2020 Honda Passport

What's New For the 2020 Honda Passport?

Even though it carries over mostly unchanged from the 2019 model year, there's still plenty to look forward to with the newest version of the Honda Passport. This year's Passport offers a commanding exterior with clean lines, chrome accents, and an athletic build. You'll find the same capable engine beneath the hood and your choice of drivetrain for a custom driving experience.

The latest Passport carries over with a variety of advanced safety technology this year, along with several passive safety aids as well. Three rows of seats accommodate up to eight occupants in the latest Passport. The interior of the Passport ranges from basic to luxurious depending on the trim you select, with features that range from a five-inch to an eight-inch display screen, leather seats, climate-controlled seating, and more.

Which Features Are Available for 2020?

The 2020 Honda Passport comes in four trim levels. The base trim, called the Sport, covers the basics with standard infotainment, safety features, and comfortable seats. The Sport trim gets a five-inch infotainment display screen with smartphone pairing. It also gets climate control in all three rows, a split-folding rear seat, a seven-speaker sound system, and keyless entry with a keyless start system. This trim gets some advanced safety aids as well, including adaptive cruise control, forward collision warning, and lane-keep assist.

The EX-L, which is the next trim in the lineup, gets more amenities with a power-operated liftgate, memory settings for the driver's seat, power-adjustable seats in the front row, and a larger eight-inch display screen with Android Auto and Apple CarPlay. Leather seats are standard on this trim as well. The Touring trim level adds more luxury with a 10-speaker audio system, a hands-free liftgate, and heated seats in the back row. Its infotainment system gets navigation, and the trim also adds parking sensors.

The Elite, which is the top trim level, gets all the lower-level amenities plus ventilated front seats for a climate-controlled ride. Wireless smartphone charging and a heated steering wheel are additional perks of this trim level.

2020 Honda Passport Interior

Featuring Great Performance

All trim levels of the 2020 Honda Passport have the same engine, which is a six-cylinder with a 3.5L capacity. This engine creates a substantial 280 HP and over 260 LB-FT of torque. The engine is connected to a nine-speed automatic transmission. While you get just one engine with the latest Passport, you have your choice of drivetrain. Front-wheel drive is standard on the first three trims. The Elite comes standard with all-wheel drive, which is available on the other trim levels.

2020 Honda Passport Safety Features

Safety is accounted for on all trim levels of the 2020 Honda Passport. The base trim gets a number of advanced safety aids, including lane-keep assist, adaptive cruise control, automatic emergency braking, and forward-collision warning. The second trim adds blind-spot monitoring to the list. The Touring includes parking sensors as well. Tire pressure monitoring, traction control, and dual-stage airbags are standard safety features, too.

Passport Questions

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