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    2019 Honda Passport OVERVIEW

    The 2019 Honda Passport is the latest SUV from the Japanese automaker, neatly fitting into the lineup between the CR-V and the larger Pilot. It's also aimed at the more adventurous crowd, sporting standard all-wheel drive and a 3.5-liter V6 engine. While it may not be able to climb rocks like a Jeep Wrangler, the Passport's adventurous edge will likely prove appealing to the scores of people drawn to vehicles like the Subaru Forester and Toyota 4Runner.

    What's New for 2019

    The Honda Passport is a brand-new vehicle.

    2016 Honda Pilot

    Choosing Your Honda Passport

    All Honda Passports come with the same engine and transmission: a 3.5-liter V6 with 280 horsepower and 262 pound-feet of torque mated to a nine-speed automatic transmission. This gives the Passport plenty of grunt for acceleration – making passing a breeze – and allows it to tow up to 3,500 pounds with front-wheel drive or up to 5,000 pounds with all-wheel drive.

    Honda’s choice to use a V6 over a turbocharged four-cylinder does have some trade-off, though. The Passport only achieves an EPA-estimated 20 miles per gallon city, 25 mpg highway, and 22 combined, or 19/24/21 mpg (city/highway/combined) with AWD. While smaller engines with less power generally get higher ratings, the Passport’s variable cylinder management program will shut down half of its cylinders when cruising to boost fuel efficiency.

    All-wheel drive is available on all trim levels for $1,900, except for the top Elite trim that has it standard. The AWD system uses intelligent torque vectoring with traction management that can be set to specific snow, mud, and sand modes for those particularly difficult surfaces.

    Commendably, all trims of the Passport receive Honda Sensing, a suite of advanced driver assist safety features that includes forward collision warning, automatic emergency braking, lane keeping assist, adaptive cruise control, and traffic sign recognition. In many other vehicles, these features are usually expensive options or only available as standard on the highest trim levels.

    The Passport sits in an interesting spot in Honda’s lineup. It isn’t exactly compact like the CR-V or HR-V, but it isn’t big enough to be family-oriented like the Pilot. It only has two rows, but the cargo space is more than what you will find in the smaller Honda offerings, with 41 cubic feet of space behind the rear seat and almost 78 cubic feet of room when you fold the second row down.

    Honda offers the Passport in four trims:

    Sport

    The Sport trim is the entry point for the Passport, starting at $33,035 (all prices include the $1,045 destination charge). At this price, you get black cloth seats, Honda Sensing, an under-floor cargo storage area, keyless hands-free entry with push button start, LED headlights with fog lights, and automatic high beams.

    Five packages are available on the Passport Sport: three Adventure Packages and two Urban Packages. These packages range between $1,325 and $3,166 in price and include different mixes of genuine Honda dealer-installed accessories to give your Passport a more adventurous feel, whether you plan to spend time in the city or the wild.

    EX-L

    Moving up to the Passport EX-L will cost you $37,455. For this extra bit of coin, you get quite a bit more in the way of features. The EX-L gets leather-trimmed seats and steering wheel, 10-way power driver’s seat with memory, Apple CarPlay and Android Auto, a mobile hotspot, a moonroof, blind-spot monitoring, Walk Away Auto Lock, a larger 8-inch touchscreen display, a power tailgate, and integrated second row sunshades. The same five packages available on the Sport are also on the EX-L, with the same features and prices.

    Touring

    The Touring trim starts at $40,325. The Touring gets a hands-free power tailgate, navigation, a premium audio system with 10 speakers, heated rear seats, roof rails, automatic LED headlights, a 115-volt power outlet, and extra lighting.

    The packages offered on the Touring are a bit different, and a new version of the Urban Package is offered, bringing the count up to six. Prices for the Adventure Packages have decreased across the board due to the standard roof rails, but the Urban Package prices have increased with the addition of some new features.

    Elite

    The Elite trim sits on top of the Passport range with a price of $44,725. All-wheel drive is standard at this trim, as are a wireless phone charger, heated and ventilated front seats, a heated steering wheel, rain-sensing windshield wipers, and automatic dimming and power-folding side mirrors. The same packages available on the Touring remain available on the Elite.

    CarsDirect Tip

    The best buy feature-wise for the 2019 Honda Passport is undoubtedly the EX-L. It feels substantially more upmarket than the Sport while maintaining a price tag of less than $38,000. We also highly recommend getting a Passport with all-wheel drive. This is a vehicle built for adventure, so get one that's capable of adventuring all over the country.

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