by cwa107 on February 19, 2011
/\/\/\/\ - notice how it's for the 2009-2011 models only?
by erikrichards on October 4, 2011
very helpful in keeping my change sorted. I leave it in my center console. I have a lot of change and wish it held more. I think I will get one more
by Anonymous on September 14, 2012
This is very handy in my 2009 Pilot Touring. There are two tabs that it slips over on the left interior of the console.
by Anonymous on August 30, 2012
It fits 2009 Honda Pilot. It fits inside the center console on the left side. You will find two tabs and you slide the coin holder until secure.
by Anonymous on September 29, 2011
Its for a Pilot truck part!!!
I have a 2009 EX-L and can not find were it goes??Does this fit Honda's???
by Anonymous on January 20, 2015
This has fit my 2009, 2011, and 2014 Honda Pilots. I've had the EX-L and touring models and it is PERFECT. It goes in the console between the cupholders and the dash on the driver's side. There are slots that slide onto two plastic pieces inside the console that hold it in place. I LOVE this! Not sure why they don't all come with one from the dealer.
by Anonymous on June 5, 2014
Fits in the front left of the center console. Designed for 2009-2014.
Just installed in my 2014 Touring.
by swerner on April 19, 2013
Bought the tray and this coin holder for my 2009 Accord..... useless unless you just want it rolling around in the console... this was meant for some other vehicle.
by nloaknauth on February 14, 2011
It does not fit in my center console of my 2004 EX
by wkschmidt on November 22, 2013
Note sure if this is even for US coins. They advertise slots for pennies, nickels, dimes and quarters, but this is not correct. Pennies & quarters don't fit correctly. Nickels, dimes, dollars & half-dollars fit well. This is of no use to me.
by Anonymous on March 3, 2011
Doesn't really "fit" 2009-2011 either... at least not anywhere on an EX-L. Too big for the tiny shelf in the center console, and the heated seat switches take up half the tray in front of the cupholders