YPSILANTI TWP, MI – When surveyed by American Honda Motor Co. Inc. on desirable attributes for the next-generation Pilot, owners asked for more room in the third row and improved fuel economy, while also imploring designers not to make the ’09 Pilot “look like a minivan.” At the same time, Pilot owners wanted more comfort and convenience, a request supported by the high-end features appearing in newer CUVs in the segment, such as the Mazda CX-9 and Hyundai Veracruz. “Memory seats (also) ...

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