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2018 Honda Pilot Continues To Ignore Fans’ Pleas

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While people seem to be pretty happy with what Honda has to offer on their vehicles in terms of design, performance, and features, there is one thing that the fans have been begging Honda to fix and that is the missing volume knob.

A few of Honda’s newer models came without a volume knob and the fans were not too happy about it. Despite that, it does not look like Honda plans to bring back the knob anytime soon as the Honda Pilot also came in without the volume knob.

Of course, the volume knob itself is not going to be a deal breaker for many of the fans but the fans are still angry that Honda continues to ignore them.

The new Honda Pilot arrived this week with a 3.5-liter V6 engine under the hood. The engine will be offering about 280hp and 263lb ft of torque. With the upgrades, the Pilot will now offer 20mpg in the city and 27mpg on the highway.

Other upgrades include new optional features, new exterior features upgrades and more. The base Honda Pilot will now retail for $31,875.

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