2020 Honda Passport

What's New For the 2020 Honda Passport?

The third generation of the popular two-row Honda Passport hit the scenes in 2019. As a result, no significant changes were deemed necessary to keep this SUV current and ready to serve commuters and families. It continues to offer a comfortable and practical cabin to go along with a long list of safety and technology features that are sure to make it popular with all kinds of consumers.

What Are the 2020 Passport Trims & Features?

Ready to see what the Honda Passport has to offer to you? There are four great trim levels of the vehicle, all of which have a lot to offer. They all build off the entry-level Sport, which gives you things like tri-zone automatic climate control, LED headlights, and a seven-speaker audio system. The next choice available to you is known as the EX-L. This is the first trim that gives you smartphone integration via Android Auto and Apple CarPlay. Also added to the Passport by this trim are luxurious features such as heated front seats, a sunroof, a power liftgate, and an 8-inch touchscreen.

Step up even further on the trim ladder, and you will find the Touring. This model ups the luxury found on the EX-L even further. Here, passengers in the backseats can also enjoy heated seating, and the power liftgate gets a hands-free function, for example. It also gets a 10-speaker audio system and integrated navigation. Finally, you have the Elite trim to take a look at. This is the way to go if you want a Passport equipped with a wireless charging pad, ventilated front seats, and a heated steering wheel.

2020 Honda Passport Interior

Raw Power and Stellar Performance

Shoppers will find that all four of the Passport trim levels have the same great 3.5L V6 engine underneath the hood. It produces 280-horsepower and 262 lb-ft of torque. To ensure that your driving experience is smooth and responsive, Honda has given the Passport a nine-speed automatic transmission. Front-wheel-drive is standard on all except the Elite trim, which comes with all-wheel-drive instead. You can have the Sport, EX-L, and Touring trim levels with all-wheel-drive as well if desired.

The 2020 Passport Has a Long List of Safety Features

Driver aids are becoming increasingly popular with consumers, and with good reason. All trim levels of the Honda Passport have features that can really make a difference, such as forward collision warning with automatic emergency braking and adaptive cruise control. Lane-keep assist is also part of the standard equipment list. Moving up to the EX-L trim or higher will add a blind-spot monitor with rear-cross traffic alert, while the Touring trim gets parking sensors.

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