2020 Honda Pilot Cargo Space and Dimensions

December 2nd, 2019 by

Bike and equipment stored in cargo area of honda pilot
If you need a sleek and stylish SUV that doesn’t sacrifice on efficiency or performance, the 2020 Honda Pilot was built for you. The Honda Pilot cargo space allows drivers to bring all their family, friends, and gear along for their Brockton adventures! Learn more about the Honda Pilot dimensions and cargo space in our guide below!

Honda Pilot Cargo Space

With a variety of configurations, the new Honda Pilot dimensions can accommodate almost any cargo load. Whether you need to pick up the kids from school in Taunton or haul groceries around in Fall River the Honda Pilot cargo space has you covered.  The Pilot offers 16.5 cubic feet of dedicated cargo space behind the third row which can reach up to 46.8 cubic feet of cargo space once the third row is laid flat. With a total of 83.9 cubic feet, the Honda Pilot cargo space will satisfy any driver!
Honda Pilot Interior Front Seating and Storage Features

Honda Pilot Organizational Features

The customizable configurations in the Pilot interior not only help you haul tons of cargo, but stay organized while doing it. The Pilot takes the stress out of any commute by offering unique storage solutions, including:

  • Small storage compartments for sunglasses and more
  • Center console storage for multi-purpose storage
  • Four cargo-area tie-down anchors
  • Cargo-area bag hooks
  • Two garment hooks

Honda Pilot Dimensions and Passenger Space

While riding in a 2020 Honda Pilot drivers and passengers alike will be able to relax due to the abundance of dedicated passenger space. The seating capacity of the Honda Pilot will range between seven and eight depending on your chosen trim. Here are the dimensions for the base model Honda Pilot LX:

  • Headroom (front/middle/rear): 40.1 / 40.2 / 38.9 inches
  • Legroom (front/middle/rear): 40.9 / 38.4 / 31.9 inches
  • Shoulder Room (front/middle/rear): 62 / 62 / 57.6 inches
  • Hiproom (front/middle/rear): 59.1 / 57.3 / 44.6 inches
  • Passenger Volume: 152.9 cubic feet

Test Drive a New 2020 Honda Pilot in Raynham Today!

Contact us at Silko Honda to set up an appointment to explore the Honda Pilot dimensions and cargo space and compare it to the interior space of the Honda CR-V. After you have brought home your dream Honda, make sure to come back and visit our service center to keep your Pilot running like the day you bought it!

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