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2024 Honda Passport Redesign, Review, Price

2024 Honda Passport Redesign, Review, Price – 2024 Honda Passport returned to Honda’s lineup after a 17-year absence to serve as the midsize crossover between the CR-V and Pilot. While it may look like an Isuzu, it is a Honda product from start to finish. The Passport competes against difficult crossovers like the Ford Edge and the beautiful new Chevrolet Blazer. Still, it’s up to the task of becoming the top choice in this sector thanks to its smaller version of the platform underlies the three-row Pilot. The identical 3.5-liter V6 as this Pilot, producing 280 horsepower and driving either the front or all four wheels through a nine-speed automated transmission, is used in the new Pilot.

2024 Honda Passport Redesign

Exterior Design

Though it conveys the exact underpinnings as the Pilot, the 2024 Honda Passport bodywork has a more rugged and tougher appearance. Depending on your selected grade, the Passport may be had with a variety of 20-inch alloy wheels in various styles and finishes, all of which come standard with LED headlights, fog lights, and running lights. All Sport trim has turn signals integrated into the wing mirrors, while the EX-L and above models get power sunroofs. Roof rails are available on the Touring and Elite versions for convenience and aesthetics. The six different styling kits available for all grades allow for a more urban or off-road look.

2024 Honda Passport Exterior

2024 Honda Passport Exterior

Interior Design

The Passport maintains Honda’s penchant for spacious, well-appointed interiors despite losing the third row of seats in the process of shaving six inches from the Pilot’s overall length, and it does so without sacrificing the Pilot’s spaciousness in the trunk. The sector’s material quality appears to be above average, with the dash rattling minimally and panel gaps tight.

2024 Honda Passport Interior

2024 Honda Passport Interior

There’s a lot of storage space and a high degree of interior quality throughout the cabin, as well as a slew of amenities. As for the Passport, the seats are comfortable and easy to get in and out of, and the driver’s seat is adjustable for a commanding driving posture and excellent visibility. The Passport has adequate room for long-distance cruising, even if you live in a city.

Even on an expensive vehicle, Honda includes a five-inch touchscreen screen in the basic Sport level. There are two USB ports, seven speakers, and Bluetooth hands-free telephony supported by the system, which accepts inputs via AM/FM radio, USB, and Bluetooth.

The Honda Passport EX-L receives an eight-inch touchscreen infotainment system with a volume knob and Apple CarPlay, Android Auto integration, SiriusXM, and HD Radio as standard equipment. The EX-L trim keeps seven speakers, but Touring and Elite models get a 540-watt ten-speaker stereo system and satellite-linked speech recognition as standard equipment as well.

2024 Honda Passport Engine

The same 3.5-liter V6 found in the Honda Odyssey, Ridgeline, and Pilot is found under the hood of every Passport, producing 280 horsepower and 262 lb-ft of torque. The naturally aspirated VTEC-enabled motor transmits its power to either the front or both axles via a nine-speed automated transmission depending on the model and drivetrain selection.

2024 Honda Passport Engine

2024 Honda Passport Engine

In this model, the engine is more powerful than any other because of its smaller size and weight. While traffic lights provide plenty of ‘get up and go,’ the engine’s responsiveness and substantial power reserves allow you to reach interstate speeds easily and beyond. To put it simply, there is incredible throttle response thanks to the car’s naturally aspirated engine, and the nine-speed automatic transmission has been reworked to excellent quality.

2024 Honda Passport Price and Release Date

With a starting MSRP of $31,990, the entry-level front-wheel-drive Sport variant is the most affordable vehicle in the new Honda Passport lineup. At the top of the ladder, the EX-L starts at $36,410 and goes up to $39,280 for the Touring. For an extra $1,900, all three models can be fitted with an all-wheel drive. The most expensive model is the Elite AWD, fully outfitted and costs $43,680. A $1,045 destination charge is included in the base MSRP price and is not included in any discounts or incentives that individual dealers may offer.

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