2014 Honda pilot will be complete with CVT engine
According to reports that we have quoted from auto blogs, 2014 Honda pilot plant will be 1.6-liter diesel engine and air force 220 horsepower. With design 10% more efficient than its predecessor.
Not just on the engine alone, even heard the news that Honda will begin to move to the continuously variable transmission technology. But the news is not yet clears its correctness. We’ve known for some time that the Japanese automaker is poised to go the belt and pulley route, but it hasn’t been clear what vehicles will receive the transmission. Not every vehicle will get a CVT, as the report states that “performance models and off-road vehicles will retain geared transmissions.”
According to some sources, 2014 Honda pilot plant will be 1.5-liter 4-cylinder engine with CVT. In Europe, in the estimate, Honda will equip its cars with the Fit Hybrid. Meanwhile in America will be launched hybrid versions.
The aging 2014 Honda pilot three-row crossover can receive a brand new three.5-liter Earth Dreams V6 once the model is redesigned for 2014. Power is predicted to get on the order of 310 power unit and 265 pound-feet of torsion, and a CVT is additionally a part of the program, however solely on front-drive models. Conjointly enclosed is extra confirmation that the Civic can get Associate in nursing emergency refresh, a mere eighteen months when its launch triggered a lackluster response from critics.
There is also mention that finally, the Associate in nursing report conjointly dangles the chance of invigorating the S2000 to vie with the descendant FR-S and Subaru BRZ, on the other hand dashes hopes by voice communication that it’s not a priority for the Japanese auto maker.