2019 Honda Passport Model Review

20/25  CITY/HWY
EPA-Estimated MPG
6.5  Sec.
0-60 MPH
4
Doors
5
Seats
41.2-77.9  cu ft
Cargo Space

What's' New For the 2019 Honda Passport?

The 2019 Honda Passport is essentially the 2002 Isuzu Rodeo repackaged. It is an SUV that can seat five people and can be slotted between the Honda CR-V and the Pilot. Essentially, the vehicle is a Honda Pilot with just over six inches deducted from its rear. Originally, the old model was actually dropped in favor of the Pilot as well. The vehicles share a few things in common besides their design, but the 2019 Honda Passport is superior in several ways.


2019 Honda Passport Interior

Which Features are Available for 2019?

The 2019 Honda Passport certainly makes a strong first impression through its appearance. Although it looks similar to the Pilot from the front, it also shares some similarities with the Ridgeline pickup truck. The trims at the bottom of the Passport's body are made of black plastic while the EX-L models and higher have seats trimmed in leather. The vehicle is comfortably roomy on the inside and offers plenty of leg and headroom. Overall, the Passport's interior storage is also spacious with 77.9 cubic feet of room. In the rear of the SUV, it is also possible to remove the plastic bins under the front seats.

Depending on the trim level, the 2019 Honda Passport sports a five- or eight-inch infotainment display that includes Apple CarPlay, Android Auto and a physical volume knob. There are options for charging your smartphone with USB ports and wirelessly as well. Other notable features include keyless entry, push button ignition, a 215 watt audio system with subwoofer and three zone climate control.

The wheels of the 2019 Honda Passport appear to be rugged and sporty and may appeal to some at 20 inches. However, the larger wheels do not ensure a better driving experience and may be seen as more of a hindrance while driving off-road. This is largely due to the bigger size being more vulnerable. Towing capacity of the Passport is also 3,500 pounds but can be upgraded to 5,000 pounds.

Honda Passport Performance

2019 Honda Passport Exterior FrontUnder the hood, the 2019 Honda Passport includes the same 280 horsepower 3.5 liter V-6, nine speed automatic transmission that sits in its Pilot counterpart. The front wheel drive option is standard, and it includes the Honda standard all wheel drive system, which is also known as i-VTM4 (Intelligent Variable Torque Management) Drive features the Passport is equipped with include settings for Normal, Mud, Sand and Snow. You also get 7.8 inches of ground clearance.

2019 Honda Passport has an Abundance of Safety Features

2019 Honda Passport Exterior RearThe 2019 Honda Passport is equipped with safety features as well. All models come with Honda Sensing, which includes a number of such features, such as automated emergency braking, adaptive cruise control, forward collision warning and lane departure warning with lane keeping steering assist. Also included in the standard and EX-L and higher versions are monitors for blind spots.

Vandergriff Honda welcomes you to come in to take the 2019 Honda Passport for a test drive today!


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