Honda has a beautiful powerful setup of vehicles, from conservative hybrids to energetic hatchbacks to a minivan and even a moderate size truck. Yet, sellers actually say there’s space for development and are explicitly requesting a full-size SUV and an all-wheel-drive vehicle.
“To the extent openings in the item setup, [one place] where we’d prefer to see an item is an option that could be bigger than the current-age Pilot,” William Feinstein, director of Honda’s public seller warning board, revealed to Automotive News in a meeting a week ago. “We believe there’s a business opportunity for that.”
The Pilot is as of now quite huge for a fair size hybrid, and it contends in a super-hot class that incorporates SUVs like the Hyundai Palisade, Kia Telluride, Toyota Highlander, and Subaru Ascent. If Honda somehow managed to offer an SUV one size bigger, it would confront some genuinely solid rivalry from any semblance of General Motors’ full-size SUVs – the Chevy Tahoe, Suburban, and GMC Yukon – notwithstanding items like the Ford Expedition and Nissan Armada, all of which utilize hearty truck stages.
Feinstein likewise thinks “there might be a business opportunity for some variant of an all-wheel-drive car,” as indicated by the Automotive News report.
Somewhere else in the Automotive News talk with, Feinstein says vendors are content with the updated Ridgeline pickup.