined. The engine is great, road noise is improved, the dash and cabin make you feel like you’re in a much pricier vehicle. I love my Pilot, even though my wife calls me a soccer mom. The vehicle has seen quite a bit of snow/ice/slush (both backroads and highways) and the AWD has worked very well. My wife’s Mexican made GMC Acadia Denali can’t compare to my USA made Honda Pilot (go figure!). I would highly recommend a Pilot to anyone interested. If you want to buy mine I’ll sell it to you for $100,000.

Primary Use: Family transportation

Pros: Looks, Interior, Made in the USA.

Cons: Makes tough-guy dads like me an instant Soccer Mom.

2012 Honda Pilot Review

    Impressive fuel economy pleasant ride roomy third-row seat clever interior storage features. Sluggish acceleration some cheap interior plastics feels cumbersome to drive.

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Though the 2012 Honda Pilot boasts strong fuel economy and roomy accommodations, it’s outpaced by more well-rounded choices.

Vehicle overview

Sometimes meaningful change can be achieved with just one or two thoughtful adjustments, and so it is with the 2012 Honda Pilot. For years, the Pilot was at best a mediocre alternative in a segment led by outstanding picks, but this year, the crossover gets tweaks that address its most nagging flaws. As a result, Honda’s boxy hauler gains some ground, climbing the compact-SUV hierarchy to become a more appealing choice.

The Pilot’s biggest shortcoming concerned unacceptably long braking distances; in this respect, its performance trailed that of rival models by a significant margin. Happily, this worrisome fault has been addressed; the 2012 Honda Pilot’s braking distance shows improvement of almost 30 feet, bringing the crossover in line with segment averages. Fuel economy also gets a boost, with the 2012 model upping mileage by 1 mpg city/2 mpg highway and 2 mpg combined thanks to various efficiency tweaks made to the engine and body aerodynamics. These gains are enough to make this Honda one of the most fuel-efficient models you can choose if you’re looking for a V6 midsize crossover.

These upgrades help bring the Pilot’s core strengths into sharper focus. Though it may not be reflected in the dimensions you’d see on a spec sheet, this crossover’s boxy shape affords it more usable space than most rivals for both passengers and cargo, with a third row that’s spacious enough to seat adults. It also has agreeable ride quality in its favor.

Despite the Pilot’s flurry of refinements, weaknesses remain. Its acceleration is sluggish, it can feel cumbersome to drive and some interior materials are cheaper than those found in rivals. The Dodge Durango and Mazda CX-9 all brim with more vigor off the line and are generally better to drive. Of course, these vehicles can’t beat the Pilot in terms of interior spaciousness, but if that’s a priority, we’d suggest considering the similarly sized Chevrolet Traverse and Ford Flex. Overall, though, the Honda Pilot is finally a worthy contender, well-rounded enough to shine as an attractive proposition in this closely fought segment.

2012 Honda Pilot models

The 2012 Honda Pilot is a midsize crossover SUV offered in four trim levels: LX, EX, EX-L and Touring.

The LX comes standard with 17-inch steel wheels, keyless entry, rear privacy glass, a trailer hitch, automatic headlights, a tilt-and-telescoping steering wheel, cruise control, front and rear air-conditioning, 60/40-split second- and third-row seats and a seven-speaker audio system with an auxiliary audio jack and CD/MP3 player.

The EX adds 18-inch alloy wheels, foglights, painted body molding (versus black plastic), heated exterior mirrors (on AWD models), an eight-way power driver seat (with two-way power lumbar), tri-zone automatic climate control, Bluetooth phone and audio connectivity, steering-wheel audio controls and 2GB of digital music storage.

The EX-L upgrades include a sunroof, a power liftgate, leather upholstery, heated front seats, a power passenger seat, a rearview camera, a multi-informational display for audio and vehicle information, an auto-dimming rearview mirror, an iPod/USB audio interface and satellite radio. Two optional features are offered on the EX-L: a rear-seat DVD entertainment system and a voice-activated navigation system bundled with voice controls, a multi-angle rearview camera and a 15GB music server.

Both the EX-L’s optional features are included on the high-end Touring model, which further adds roof rails, parking sensors, driver memory functions and a 10-speaker premium sound system.

2012 Highlights

Performance & mpg

The 2012 Honda Pilot is motivated by a 3.5-liter V6 that generates 250 horsepower and 253 pound-feet of torque. A five-speed automatic is the only available transmission. Front-wheel drive is standard, but all Pilot models are available with an all-wheel-drive system that automatically apportions power to the rear wheels — up to 70 percent — when front slippage occurs. This system also has a driver-selectable «lock» feature that routes maximum torque to the rear wheels at speeds below 19 mph.

In Edmunds performance testing, we clocked a Pilot Touring from a standstill to 60 mph in a slow 9.1 seconds. Fuel economy is quite good, though. The Pilot’s EPA estimates of 18 mpg city/25 highway and 21 mpg combined (17/24/20 for AWD models) place it near the top of its segment.

Standard safety equipment includes antilock brakes, stability control, front-seat side airbags and full-length side curtain airbags. In Edmunds brake testing, the 2012 Pilot came to a stop from 60 mph in 130 feet. This is average for the class but substantially better than the poor distances we registered in past Pilots.

In crash tests conducted by the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, the Pilot earned an overall rating of four stars out of a possible five, with four stars for frontal crash protection and five stars for side crash protection. Insurance Institute for Highway Safety tests saw the Pilot earning the top «Good» rating for both frontal-offset and side-impact crashes. In the Institute’s roof-strength test, however, the Pilot earned a second-lowest score of «Marginal.»

When it comes to performance, the 2012 Honda Pilot is hindered by a lack of power and a hefty curb weight. Off-the-line acceleration is lethargic, and we found that hilly terrain can flummox the five-speed automatic transmission — especially when cruise control is engaged. Around corners and in tight spaces, the Pilot feels rather cumbersome due to its slow steering and boxy dimensions. However, on choppy city pavement its soft suspension tuning pays dividends, as it readily soaks up ruts and bumps. In total, the Pilot is pleasant enough to drive, but it lacks the sharpness one might expect from a Honda.

Revisions for 2012 give the current Honda Pilot a center stack that’s less button-heavy than that of its predecessor. The buttons and knobs are also more logically clustered, which makes this Pilot’s controls more user-friendly than those seen in last year’s model. Unfortunately, there are more cheap-feeling plastics in the cabin than you’d find in the comparatively more upscale environments of its competitors.

You won’t feel short-changed by the Pilot’s third-row seats. In a segment where third rows are meant for child-size passengers only, the Honda Pilot is one of the few that can accommodate adults in relative comfort. Unfortunately the seat cushions for the second and third rows are too low, forcing longer-legged passengers into more of a squatting, knees-up position. The larger Chevy Traverse and Ford Flex are much more comfortable in this regard.

With the second and third row seats stowed, the 2012 Honda Pilot can hold up to 87 cubic feet of cargo. It’s a respectable figure, and the Pilot’s boxy shape works to its advantage, allowing it to accept bulkier items with ease. For smaller items, there are plenty of thoughtful storage bins and pockets throughout the cabin.

2012 Honda Pilot

Canadian MSRP

$34,920 — $48,520

Key Specifications for 2012 Honda Pilot

— Interior and exterior styling upgrades

— Improved fuel economy

— Upgraded audio and available navigation systems

— Exterior colours: Dark Amber Metallic added; Mocha Metallic discontinued

For 2012, the Honda Pilot undergoes minor changes. The exterior styling is sleeker and more aerodynamic, while the interior includes a revised instrument cluster, upgraded materials and a simplified centre stack. The audio and navigation systems are also upgraded.

The Pilot uses a 3.5-litre V6 engine that uses Variable Cylinder management (VCM) to run in six-, three- or four-cylinder mode, depending on power requirements, for increased fuel efficiency. All trim lines use a five-speed automatic transmission. The base LX model is available in front-wheel drive; it can be optioned to the all-wheel drive system used on all other models. The AWD system runs primarily in front-wheel but delivers power to the rear wheels upon acceleration, when it detects wheel slip, or when it is manually put into ?lock? mode by the driver at speeds below 30 km/h.

Features on the LX models include 17-inch alloy wheels, front and rear air conditioning, automatic headlamps, 60/40 split-folding second- and third-row seats, heated mirrors, cruise control, power windows, rear cargo net, keyless entry, CD/MP3 stereo, variable intermittent wipers, intermittent rear wiper, tinted glass, roof rails, tilt and telescopic steering wheel, integrated trailer hitch, and tire pressure monitoring system.

The EX adds tri-zone automatic climate control, security system, body-colour door handles and mirrors, fog lights, conversation mirror, exterior temperature gauge, six-CD stereo with steering wheel-mounted audio controls, eight-way power driver?s seat, and heated front seats.

The EX-L adds reverse camera with rearview mirror display, power sunroof, auto-dimming rearview mirror, XM Satellite Radio, leather-wrapped steering wheel, four-way power passenger seat, and leather upholstery.

The EX-L RES adds a DVD-based rear-seat entertainment system.

The Touring adds Bluetooth connectivity, trailer connection wiring, front and rear parking sensors, power tailgate, 115-volt outlet, navigation system, rearview camera, two-position driver?s side memory, premium six-CD stereo with USB connection, and heated second-row outboard seats.

2012 Honda Pilot Owners Manual Pdf

2012 Honda Pilot Owners Manual Pdf

2012 Honda Pilot Owners Manual Pdf – 2012 Honda-driven 3.5-liter V6 which produces 250 horsepower and torque 253 lbs. Only five automatic mode speeds are the only available transmissions. While the front wheel drive is standard, all experimental models are automatically available using any steering wheel the system that distributes power to the rear wheels-up to 70%-in the front slide. The system also has a “block” function, chosen by the driver, which sends the maximum torque to the rear wheels at speeds of less than 19 miles per hour.

2012 Honda-driven 3.5-liter V6 which produces 250 horsepower and torque 253 lbs. Only five automatic mode speeds are the only available transmissions. While the front wheel drive is standard, all experimental models are automatically available using any steering wheel the system that distributes power to the rear wheels-up to 70%-in the front slide. The system also has a “block” function, chosen by the driver, which sends the maximum torque to the rear wheels at speeds of less than 19 miles per hour.

The revised version of the current 2012 Honda driver gives a central stack smaller than its previous button. As the buttons are grouped and logically controlled, the pilot controls are more easy than those seen in last year’s models. Unfortunately, there is a cheaper plastic in the shed than you will find in a relatively large context of your competitors.

In the third line of the experimental experiment, short change was not felt. In the third part is for passenger passengers, Honda pilots are one of the few who can accommodate adults with relative comfort. Unfortunately, the second and third row seats are very low cushions, forcing the passengers to settle in a more illegal position on the knee. The wider Chevrolet and Ford Flex Walkway are much more useful in this regard.

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      Used 2012 Honda Pilot LX FWD SUV

      • VIN: 5FNYF3H27CB032930
      • Stock: 032930P

      Highlighted Features

        Speed sensitive wipers 3rd row seats Split folding rear seat Remote keyless entry Rear air conditioning Rear window wiper Trailer hitch receiver

      Detailed Specifications

      • 1-touch down
      • 1-touch up
      • Air conditioning
      • Driver door bin
      • Driver vanity mirror
      • Front beverage holders
      • Illuminated entry
      • Overhead console
      • Passenger door bin
      • Passenger vanity mirror
      • Power windows
      • Rear air conditioning
      • Rear beverage holders
      • Rear door bins
      • Remote keyless entry
      • Speed control
      • Telescoping steering wheel
      • Tilt steering wheel
      • Four wheel independent suspension
      • Front anti-roll bar
      • Front tires: 235/65TR17.0
      • Power steering
      • Rear anti-roll bar
      • Rear tires: 235/65TR17.0
      • Speed-sensing steering
      • Wheel size: 17″
      • AM/FM radio
      • CD player
      • CD-MP3 decoder
      • Radio data system
      • Speakers: 7
      • 3rd row seats: split-bench
      • Front center armrest
      • Front seats: bucket
      • Max seating capacity: 8
      • Rear seat center armrest
      • Rear seats: split-bench
      • Rear seats Folding position: fold forward seatback
      • Split folding rear seat
      • Cylinder configuration: V-6
      • Cylinder deactivation
      • Drive type: front-wheel
      • Engine liters: 3.5
      • Engine location: front
      • Fuel economy city: 18mpg
      • Fuel economy highway: 25mpg
      • Fuel tank capacity: 21.0gal.
      • Horsepower: 250hp @ 5,700RPM
      • Mode select transmission
      • Number of valves: 24
      • Recommended fuel: Regular Unleaded
      • Sequential multi-point fuel injection
      • Torque: 253 lb.-ft. @ 4,800RPM
      • Transmission: 5 speed automatic
      • Variable intake manifold
      • Variable valve control
      • Approach angle: 24 deg
      • Departure angle: 22 deg
      • Ground clearance (min): 202mm (8.0″)
      • Bodyside moldings
      • Bumpers: body-color
      • Power door mirrors
      • Rear cargo: liftgate
      • Skid plates
      • Trailer hitch receiver
      • 3rd row headroom: 970mm (38.2″)
      • 3rd row hiproom: 1,229mm (48.4″)
      • 3rd row legroom: 815mm (32.1″)
      • 3rd row shoulder room: 1,496mm (58.9″)
      • Compression ratio: 10.50 to 1
      • Curb weight: 1,950kg (4,299lbs)
      • Engine bore x stroke: 89.0mm x 93.0mm (3.50″ x 3.66″)
      • Engine displacement: 3.5 L
      • Engine horsepower: 250hp @ 5,700RPM
      • Engine torque: 253 lb.-ft. @ 4,800RPM
      • Exterior body width: 1,994mm (78.5″)
      • Exterior height: 1,803mm (71.0″)
      • Exterior length: 4,862mm (191.4″)
      • Front headroom: 1,016mm (40.0″)
      • Front hiproom: 1,488mm (58.6″)
      • Front legroom: 1,052mm (41.4″)
      • Front shoulder room: 1,562mm (61.5″)
      • GVWR: 2,700kg (5,952lbs)
      • Greenhouse Gas Score (GG): 4
      • Interior cargo volume: 510 L (18 cu.ft.)
      • Interior maximum cargo volume: 2,464 L (87 cu.ft.)
      • Passenger volume: 4,352L (153.7 cu.ft.)
      • Payload: 608kg (1,340lbs)
      • Rear headroom: 1,011mm (39.8″)
      • Rear hiproom: 1,445mm (56.9″)
      • Rear legroom: 978mm (38.5″)
      • Rear shoulder room: 1,580mm (62.2″)
      • Towing capacity: 907kg (2,000lbs)
      • Turning radius: 5.8m (19.0′)
      • Wheelbase: 2,774mm (109.2″)
      • Delay-off headlights
      • Display: analog
      • Front reading lights
      • Low tire pressure warning
      • Rear reading lights
      • Rear window defroster
      • Rear window wiper
      • Speed sensitive wipers
      • Tachometer
      • Trip computer
      • Variably intermittent wipers
      • 4 wheel disc brakes
      • ABS brakes
      • Anti-whiplash front head restraints
      • Brake assist
      • Dual front impact airbags
      • Dual front side impact airbags
      • Electronic stability
      • Ignition disable
      • Occupant sensing airbag
      • Overhead airbag
      • Panic alarm
      • Traction control

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      2012 Honda Pilot Windshield Wiper Blades

      Windshield Wiper Blades x >

      Michelin Hybrid Style Windshield Wiper Blades — Front
      2012 Honda Pilot

      22 Inch Driver’s Side Blade: MCH8522

      21 Inch Passenger’s Side Blade: MCH8521

      Wiper Blade Kit:

      Windshield Wiper Blades Specs:

      • Hybrid Style
      • Graphite-Coated Rubber
      • All-Weather
      • Single Blade — Standard

      Michelin Frame Style Windshield Wiper Blades — Rear
      2012 Honda Pilot

      14 Inch Rear Blade: MCH9514

      Windshield Wiper Blades Specs:

      • Frame Style
      • Graphite-Coated Rubber
      • Rain
      • Single Blade — Standard

      Rain-X Beam Style Windshield Wiper Blades — Front
      2012 Honda Pilot

      22 Inch Driver’s Side Blade: RX5079279-2

      21 Inch Passenger’s Side Blade: RX5079278-2

      Wiper Blade Kit:

      Windshield Wiper Blades Specs:

      • Beam Style
      • Synthetic Rubber
      • All-Weather
      • Single Blade — Rain-X Coating

      Michelin Hybrid Style Windshield Wiper Blades — Front
      2012 Honda Pilot

      22 Inch Driver’s Side Blade: MCH14522

      21 Inch Passenger’s Side Blade: MCH14521

      Wiper Blade Kit:

      Windshield Wiper Blades Specs:

      • Hybrid Style
      • Graphite-Coated Rubber
      • All-Weather
      • Single Blade — Standard

      Michelin Frame Style Windshield Wiper Blades — Front
      2012 Honda Pilot

      22 Inch Driver’s Side Blade: MCH3722

      21 Inch Passenger’s Side Blade: MCH3721

      Wiper Blade Kit:

      Windshield Wiper Blades Specs:

      • Frame Style
      • Graphite-Coated Rubber
      • Rain
      • Single Blade — Standard

      ClearPlus Hybrid Style Windshield Wiper Blades — Front
      2012 Honda Pilot

      22 Inch Driver’s Side Blade: CP91221

      21 Inch Passenger’s Side Blade: CP91211

      Wiper Blade Kit:

      Windshield Wiper Blades Specs:

      • Hybrid Style
      • Graphite-Coated Rubber
      • All-Weather
      • Single Blade — Standard

      ClearPlus Frame Style Windshield Wiper Blades — Front
      2012 Honda Pilot

      22 Inch Driver’s Side Blade: CP11221

      21 Inch Passenger’s Side Blade: CP11211

      Wiper Blade Kit:

      Windshield Wiper Blades Specs:

      • Frame Style
      • Graphite-Coated Rubber
      • Rain
      • Single Blade — Standard

      ClearPlus Frame Style Windshield Wiper Blades — Rear
      2012 Honda Pilot

      14 Inch Rear Blade: CP18142

      Windshield Wiper Blades Specs:

      • Frame Style
      • Graphite-Coated Rubber
      • All-Weather
      • Single Blade — Standard

      ClearPlus Frame Style Windshield Wiper Blades — Front
      2012 Honda Pilot

      22 Inch Driver’s Side Blade: CP80221

      21 Inch Passenger’s Side Blade: CP80201

      Wiper Blade Kit:

      Windshield Wiper Blades Specs:

      • Frame Style
      • Graphite-Coated Rubber
      • Snow and Ice
      • Single Blade — Standard

      Scrubblade Frame Style Windshield Wiper Blades — Front
      2012 Honda Pilot

      22 Inch Driver’s Side Blade: SC99FR

      21 Inch Passenger’s Side Blade: SC44FR

      Wiper Blade Kit:

      Windshield Wiper Blades Specs:

      • Frame Style
      • Graphite-Coated Rubber
      • All-Weather
      • Dual Blade

      ClearPlus Frame Style Windshield Wiper Blades — Front
      2012 Honda Pilot

      22 Inch Driver’s Side Blade: CP20221

      21 Inch Passenger’s Side Blade: CP20211

      Wiper Blade Kit:

      Windshield Wiper Blades Specs:

      • Frame Style
      • Graphite-Coated Rubber
      • Rain
      • Single Blade — Standard

      ClearPlus Frame Style Windshield Wiper Blades — Rear
      2012 Honda Pilot

      14 Inch Rear Blade: CP18148

      Windshield Wiper Blades Specs:

      • Frame Style
      • Graphite-Coated Rubber
      • All-Weather
      • Single Blade — Standard

      Rain-X Hybrid Style Windshield Wiper Blades — Front
      2012 Honda Pilot

      22 Inch Driver’s Side Blade: RX880007

      21 Inch Passenger’s Side Blade: RX880006

      Wiper Blade Kit:

      Windshield Wiper Blades Specs:

      • Hybrid Style
      • Synthetic Rubber
      • All-Weather
      • Single Blade — Standard

      Scrubblade Hybrid Style Windshield Wiper Blades — Front
      2012 Honda Pilot

      22 Inch Driver’s Side Blade: SC86FR

      21 Inch Passenger’s Side Blade: SC66FR

      Wiper Blade Kit:

      Windshield Wiper Blades Specs:

      • Hybrid Style
      • Graphite-Coated Rubber
      • All-Weather
      • Dual Blade

      2012 Honda Pilot MPG

      Based on data from 201 vehicles, 17,355 fuel-ups and 4,808,395 miles of driving, the 2012 Honda Pilot gets a combined Avg MPG of 17.74 with a 0.06 MPG margin of error.

      Below you can see a distribution of the fuel-ups with 854 outliers (4.69%) removed.

      Following shows the average MPG of each of the 201 vehicles in the system.

      2012 Honda Pilots For Sale Nearby

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      2012 Honda Pilot Touring 3.5L V6 GAS Automatic 5 Speed
      Added Apr 2012 • 421 Fuel-ups

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      Added Oct 2012 • 434 Fuel-ups

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      Added Apr 2015 • 204 Fuel-ups

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      Added Dec 2017 • 109 Fuel-ups

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      Added Mar 2018 • 25 Fuel-ups

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      Added Sep 2016 • 100 Fuel-ups

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      Added Sep 2016 • 165 Fuel-ups

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      2012 Honda Pilot

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      Added Mar 2018 • 231 Fuel-ups

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      Added Apr 2019 • 41 Fuel-ups

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      Added Jun 2015 • 387 Fuel-ups

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      2012 Honda Pilot EX-L 3.5L V6 GAS Automatic 5 Speed
      Added Sep 2016 • 294 Fuel-ups

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      2012 Honda Pilot

      2012 Honda Pilot LX 3.5L V6 GAS Automatic 5 Speed Sport Utility
      Added Sep 2018 • 77 Fuel-ups

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      2012 Honda Pilot EX-L 3.5L V6 GAS Automatic 5 Speed
      Added Jun 2018 • 26 Fuel-ups

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      2012 Pilot

      2012 Honda Pilot EX-L 3.5L V6 GAS Automatic 5 Speed
      Added Oct 2019 • 15 Fuel-ups

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      2012 Honda Pilot

      2012 Honda Pilot EX-L 3.5L V6 GAS Automatic 5 Speed
      Added Aug 2016 • 283 Fuel-ups

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      2012 Honda Pilot Touring 3.5L V6 GAS Automatic 5 Speed Sport Utility
      Added Oct 2017 • 131 Fuel-ups

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      2012 Honda Pilot EX-L 3.5L V6 GAS Automatic 5 Speed
      Added Sep 2016 • 196 Fuel-ups

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      2012 Honda Pilot EX-L 3.5L V6 GAS Automatic 5 Speed
      Added Oct 2019 • 31 Fuel-ups

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      2012 Honda Pilot EX-L 3.5L V6 GAS Automatic 5 Speed Sport Utility
      Added Jun 2018 • 101 Fuel-ups

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      2012 Honda Pilot Tire Size

      Your Honda was manufactured with different tire sizes. To determine the best tire size for your specific 2012 Honda Pilot, we first need to determine your rim size. Please review the information below.

      How to Determine Rim Size

      Check your existing tires. Your Honda Pilot’s rim size is the number to the right of the R. In the example pictured here, the tire size fits 16-inch rims.

      Rim Size Selection

      Now that you know your rim size, make a selection below to filter your results.

      17-Inch Rims

      2012 Honda Pilot

      The original tire size for your 2012 Honda Pilot is listed below. Tap on the box to view a color-coded explanation of your Honda Pilot’s’ tire size.

      P 235 / 65 R 17 103 T

      Simplified Size: 235-65-17

      Simplified size is useful for shopping and buying tires.

      The original tire size for your 2012 Honda Pilot is P235/65R17 103T. A color-coded explanation of the 2012 Honda Pilot’s tire size is shown below.

      This letter denotes the intended use of the tire.

      P Passenger Vehicle
      LT Light Truck
      C Commercial Vehicle

      This number indicates that your tire has a width of 235 millimeters.

      This number means that your tire has an aspect ratio of 65%. In other words, your tire’s sidewall height (from the edge of the rim to the tire’s tread) is 65% of the width. In this case, the sidewall height works out to be 152 millimeters.

      This letter denotes how your tire was constructed. Radial is the standard construction method for about 99% of all tires sold today.

      R Radial
      B Bias Belt
      D Diagonal

      The tire size was designed to fit rims or wheels that are 17 inches in diameter.

      This tire has a load index of 103, which means it’s capable of carrying a load of 1925 pounds (875 kg) or less. A higher number means the tire can carry more weight. A lower number means the opposite.

      This tire has a speed rating of T, which means 118 mph (190 km/h) is the maximum speed that can be sustained for 10 minutes. A higher speed becomes dangerous.

      18-Inch Rims

      2012 Honda Pilot

      The original tire size for your 2012 Honda Pilot is listed below. Tap on the box to view a color-coded explanation of your Honda Pilot’s’ tire size.

      EX EX-L Touring

      P 235 / 60 R 18 102 T

      Simplified Size: 235-60-18

      Simplified size is useful for shopping and buying tires.

      The original tire size for your 2012 Honda Pilot is P235/60R18 102T. A color-coded explanation of the 2012 Honda Pilot’s tire size is shown below.

      This letter denotes the intended use of the tire.

      P Passenger Vehicle
      LT Light Truck
      C Commercial Vehicle

      This number indicates that your tire has a width of 235 millimeters.

      This number means that your tire has an aspect ratio of 60%. In other words, your tire’s sidewall height (from the edge of the rim to the tire’s tread) is 60% of the width. In this case, the sidewall height works out to be 141 millimeters.

      This letter denotes how your tire was constructed. Radial is the standard construction method for about 99% of all tires sold today.

      R Radial
      B Bias Belt
      D Diagonal

      The tire size was designed to fit rims or wheels that are 18 inches in diameter.

      This tire has a load index of 102, which means it’s capable of carrying a load of 1870 pounds (850 kg) or less. A higher number means the tire can carry more weight. A lower number means the opposite.

      This tire has a speed rating of T, which means 118 mph (190 km/h) is the maximum speed that can be sustained for 10 minutes. A higher speed becomes dangerous.

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