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so..i have a pilot on order...but i'm a little concerned about so many people waiting until 2004..for honda to get the 'bugs' out...am i being impatient...should i wait???
 

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gwinks said:
so..i have a pilot on order...but i'm a little concerned about so many people waiting until 2004..for honda to get the 'bugs' out...am i being impatient...should i wait???
I haven’t heard of anyone waiting till 2004. Plus, there is no guarantee that they will change anything anyway...
 

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I just test drove a LX and I only found one thing that might be wrong or maybe its just the way its designed. The Center armrest top cover, when closed does not snap or anything, you can just lift it up without using the little opening lever thing in the front. But its just too small of a thing to even concern me about it because the drive was so nice I just cant believe it, its like hopping in a lifted Accord, the engine is just as smooth and so are the shifts. The ride is just as quiet as the accord. Jumping back into my accord afterwards only felt like getting into a lowered pilot lol.

So far I am very impressed. But have some questions regarding the pricing, the sales guy said that he can do $29K for it, what you think about the price?

One more thing that I found odd on the pilot, me and the sales guy could not figure out how to move the center seats forward, and once we located the thing on the upper side of the center seats, it seems that when the center seats are moved up they will only lock back in all the way to the back, is there no front-back adjustment for the center seats? if not thats going to be very dissapointing
 

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The center armrest cover does snap shut.
The middle row of seats only locks fully back (I wish there were another position).
$29,000 for an LX sounds awfully high, My EX at MSRP was 29,730 including $460 for freight.
As for bugs I haven't seen any YET (Knock on wood).
 

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The 2nd & 3rd rows. . .

It all makes sense if you think of the 3rd row seats as for kids only. If you are hoping to ferry 8 adults around on a regular basis you need a biger bus. The second row is unusually roomy though. It meets our family of 4 need perfectly.

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my experience Honda never makes huge changes after their first model year ....

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