10. Honda Pilot
The Pilot was redesigned for 2012, which makes that $1,626 discount on the two-wheel-drive, four-door LX model seem just a little light. Compared with a $32,000 Chevy Traverse, a $35,000 GMC Acadia or a $29,000 Toyota Highlander, however, that $27,500 price looks a little more like a deal.
That reduction's a bit more necessary if Honda's going to move its Pilot surplus against similarly priced Ford Explorers and Jeep Grand Cherokees, which have each outsold the Pilot this year amid Honda's supply shortages. Even under those circumstances, however, Honda's managed to increase sales of the Pilot more than 4% this year, making it, the CR-V and the Insight the only Hondas to get any traction this year.