Post-Purchase Tips For Your New 2019 Honda Pilot

Congratulations on the purchase of your new 2019 Honda Pilot! Now that you are its proud owner, it is important you know how to properly care for it and keep it in good repair. To do so, follow each of these tips:

Tip: Read Your Owner's Manual

Honda created the owner's manual found in your Pilot's glovebox for a reason - to educate you about your new vehicle. While it may not be the latest bestseller, it is important you take the time to sit down and actually read it. Inside you will find many nuggets of information to help you keep your car on the road for decades to come.

Tip: Always Put High-Quality Gas in Your Pilot's Tank

Regardless of what you may have been led to believe, not all gasoline is exactly the same. Even though it all starts out the same at the refinery, each of the various oil companies put different additives into their gas before distributing it to gas stations for sale to the public.

Gasoline additives, such as detergents, serve the important purpose of protecting your engine from excessive wear and unwanted carbon deposit buildup. Additionally, the various grades of gas contain different amounts of the chemical octane. 

If you put a gasoline with the wrong octane rating or from a cheap station that doesn't sell gas with the high-quality additives, then your new Pilot won't last as long or perform as well as it ages. For this reason, stick to buying your gas from Exxon, Chevron, and other major retailers rather than no-name cheaper stations.

Tip: Always Insist on Honda Manufactured Replacement Parts Over Generics

Though they often come with a bit higher price, you should always insist on using only authentic replacement parts manufactured by Honda for your new Pilot. While you can always purchase cheaper after-market parts made by other companies, your vehicle will perform better over the long run if you insist on installing only Honda parts.

Tip: Always Have Your Pilot Serviced and Repaired at a Honda Dealership

In conclusion, since no one is as skilled at repairing and servicing your new Honda Pilot as a Honda dealership's manufacturer-certified mechanics, you should always take your vehicle to a dealership for scheduled maintenance and when it needs to be repaired. Doing so ensures your car gets the attention it needs to stay on the road for many years into the future.

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