The Honda Passport of the 2021 model year has begun arriving in U.S. dealers from September 10. Brings some new standard features.
Honda added the Display Audio system plus Apple CarPlay and Android Auto integration to the list of standard equipment. The new prices are slightly higher across the board compared with the previous model.
Pricing for 2021 is as follows (including a $1,120 destination and handling fee):
- Sport (2WD) – $33,710
- Sport (AWD) – $35,710
- EX-L (2WD) – $37,730
- EX-L (AWD) – $39,730
- Touring (2WD) – $40,600
- Touring (AWD) – $42,600
- Elite (AWD) – $45,100
All versions are powered by a 3.5-liter 280-hp V6 engine. The fuel efficiency is 21-22 mpg combined.
The Honda Passport is a good two-row midsize SUV with few drawbacks. Some fussy touch controls and a little firm seats are among them.
The 2020 model was named the 2020 Best Two-Row SUV for Families by U.S. News & World Report because of its outstanding combination of cargo and passenger space, available family-friendly features, safety and reliability ratings, positive reviews from automotive journalists.
Source: Honda Passport