|By PR Newswire||
|July 31, 2014 01:00 AM EDT||
COUNTRYSIDE, Ill., July 31, 2014 /PRNewswire-iReach/ -- Fill-in-the-blank posts have become popular exercises on social media. Of course, few social media users can resist the opportunity to publicize opinions, so a prompt to fill in the blank remains a quick and easy way to find out where users like to travel, what they like to eat and what their favorite summer activities are. Fill-in-the-blanks are not strictly reserved for social sharing, however. Now that new models of the 2015 Pilot have arrived at Continental Honda, the Chicago-area dealership is looking to fill in blanks that describe exactly what the vehicle was made for.
As far as a solid travel option is concerned, the 2015 Pilot efficiently moves from point to point while safely seating eight passengers. The vehicle's two back rows of seating are made for much more than passenger transport, however. In the event that the second- or third-row goes unoccupied, the 2015 Honda Pilot is creatively engineered to offer a 60/40 split-fold solution. Not only does this seating option open a space that spans from the liftgate to the front-row buckets, but that space accommodates up to 87 cubic feet of cargo volume.
A split-fold design is not the only creative feature of Pilot's second- and third-row seating. Unlike many SUVs in Pilot's price range, the rear seats inside Honda's sport utility provide a comfortable platform with which to enjoy Pilot's DVD entertainment option. USB and Bluetooth connectivity supplement Pilot's entertainment offerings by giving drivers complete control over audio selections.
Made for effective cargo management, entertainment and Honda's signature emphasis on safety, the 2015 Pilot is available now at Continental Honda. For more information regarding the Chicago-area Honda dealer or the 2015 Honda Pilot, call Continental Honda directly at 888-865-0378 or visit www.continentalhonda.com.
Media Contact: Joe Veverka, Continental Honda, 888-865-0378, [email protected]
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SOURCE Continental Honda
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