The Honda Passport is expected to see its next update sometime in 2022. Unfortunately, the automaker hasn't confirmed if there will be a redesign. Rumors suggest the next Passport generation could get a more rugged look akin to the latest version of the Ridgeline midsize pickup. Around the same time, the larger Honda Pilot SUV may see a major update too.
Although the Passport nameplate dates back to the late 90s, the current model debuted for the 2019 model year as a 2-row alternative to the Pilot. Boasting a powerful 280-horsepower V6 engine and a surprisingly good amount of cargo space, the Passport's price starts at $34,015 with destination, slightly more than the $33,775 MSRP of the cheapest 2021 Pilot LX.
If the next Passport is indeed a redesign, we could see a release date sometime in 2022. We'll update this page as information becomes available, so stay tuned.
For now, Honda is repackaging its lineup within this price segment by temporarily eliminating the 2022 Pilot's base trim and discontinuing the front-wheel-drive 2022 CR-V Touring. Where this will leave the Passport remains unclear at this point in time.
Pictured: 2021 Honda Ridgeline