2005 Honda pilot: the sturdy, steady family car.
I love that my Honda pilot has lasted for nearly 13 years without really any issues. I used to have a 2010 Honda CR-V that broke down and I eventually got rid of because of battery issues. My Honda pilot has had no issues with breaking down or overheating or anything. It is never had to be jump started either. It is a reliable car and easy to drive. It was the car I learned to drive in, and was good for learning because the break and accelerator weren't too sensitive that I would jolt the car around. I think the sensitivity of the brake, accelerator and wheel were just what I wanted. The car is also large enough that it could fit all my friends and our stuff without being too big and feeling like I was killing the environment by just driving it. Really the only downsides of this car are just due to it being an old car. The seats have been stained greatly by chlorine. It does not have an AUX cord, but the CD slot still works fine. Sometimes the clock runs fast, but I actually prefer it that way. I still feel very safe driving this car. It has been all over the country (nearly 200, 000 miles on it) and has never failed me. It is really a great family car, and I am sure it still has a few more good years with my family. My family and I will be sad to see "snowy" go, whenever that is.