Manufactured from 1993 to 2002, the Honda Passport brought some much-needed utility to the sport utility vehicle segment. Fast-forward to 2019 and this reinvented SUV is following a similar path with impressive power, rugged style, and innovative cargo storage that is meant to shake up the status quo.
Slotted between the hugely successful CR-V and Pilot, the 2019 Passport gives Wisconsinites the best of both worlds; however, this all-new SUV has a slightly higher ground clearance than its predecessors, making it a little more off-road friendly. Passport offers superior ride quality thanks to the following standard equipment:
Not only can the 2019 Honda Passport generate 280 horsepower and 262 lb-ft of torque, but it also has a towing capacity of up to 5,000 pounds (AWD models).
Every 2019 Passport can be outfitted with the Intelligent Variable Torque Management™ (i-VTM4®) AWD System, a sophisticated design that distributes torque from the front to the rear, as well as each wheel individually. This proactive method enhances stability and restores traction more quickly during slick road conditions.
From the inside out, Passport is the ultimate travel companion with storage options everywhere you turn. The exterior can be equipped with available roof rails and a roof top basket, while inside the cabin you will find multi-functional center console storage, optional driver/passenger seatback pockets, cargo hooks, and the One-Touch Fold-Down 60/40 Split Rear Seatback capable of expanding cargo space by up to 100.7 cubic feet. But that’s not all. Passport also features underfloor storage compartments located behind the second row to keep certain items out of sight.
Whether you need an SUV for pulling toys, climbing unpaved roads, or keeping your grip during a Badger State snowstorm, the 2019 Honda Passport will get the job done. Stop by your nearest Wisconsin Heartland Honda Dealers location for a test drive today.
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: