Yeah, I liked the part about, "steel guards deflect sophisticated tools like bent coat hangers from the lock rod and latch mechanism..."stimpsjd said:In the article it talks about theft-deterrents...basically making the lock mechanisms inaccessible. Question is, if you were to lock yourself out of your Pilot, how could you get in?
This review was pretty good.alxab said:Review in the Sunday Boston Globe:
Nope, I would like to see confirmation of this somewhere else in print.SoapPlant said:I thought this was interesting...
"A unique feature of the VTM-4 is that it drives the rear wheels whenever the vehicle accelerates, even on dry pavement. The advantages of this are: less torque steer, better traction from a standing start and increased vehicle stability."
Did anyone else know this?
Here are a couple quotes I came across while doing a quick search on the Net. One is in reference to the Acura MDX, and I'm assuming the Pilot employs a similar, if not exact version of the MDX VTM-4. The other is non-specific to either model. I'll see what else I can come up with tonight:autobahn said:
Nope, I would like to see confirmation of this somewhere else in print.