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I’ve only seen a mention of it on Edmunds but they say no big design changes. I thought 2021 was supposed to be the new design year?
 

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Major model changes typically occur on a six-year schedule, so MY2022 is more likely for the next big design change.
However, the second generation Pilot ran for seven model years - MY2009-2015, with a mid-cycle update for MY2012.
 

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Major model changes typically occur on a six-year schedule, so MY2022 is more likely for the next big design change.
However, the second generation Pilot ran for seven model years - MY2009-2015, with a mid-cycle update for MY2012.
For sure by then, the all new Honda Crosstour will release and will be no need to make Pilots or Passports anymore :p.
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Does that mean the Acura ZDX will also be making a comeback?

That would be awsome!
Better yet, the Crosstour convertible!
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Heads will roll if they do. In 2013 I seriously looked at the Infinity G Convertible and the Audi TT Convertible, but bought the Pilot as a responsible grandfather with 3 granddaughters should.
Nissan had a more inventive product name with the Murano CrossCabriolet.

Heads will roll if they do. In 2013 I seriously looked at the Infinity G Convertible and the Audi TT Convertible, but bought the Pilot as a responsible grandfather with 3 granddaughters should.
Nothing new Honda has interests me.
EV anyone?
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Am I the only one who liked the ZDX?
 

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Am I the only one who liked the ZDX?
I liked it, but the wife chose to drive RLs and MDXs. Finally got her budgeted into this 2017 rebuilt Pilot. 😁
 

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That thing looks like it came out of the kids movie Cars, with the eye like headlights and toothy grin grill.
I guess their thinking nostalgia will win Honda fans. We drove the old Civic because it was reliable, not becsuse it looked great. It's obvious that Honda isn't asking us what we want to drive.
 

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My dream car would be a 1939 Buick Special convertible. At home I had an uncle who’s hobby was restoring antique vehicles. He did a 1939 Buick special convertible in white with white interior and red piping. That thing was gorgeous and a whole lot of fun to drive. It reminded me of the glamour days a Hollywood.

imagine this in gleaming white.

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Meh. It ain’t a convertible.
I really enjoy convertibles for the next month or say and 1-2 months in the fall. Otherwise they are compromised to me.

My dream car would be a 1939 Buick Special convertible. At home I had an uncle who’s hobby was restoring antique vehicles. He did a 1939 Buick special convertible in white with white interior and red piping. That thing was gorgeous and a whole lot of fun to drive. It reminded me of the glamour days a Hollywood.

imagine this in gleaming white.

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Sorry that body style does little for me. My favorite car styling occurred from 1955-1970. Does it at least have a straight eight?
 

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To each their own. Me, I like classic lines, driving comfort, and style in old vehicles. The 39 Buick had all of those. There are some very classic vehicles out there. The Ford 32 A Coupe, the 1920's Bentley 3 liter, Jaguar late 60's XKE, the 40 Ford Coupe, the 48 Buick Super Estate wagon and the 55 & 57 Chevrolet Belair's to name a few. (To me the 56 looked a little hodge podge)
 

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To each their own. Me, I like classic lines, driving comfort, and style in old vehicles. The 39 Buick had all of those. There are some very classic vehicles out there. The Ford 32 A Coupe, the 1920's Bentley 3 liter, Jaguar late 60's XKE, the 40 Ford Coupe, the 48 Buick Super Estate wagon and the 55 & 57 Chevrolet Belair's to name a few. (To me the 56 looked a little hodge podge)
I'm with you on the Tri-Five, the 40 Ford (my dad's is a 39) and the XKE. The rest are meh to me.

All time greatest body style ever:

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