The brand-new, fourth-generation Pilot will start at $40,445 in price, according to Honda. The model starts at $1,070 more than the third-generation 2022 model, but it is more durable, capable, and adaptable than ever before. Ten trim levels, including front- and all-wheel-drive models, are available for the SUV.
The same 3.5-liter V6 engine, which produces 285 horsepower and 355 Nm of torque, is used in all 2023 Pilot trims.
The Pilot lineup's FWD Sport model costs the least, while the Sport AWD model starts at $42,545.
The Elite, which starts at $53,325, is the most expensive model in the lineup, costing only $160 more than the Black Edition, which tops the lineup for 2022.
The Elite trim includes ventilated front seats, perforated leather seat inserts, a 10.2-inch instrument display that can be customized, a color heads-up display, and a multi-view camera as standard features.
The off-road capable TrailSport model, which is the most tough Honda will offer, starts at $49645. It has a raised suspension, all-terrain tires, standard AWD, and other features. It has already proven its mettle at the Rebelle Rally.
There will also be a unique options package for the 2023 Pilot. It adds fender flares, bronze or black wheels, HPD graphics, and costs $2,950. It was created in association with Honda Performance Development.
Other noteworthy new post-production option packages include Protections, which costs $290, Function, which costs $405, and Tow, which costs between $305 and $990.