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How much cargo space does the 2021 Honda Pilot have?

By Product Expert | Posted in Pilot on Thursday, November 12th, 2020 at 8:48 am
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2021 Honda Pilot Cargo Space Dimensions and Interior Features

It’s in the name: Sport Utility Vehicle. If an SUV isn’t practical, then what’s the point? Utility is measured in many ways, such as engine specs or drivetrain type. However, there is one particular measurement that SUVs should always aim high for: cargo space dimensions.

How much cargo space does the 2021 Honda Pilot have?

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Cargo Space Dimensions

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The 2021 Honda Pilot is a three-row SUV that can hold a lot of stuff. There are two sets of cargo bay measurements depending on trim. The LX, EX, EX-L, SE, and Touring have 18.5 cu-ft behind the third row, 55.9 cu-ft behind the second row with the last row folded down, and 109.0 cu-ft behind the first row with both rear rows folded down. The top-tier Elite has slightly less space due to other features. It measures in at 18.0 cu-ft, 55.0 cu-ft, and 108.5 cu-ft behind the third, second, and first rows, respectively.

Interior Features

Every 2021 Honda Pilot comes with the Honda Sensing® safety suite. Included in that package are the Collision Mitigation Braking System™, road departure mitigation, adaptive cruise control, lane keeping assist, forward collision warning, lane departure warning, and automatic high-beam headlights. A multi-angle rearview camera is also standard. Starting at the EX trim, the blind spot information system with cross traffic monitor. Also starting at the EX trim, the Honda Pilot gains HondaLink®, CabinControl® remote compatibility, Apple CarPlay®, and Android Auto™, alongside other features.

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