Interior Features

Blind Spot Information (BSI) System (Honda Sensing® feature) (Sport and above)

What’s the Benefit?
BSI helps give the driver additional information about conditions on both sides of the vehicle to enhance driving confidence.

The Feature:
Pilot Sport and above trims include the innovative and useful blind spot information system (BSI)14.

  • A pair of sensors, one on each rear corner of the vehicle, can detect a vehicle in an adjacent lane.
  • When an object is detected in an adjacent lane in the blind spot zone, an indicator will light up in the appropriate side mirror to alert the driver.
  • If BSI detects an object to the side of the Pilot when the turn signal is on in that direction, the indicator flashes and an alert sounds to catch the driver’s attention.
  • Initially, the system covers an area on each side of the vehicle from the corner of the rear bumper extending about 10 feet rearward and 10 feet out from the side of the vehicle.
  • After the Pilot has been driven awhile on straight roads with traffic, the system will adapt and expand the alert zone up to about 82 feet behind the rear bumper.
  • The system activates when the vehicle achieves a forward speed of at least 20 mph.

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