2005 Honda PilotJanice Jackson - WASHINGTON, DC09/30/2016
I feel confident that I can rely on this car to start each time and get me where I am going with no trouble. It drives well, sits comfortably enough for my long legs, has ample storage space, and is built with a chassis that is high enough off the ground that I do not have to worry about major damage from all of the potholes and high speed bumps on streets in DC. My Honda has been very reliable over the years needing only normal maintenance.
We searched for a 3rd row SUV and compared the Pilot with the Toyota Highlander and the GMC Acadia. We chose this one because it had more space for 2nd and 3rd row seating and considerable more space in the back. We liked the Acadia a lot as well, but it didn't have the same reputation as a dependable, long-lasting SUV. We've had it for a few months now and still love it.
I bought my 2009, in July 2008. It was something that we had been waiting for years. Spacious, good style and re;liability of Honda which I have experienced since 1977. I still feels as I just bought it. No repairs, except one time changing the brakes. Even the tires look very good. Used it for travel with 8 people and everyone was comfortable. There is nothing wrong with this car. In fact, I want to buy a new one for myself since my wife is using this most of the time. However, I don't like the new one since it is smaller and not as good looking.
Pro - Reliable, spacious, versatile, gas mileage, smooth ride and handling and looks
Con - My wife loves it so much that she is using most of the time
So you’re considering a Honda Accord as your next car. It’s a good choice—the Accord is very highly-regarded in any of its available variants. Plus, it combines good gas mileage with lively performance and plenty of interior space. For those who enjoy the experience of driving, Accords are known for their firm ride, good handling, and responsive steering.