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LSURussian
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re: Honda Pilot of Explorer?


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explorer was 42k
For that kind of money you can get a Lexus RX350.








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dallastiger55
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Jennings, LA
Member since Jan 2010
4667 posts

re: Honda Pilot of Explorer?


russian, we have to have at least 7 passengers. have 2 kids might go for a 3rd in a year plus my wife and me.





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LSURussian
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Member since Feb 2005
80159 posts

re: Honda Pilot of Explorer?


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we have to have at least 7 passengers
Isn't the Lexus RX the same seating capacity as an Explorer and a Pilot?

It's not my business but I just love our Lexus.






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threeputt
Notre Dame Fan
God's Country
Member since Sep 2008
21743 posts

re: Honda Pilot of Explorer?


Im in the market for a medium sized suv as well. I am leaning to the audi or volvo. Maybe the lexus.





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Tigah in the ATL
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Atlanta
Member since Feb 2005
23821 posts

re: Honda Pilot of Explorer?


Both are great since they took the Explorer off of a frame. Can't go wrong.





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Tigah in the ATL
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Atlanta
Member since Feb 2005
23821 posts

re: Honda Pilot of Explorer?


quote:

e a shite ton of buttons and it looks too busy.
Ford just moves the buttons to the touch screen which is hardly easier






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Scooby
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Member since Aug 2006
952 posts

re: Honda Pilot of Explorer?


Bought the new pathfinder last month for my wife. We love it. Good bit of room with the third row up, able to fit adults in the third row. Very good feature with it is that you can have a car seat in the second row and still slide it forward to gain access to the third row. We really like it.





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dallastiger55
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Jennings, LA
Member since Jan 2010
4667 posts

re: Honda Pilot of Explorer?


Scooby, do you mind telling what model and features and what kind of deal you got?





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seawolf06
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Raleigh, NC
Member since Oct 2007
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re: Honda Pilot of Explorer?


Pathfinder is nice but supposedly has terrible torque steer.

You can always get better deals once the redesigned model year hits the market. Instant depreciation of the older models.






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AbsolutTiger
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Baton Rouge
Member since Sep 2006
4337 posts

re: Honda Pilot of Explorer?


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Fully loaded Pilot was 38k and explorer was 42k.


Those stickers are ridiculous. You could get a CPO MDX for much less.






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Maniac979
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The Great State of Texas
Member since Jan 2012
400 posts

re: Honda Pilot of Explorer?


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lsuCJ5
LSU Fan
Geismar, LA
Member since Nov 2012
405 posts

re: Honda Pilot of Explorer?


my wife has had a 2010 and 2012 pilot. they restyled it a little in 2012, so i would not expect a change in a few years. we have had no touble with either one, very low maintenance. The only reason we bought a new one is they offered us a really good trade in on the 2012. i would buy another one.





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11thACR
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Georgia
Member since Mar 2012
490 posts

re: Honda Pilot of Explorer?


2013 Jeep Cherokee, best ride, best value , best resale...and if you want it to run, try the Hemi verson and hurt some Porches.





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bryso
Clemson Fan
The Real Death Valley
Member since Dec 2006
27062 posts

re: Honda Pilot of Explorer?


40k for an explorer frick me





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Willie Stroker
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Houston...ish
Member since Sep 2008
4381 posts

re: Honda Pilot of Explorer?


Let reliability be the deciding factor if you're torn. Consumer Reports rates the Pilot as much more reliable.





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Hammond Tiger Fan
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Hammond
Member since Oct 2007
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re: Honda Pilot of Explorer?


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Fully loaded Pilot was 38k and explorer was 42k


I don't understand why people spend this much on a vehicle. $40K for a Ford or Honda is ridiculous.

I was just in the market for a SUV and we decided to go with a used 2011 V6 Kia Sorrento. I just couldn't bring myself to spending what most spend on a car. Yeah, I'm rolling the dice reliability wise with the Kia, but I know for sure I won't spend anywhere close to $20K repairing the vehicle while I own it.






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