DETROIT -- Honda Motor Co. Ltd. rounds out its product lineup with an SUV to call its own. The Pilot, a 3-bench, V-6-powered SUV, will be built on the same platform as the Acura MD-X. It will replace the aged Passport that was built for Honda by Isuzu Motors Ltd. The pre-production version, shown for the first time Dec. 13 in Detroit, will make its official debut at January’s North American International Auto Show in Detroit. The Pilot is slated to bow next summer and targets annual sales ...

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