A Look at the Instrument Panel of the 2018 Honda Pilot


Modern cars come equipped with sophisticated instrument panels that display a variety of information, ranging from speed to warnings for low tire pressure. Having said that, the 2018 Honda Pilot also comes with a high-tech instrument panel. If your heart is set on the 2018 Honda Pilot, but have budget constraints, you can always buy a used Pilot from a website such as SalvageBid. Continuing on the subject, let’s take a closer look at the instrumental panel of the 2018 Honda Pilot.

Multi-Information Display

The instrumental panel of the 2018 Honda Pilot has a main display that provides a variety of information, such as odometer reading, gear position, engine oil life, directions, and outside temperature. Along with the main display, the Honda Pilot’s steering wheel comes with three buttons: “Up” arrow, “Down” arrow, and “RESET”. The arrow buttons allow you to change displays on the instrumental panel and the RESET button is used when you wish to enter the menu selection and choose a different screen.

On/Off Indicators

The on/off indicators on the 2018 Pilots instrumental panel shows which car part is on/off. A few car parts that you can track using this panel are:

  • Fog Lights
  • Vehicle Stability Assist
  • Cruise Control
  • ECON Mode
  • High Beam
  • Exterior Lights
  • Auto Idle Top

Condition Indicators

The 2018 Honda Pilots conditional indicators give you a warning that requires you to take immediate action. Some common indicators include:

  • Seat Belt Warning
  • Parking Brake
  • Low Tire Pressure
  • Low Fuel
  • System Message
  • Immobilizer

Malfunction Indicators

An important part of the instrumental panel, the malfunction indicators briefly appear when you turn the ignition, but go out once the engine starts. If they persist, there is something demanding your attention. The display color represents the severity of a situation and whether you need to take an immediate action. Green/blue colored indicators display general information and red/amber indicators display critical situations, wherein you need to get your vehicle served/examined immediately. Some common malfunction indicators include:

  • Vehicle Stability Assist System
  • Brake System
  • Charging System
  • Anti-Lock Brake System
  • Oil Pressure
  • Malfunction Indicator Lamp
  • Tire Pressure Monitoring System
  • Supplemental Restraint System
  • Lane Keeping Assist System
  • Blind Spot Information
  • Adaptive Cruise Control

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