2019 Honda Pilot Headlight Did Not Cause Any Trouble

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One of the main reason why so many crossovers and SUV could not get the Safety Pick + rating from IIHS was because their headlights could not offer the driver adequate visibility at night but that is clearly not going to be an issue for the Honda Pilot.

The Honda Pilot was awarded the Safety Pick + rating by IIHS. To get this rating, the vehicle will need to have scored a “Good” rating for all the test including the driver-side small overlap front, moderate overlap front, side, roof strength, and head restraint test. The passenger side small overall test will need to pass with at least an “Acceptable” rating.

On top of that, the front crash prevention system will need to be an “Advanced” and above rating, while the headlight will need to at least get a “Good” rating and this is something that the other models were struggling to get.

Since the Pilot does come with a standard crash prevention system and LED reflector headlight with high-beam visibility, getting the top safety award was a piece of cake.

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