One thing I've always liked about my wife's 2016 Touring is the good turning radius. My daily driver is a '98 Accord which also has a good turning radius and with either vehicle I can make a U-turn on the street in front of my house. However, with my Accord I have make sure I am lined up very close to the curb when I start the U-turn otherwise I might cut it too close and end up having to do a 3-point turn. The Pilot on the other hand is much more forgiving and I end up with room to spare. I would of thought the Pilot (being the bigger vehicle) would need more room. So out of curiosity I looked up the published specs on both vehicles and they show the Pilot should need and extra 3 feet to complete a U-turn compared to the Accord. How can manufacturer specs be so different than real world impressions? Is it all in my head? Has anyone else experienced something like this?