Honda Pilot ‘Awesome, Perfect for Families’
Kabeir Dilawri, the general manager at Crown Honda calls the Honda Pilot, “Awesome. It’s perfect for families.”
And he doesn’t stop there.
“It is consistently one of our top sellers,” Dilawri added. “The new Pilot landed in August and it turns out, August was our best Pilot month ever. We sold six of them last month.
According to Dilawri, “not only does the Pilot have generous interior space, comfort and cargo versatility, it’s one of the most fuel-efficient ways to move eight people, thanks to the Variable Cylinder Management system. Tech features like the eight-inch i-MID and an available DVD rear entertainment system will keep your passengers amused no matter how far you go, while the lively 250-horsepower engine helps you enjoy every passing kilometre.
“And it has an SE Package that includes DVD, heated fabric seats and power everything. The Touring model has all the bells and whistles.”
Kelly Blue Book loved the 2015 Pilot: “Its tidy exterior proportions make it easy to maneuver through cramped parking lots and rush-hour traffic, yet with seating for up to eight passengers, it can hold as many people as most full-size SUVs. Add in Honda’s reputation for reliability and strong resale, and the Pilot begins to look like a sure bet.”
Plus, with the standard integrated trailer hitch, you’re always ready to tow if need be. From routine trips in the city to spontaneous road trips to the country, the 2015 Pilot is ready when you are.
The Dilawri Automotive Group
Founded in 1984 by Ashok Dilawri, the Dliawri Automotive Group has more than 400 employees and includes seven Winnipeg-based car dealerships. It also provides customers with the Waverly Auto Mall (WAM) Collision Center, a 24-bay glass, paint and auto body center; D-MAX, a 14-bay detailing center; and GAS Performance, a specialty aftermarket and performance accessory showroom with the largest inventory of custom wheels and tires in Winnipeg. The Dilawri Automotive Group has been named one of Canada’s 50 Best Managed Companies.