If you’re shopping for a well-rounded midsize SUV, consider the Honda Passport. With its pleasant handling and nicely crafted cabin, the Passport offers the competence shoppers have come to expect from the Honda brand. This SUV also has the skills to hold its own when off-roading is on the agenda.
2019 to Present: Honda Passport
The Passport is currently in its third generation, and it returned to the market in 2019 after a long hiatus. Prior to 2019, it was last available as a 2002 model.
Honda’s Passport seats five passengers, and it’s governed by a nine-speed automatic transmission. Front-wheel drive is standard, and all-wheel drive is available to provide you with more secure handling in rain and snow.
Its assertive exterior design gives the Passport a sculpted, confident appearance. This crossover’s sheet metal has rugged styling cues that hint at the vehicle’s off-road capabilities.
The Passport’s interior has the same bold, sturdy look as its exterior. It’s also quite practical, with lots of storage spaces for small items. The cabin is built to accommodate passengers in comfort, offering good legroom in both rows.
Midsize SUVs like the Passport often serve as family transportation for everything from daily commutes to long road trips. Comfortable handling can make these journeys more pleasant, and the Passport delivers in this respect. It provides a smooth ride quality on paved streets. With over 8 inches of ground clearance, the Passport also has the goods to handle itself capably when taken off-road. All models are motivated by a 3.5-liter V6 that provides 280 horsepower.
Base models offer a compelling range of standard amenities. The list includes tri-zone automatic climate control, Bluetooth connectivity and keyless ignition. Also, all models come with driver-assist features such as adaptive cruise control, automatic high beams and a forward collision mitigation system. Optional equipment includes amenities like a heated steering wheel, heated and ventilated front seats and a blind-spot warning system.
First- and second-generation Passport SUVs are basically rebadged versions of the Isuzu Rodeo. While earlier Passport models provide some off-road capability, the ride quality they provide is not particularly refined.
The Passport’s first generation spanned 1993 to 1997. Both rear-wheel drive and four-wheel drive were available, and buyers could choose between a five-speed manual transmission and a four-speed automatic. Initially, both V6 and four-cylinder engines were offered, but the four-cylinder powerplant was dropped after the 1996 model year.
Honda introduced the Passport’s second generation in 1998, and it was produced until 2002. These models are equipped with a 3.2-liter V6 that provides 205 horsepower. After this generation ended, the Passport remained on hiatus until the third generation was launched in 2019.
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