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New 2022 Honda Passport Arrives at Dealers, TrailSport Version Added

The restyled 2022 Honda Passport is coming to U.S. dealerships this winter. The new pricing has been announced. The TrailSport version joins the lineup.

The 2022 Honda Passport begins reaching dealer showrooms in the USA this winter. The vehicle has a new, more off-road exterior design, more standard features, and offers the first-ever Passport TrailSport version.

The model’s base equipment includes, among other things, 20-inch alloy wheels, leather seating, a one-touch power moonroof, Honda Sensing suite of safety and driver assistance systems, for example, such as the Collision Mitigation Braking System, Adaptive Cruise Control, Road Departure Mitigation. NEW standard features for the 2022 model year are a rear-seat reminder and a rear seatbelt reminder.

The highlights of this model, we recall, include its unibody construction, independent front and rear suspensions, an i-VTM4 torque-vectoring all-wheel-drive system. A 3.5-liter V6 engine delivering 280 hp and pairing a nine-speed automatic transmission comes as standard.

The 2022 pricing plus a $1,225 destination charge is as follows: EX-L (FWD) – $39,095, EX-L (AWD) – $41,195, TrailSport (AWD) – $43,695, Elite (AWD) – $46,665.

2022 Honda Passport Trailsport

The Passport TrailSport features a 10-mm increase in track width, machined 18-inch wheels, 245/60R18 tires with a unique design, a sidewall tread, an exclusive grille treatment, aggressive bumpers, silver-painted skid plates, a TrailSport logo, orange and gross-black badges.

2022 Honda Passport TrailSport interior image
2022 Honda Passport TrailSport interior

The cabin features orange contrast stitching, amber interior lighting, embroidered TrailSport logo, power-folding mirrors, heated windshield wiper parking area.

The Honda Passport competes with best-selling crossover SUVs from about every corner. The Chevy Blazer, Jeep Grand Cherokee, Kia Telluride, Hyundai Palisade, Mazda CX-9 are among its rivals, and we must admit the rivalry in the segment is strong.

Source: Honda USA

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