I‘ve owned my Pilot Elite since new in August 2015 (it’s a 2016 model) with only about 45,000 miles. I plan on trading it in for a Toyota in a few weeks. Yesterday while driving slowly down my street in my Pilot, the transmission started grinding, error messages of all kinds started flashing and the electronic shifter would not go into park. Error messages said transmission failure, emission system failure, blind spot sensor failure, etc etc you name it. Then the engine started revving uncontrollably. I couldn’t shift into park (!!!). I literally had to depress the brake and start button at the same time for several seconds before it would shut off. I guess it went into park when that happened. After a few minutes I tried starting it and the engine revved up uncontrollably again and I was afraid to put it in gear. So I had it towed to the local Honda dealer. They discovered the problem was twofold- the “rear bank V-Tech pressure switch” failed and there was an internal short on the start/stop switch (but this had been replaced before so not sure why it failed so soon). Anyway, so far today it’s running fine. Me and my Pilot have been a lot of places the past 5 years and I really think it knows I’m about to trade it in for a Toyota. I hope it doesn’t fall apart now.