The Honda Passport is a mid-size crossover SUV introduced in 2019 to slot in between the brand’s compact CR-V and three-row mid-size Pilot. It receives no notable changes for its third year on the market.
Honda offers the Passport in Sport, EX-L and Touring trim levels. All use a 3.5L V6 engine, a nine-speed automatic transmission, and AWD.
In Sport trim, the Passport’s exterior features 20-inch wheels, LED exterior lighting, a front wiper de-icer, and roof rails.
Inside, there’s a sunroof, ambient lighting, active noise cancellation, an auto-dimming rearview mirror, a 7.0-inch gauge cluster display, passive keyless entry, three-zone climate control, heated front seats, a heated steering wheel, 10-way power driver’s seat, a seven-speaker stereo, and Apple CarPlay/Android Auto.
Passport Sport’s safety kit comprises forward collision warning with automatic braking, tire pressure monitoring, adaptive cruise control, lane keeping assist, automatic high beams and the LaneWatch blind spot camera display.
EX-L brings side mirrors that tilt down in reverse, a power tailgate, front and rear parking sensors, heated rear seats, leather seating, a power front passenger seat, and satellite radio.
Touring adds blind spot monitoring with rear cross traffic alert, auto-leveling headlights, auto-dimming/power-folding side mirrors, a hands-free tailgate, rain-sensing wipers, a 115-volt power outlet, navigation, wireless smartphone charging, ventilated front seats, a 10-speaker stereo.
Honda’s fuel consumption estimates for the Passport are 12.5/9.8 L/100 km (city/highway).