Honda Pilot Financing
Our Loan Calculator display shows you how your Honda Pilot loan balance compares to the ongoing value of your vehicle. With financing, you will pay that loan down each month to reduce the balance of your loan. Unfortunately, during this same period, your vehicle's resale value will decline as well. The purpose of this tool is to show you how you can finance your Pilot to ensure that your loan balance declines faster than the value of your vehicle.
With your results below, the goal is to have the shaded area be entirely green. This likely means that the value of your vehicle will always be greater than your loan balance. If you see yellow or red, your loan balance at some point will be at or above the value of your vehicle. You want to avoid this as we describe here. For the best financial outcome, adjust your loan terms, or choose a vehicle that doesn't depreciate as rapidly.
Honda Pilot Projected Resale Value vs Loan Balance
|Year||Resale Value||Loan Balance||Difference|
|Loan Term||72 Months|
|Paid in Full||Jan, 2027|
|Total Cost of Loan||$40,975|
Honda Pilot Loan Amortization
This Honda Pilot is expected to lose $23,190 of its resale value during the 72 months of this loan. Check out our Honda Pilot Depreciation Calculator for a detailed analysis of the Pilot's past and expected future depreciation. This user-friendly tool allows you to interactively see how well the Pilot has, and will continue to, hold its value, during your specific ownership period. It will even suggest to you the best Pilot model years to buy to get the best value.
Other Honda Pilot Costs of Ownership
Finding a car or truck that saves on financing costs is important. But, it's also imperative to view all major Honda Pilot costs. This will ensure that you are finding the vehicle that provides you the best value, at the lowest cost. We've created tools that will also help you to save on the following ownership expenses: