Pride? I don't think so, the whole point of it is the advertise that the Pilot is 4X4 or AWD.. Pride has nothing to do with it. I will not be spending money to put this on my Pilot, but I think it would give potential customers something to think about when making a decision to by a GM or a Honda..baoloclamdong said:Look at other SUV's and trucks,they proudly have the 4X4 on them.I guess for pride.Really does not matter or different would made with or without.
In my view, that really wouldn't look good on a Pilot. That's more for the domestic trucks and SUV's with their jacked up suspension and huge tires.baoloclamdong said:Should we put 4X4 logo on our Pilots???
catbert said:People who don't know much about the Pilot ask me if it is 2 wheel drive or what, so I can see where the badge would be good.
This is pretty funny -- One girl asked me if my Pilot was 4 wheel drive. I told her it was all wheel drive. She then told me she couldn't get one then because she lived in an area where she needed 4 wheel drive in the winter. I didn't bother explaining what all wheel drive was to her after that. I wasn't sure she would understand...:8:
Nope. I put the "Attach Stuck CR-V Here" plate on the tow hitch!
Just some friendly sibling rivalry... no harm done. Personally, I think anything that stops my V would stop a Pilot just as easily. At least you guys can watch a DVD while you wait to be rescued.JungleJim said:
Funny, but our "V" has never been stuck. Believe me I've tried, but no success. Plus, we shouldn't be cutting on other Honda products. There's plenty of "V" built into the Pilot.
Actually, based on other posts in this thread, "everybody" doesn't know at all.cwg said:"4x4" stickers only make sense on vehicles that are available in 4x2 or 4x4 versions. Everyone knows Pilots are only available in 4x4.