Honda’s Explorer pickup: It’s a good-looking car, but you won’t want it on the highway

For some, the new Honda Explorer pickup is just a vehicle.

The car is fun to drive, and you can even park it in a garage.

It has good cargo space, too.

The Explorer is a great car, said Mike Kors, who works at a trucking company in Georgia.

He’s been using the pickup for about a year, and he’s not disappointed.

“It’s very fun to ride, it’s very comfortable to drive.

I have a few friends that drive the Explorer pickup, and they love it,” Kors said.

“I don’t have a problem driving it.”

Honda said it has seen the appeal of the Explorer among people who like to drive it and want a pickup to make their daily commute easier.

The company said its Explorer pickup has a seating capacity of 16 people and an engine capacity of 2.6 liters.

The pickup is made of an aluminum body that is cast in the U.S. and has an aluminum roof.

It is a four-door, 4,500-pound car that is available with a 4.2-liter engine.

The Explorer has a 4,800-horsepower V6 engine that is paired with a 6-speed manual transmission.

The pickup comes with a front and rear spoiler that comes on at the rear.

It can also come with a standard-gear manual transmission and a four speed automatic transmission.

The company also said it’s working on a more aggressive look, including a new grille, LED headlights, and LED taillights.

Honda said the new look will go into production later this year.

The SUV comes with six seats, including two rear-facing, side-facing seats, and two front-facing and one side-side seat.

The top of the SUV can be folded down to a width of 11.7 inches.

The vehicle has a top speed of 45 mph and a cruise speed of 110 mph.

It’s available with three- and four-wheel drive.