The 2015 Honda Pilot colors may not be the first thing on your mind when shopping for a new crossover SUV in West Michigan, but we think you should know what your options are first. After all, the first thing anyone will notice about your SUV is its color, followed most likely by the silver Honda “H” on the grille and liftgate.
Before you take a test drive of the new Pilot, read on to find out what your color options are, inside and out. We can give you a look at our available models that are in stock and also let you know how long it would take for your perfect configuration of colors to be delivered to the West Michigan Honda Dealer of your choice.
Finding Your Pilot’s Colors
The 2015 Honda Pilot has eight different exterior colors available to choose from:
- Taffeta White
- White Diamond Pearl
- Crystal Black Pearl
- Dark Cherry Pearl
- Obsidian Blue Pearl
- Dark Amber Metallic
- Alabaster Silver Metallic
- Modern Steel Metallic
We can’t choose the color for you, but we do know that the Alabaster Silver Metallic and Obsidian Blue Pearl colors have been pretty popular with our drivers. Once you have settled on your choice, you’ll have three different options for the interior:
The new Pilot Special Edition can be found with just the gray interior, though the LX and EX trims come in either beige or gray cloth interiors. Drivers of the Touring and EX-L trim levels have leather upholstery that comes in all three colors.
We’ve found that the black interior mixes well with any of the metallic exterior colors—particularly the Alabaster Silver and Modern Steel—and the beige interior meshes well with the Dark Cherry Pearl, Obsidian Blue Pearl, or either of the white exteriors. And it’s tough to argue with the stylish black-on-black look available on EX-L and Touring models.
Drive Home a Honda Pilot
The best way for you to see these colors is to visit a West Michigan Honda Dealer in person. We’ll start you off with a test drive of the 2015 Honda Pilot, then we’ll look at pamphlets of all of the available colors before we go through the paperwork.