What is the 2021 Honda Pilot Cargo Space?

February 23rd, 2021 by
2021 Honda Pilot with Roof Rack

The 2021 Honda Pilot SUV is a three-row SUV that accommodates up to eight passengers. Its spacious interior also offers plenty of room to carry all of the groceries, sports gear, or camping supplies you need on your Branford-area travels. Learn more about the Honda Pilot cargo space in this guide from Westbrook Honda, and then visit our dealership to get behind the wheel of an exciting new Honda Pilot of your choice today!

Honda Pilot Cargo Space

With its standard 60/40 split, flat-folding third-row bench seat and available one-touch second-row seats, the Pilot offers versatile options to configure the cabin to optimize space for either passengers or cargo. Take a look at the Honda Pilot cargo capacities below to see if they will suit your Middletown-area driving needs.

  • With the second and third rows folded flat: 83.9 cubic feet* / 109.0 cubic feet** 
  • With the third row folded flat: 46.8 cubic feet* / 55.9 cubic feet**
  • With all seats in place: 16.5 cubic feet* / 18.5 cubic feet**

Honda Pilot Organizational Features 

Along with the versatile Honda Pilot cargo space, you’ll also enjoy a variety of standard features to keep your cargo secure and organized:

  • Multi-functional center console storage 
  • Small storage compartments (sunglasses holder, lockable glove box, hidden storage well, and seatback pockets) 
  • Cargo-area tie-down anchors (4) 
  • Cargo-area bag hooks
  • Garment hooks (2)

Honda Pilot Dimensions and Passenger Space

The Honda Pilot dimensions and passenger space vary depending on which Pilot trim level you choose. The Pilot LX, EX, EX-L, and Special Edition models seat up to eight people; the Touring model seats seven or eight people; and the Elite and Black Edition seats seven people. Review the Honda Pilot dimensions for the entry-level LX trim below to get a better idea of just how spacious this Honda SUV is.

  • Headroom (front/middle/rear): 40.1/40.2/38.9 inches 
  • Legroom (front/middle/rear): 40.9/38.4/31.9 inches 
  • Shoulder Room (front/middle/rear): 62/62/57.6 inches 
  • Hiproom (front/middle/rear): 59.1/57.3/44.6 inches 
  • Total Passenger Volume: 152.9 cubic feet 

Test Drive the Honda Pilot Today at Westbrook Honda

Ready to check out the Honda Pilot cargo space for yourself? Contact us to schedule a test drive near New London today! Meanwhile, you can continue your research by learning about the 2021 Pilot safety ratings and reviewing our Pilot vs. Acura MDX comparison. Looking for a great deal on your new Honda Pilot? Explore our new vehicle specials, and if you have any questions, please feel free to reach out to us.


*Based on SAE J1100 cargo volume measurement standard.

**Based on SAE J1100 cargo volume measurement standard plus, where applicable, floor space between seating rows and seats in their forward-most and upright position.


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