Heated seats are standard, I believe for leather Pilots. They're only available for the front seats and just a click of a button does the trick.gary said:Can you post the differences in Canadian vs. US models, if any? I read somewhere that Canadian market cars had heated seats, true?
RipRocK said:$42,000 (sticker price) - $500 + cost of wind deflector + GST and all applicable taxes = $45,300 + $950 (side step bar) + $150 (paint protection) = just about $46,000.
These are the tether anchor hooks. Tether anchors and LATCH anchors are two different things. You will find LATCH anchors only on the outboard seats of the 2nd row (the LATCH anchors are hidden in the joint between the seatback and seatcushion). The tether anchors on the 2nd row are on the back of the seats.copilot said:lift up the rear hatch. Along the same ledge where there is the access to the spare tire bolt you use to winch down the tire holder are two little square plastic covers with the LATCH symbol on them. If you lift them up you can see the hooks. I don't know where the ones are for the front of the 3rd row; but if there are ones in the back, I'm sure there must be ones in the front.:4:
Sorry for the late response.PChiu said:The LX model is selling for $41,000 and Ex for $43,000 in Toronto. Is the selling price different over there ?
And we have to pay GST+PST, but you just have to pay GST, is that true ? Thanks
PChiu said:Thanks for the pricing information.
I meant EX and Ex-L, just looking at too much US content and mixed up.
For my EX-L, $43,000 + GST & PST (15%) alone will be $49,450.
That's why I was wondering about the pricing over there , Alberta.
What is this MMT and what will it do to the Pilot?smitman said:For any interested canadian participants:
1. What is the VIN of your vehicle
2. Did your dealer include any accessories in the deal
3. Any problems so far
4. Did you see the warning to canadians about gas with MMT additive in the manual?
No kidding? Wow, that gov't of ours will get their grubby hands on our money anyway they can. No wonder we are, by far, the highest taxed citizens among the G8 countries.gopilot said:I aslo looked into buying one in Alberta, but there is no point, you will have to pay the PST when you register it back in your own province... (the government wins again!)
You should go to honda.ca and compare the prices the dealer's quoting you and the prices listed on the website. Also, you should call around and find out who has the lowest prices.kalekainxx said:Anyone from Greater Vancouver know where i can get accessories for my pilot at reasonable prices? The dealer charges an arm and a leg!! I don't believe them when they tell me they are selling them to me at costs.