The redesigned 2016 Pilot is quicker, quieter, more fuel-efficient, and more contemporary looking. It keeps its three-row seating configuration and extremely functional interior, but gone are the cheap plastics of the previous generation. Power comes from a slick 3.5-liter V6 that is now rated at 280 hp. We got 20 mpg overall in our tests of an EX-L with the standard six-speed automatic. We found the ride comfortable, but handling ungainly. The infotainment system is unintuitive. Touring and Elite trims get a nine-speed that doesn't shift smoothly and is stuck with an unintuitive electronic shifter. Front- and all-wheel drive are offered, and the optional Honda Sensing safety system includes forward-collision warning with automatic braking.