Right in that sweet spot between CR-V and Pilot, the reimagined 2019 Passport is bringing a new, adventurous spirit to the Honda SUV lineup. Standing a little wider and taller than its aforementioned siblings, Passport was built for twists, turns, and unpaved explorations with front/rear stabilizer bars, a 4-wheel independent suspension, and all-season tires.
Michigan winters are no match for Honda’s Intelligent Variable Torque Management™ (i-VTM4®) AWD System—available on any Passport trim—which responds in real time to slick road conditions and uncertain terrain. For good measure, Intelligent Traction Management features four driving modes (Normal, Sand, Mud, and Snow) which can distribute torque where needed, almost akin to a rear locking differential in certain situations.
But the peace of mind doesn’t stop there. Every 2019 Passport also comes standard equipped with Vehicle Stability Assist, electronic brake distribution, a multi-angle rearview camera, and Honda Sensing®, a suite of driver-assistive technologies and safety features that include:
Storage options abound inside the all-new Passport, from a multi-functional center console and lockable glove compartment up front to the driver/passenger seatback pockets and underfloor storage compartments in the rear, it’s never been this easy to keep your valuables protected and out of sight. Passport offers a generous 50.5 cu. ft. of cargo area behind the second row but this can expand to an impressive 100.7 cu. ft. with a little help from the One-Touch Fold-Down 60/40 Split Rear Seatback.
As a contributing pioneer to the SUV boom of the early 90s, Passport’s 280 horsepower, impressive towing capacity, and utility-savvy interior is inspiring the segment once again. Visit any Mid-Michigan Honda Dealers location today and see the 2019 Passport in person.
How does the 2019 Honda Passport match up against top competitors like the Ford Edge, Hyundai Santa Fe, and Nissan Murano? Click on the button below to compare Passport now.
The reinvented Honda Passport is already making waves within the SUV segment, garnering attention from car shoppers and automotive experts alike thanks to available all-wheel drive and an abundance of cargo capabilities.
2WD: $31,990 (MSRP) | AWD: $33,890 (MSRP)
Features on the Sport:
2WD: $36,410 (MSRP) | AWD: $38,310 (MSRP)
Adding to or replacing features on the Sport:
2WD: $39,280 (MSRP) | AWD: $41,180 (MSRP)
Adding to or replacing features on the EX-L:
AWD: $43,680 (MSRP)
Adding to or replacing features on the Touring: