2021 Honda Passport Exterior

What's New For the 2021 Honda Passport?

For 2021, most changes to the Honda Passport affect the interior. The Passport gets more tech-savvy this year and adds more value at all trim levels with Android Auto and Apple CarPlay as standard amenities. Now you have greater access to apps, music, directions, and more with the expanded lineup of tech offerings in the Passport. Additionally, the cabin becomes more user-friendly this year with an upgraded infotainment system featuring a minimum display screen size of eight inches. The Passport still has class-leading volume in its cabin area along with the trunk. The Passport has a versatile interior with an expanded list of amenities added further up the trim lineup.

Available Features in the 2021 Passport

This year's Honda Passport lineup remains the same with four trim levels. The Sport trim now comes with an eight-inch infotainment system, offering more value than it did in 2020. Sport has powerful LED lights on the front for safety and visibility. Its versatile and convenient seating layout includes split-folding rear seats. Cloth upholstery is standard, and there are USB ports in the front.

The EX-L is the second Honda Passport trim level. The EX-L upgrades to leather upholstery. It also includes more USB charging ports in the rear. With this trim, you'll get a sunroof and a power liftgate. The driver's seat is power-adjustable and comes with memory settings. The front seats are heated as well.

There are some additional advanced safety aids on the EX-L. The Touring steps it up a notch with a hands-free liftgate. More safety features are added, and the back seats are heated too. The sound system has ten speakers, and the infotainment system adds navigation. A heated steering wheel is included on the Elite trim, which also has fully climate-controlled seats with ventilated seating.

2021 Honda Passport Interior

What's Under the Hood of the Honda Passport?

One engine drives all four Honda Passport trims in 2021. It's a 3.5L V6 with a peak power output of 280 HP and maximum torque output of 262 LB-FT. The engine is linked to a nine-speed automatic transmission. All-wheel drive is offered with the Elite, while the other trims get front-wheel drive.

Honda Passport Safety Features

The Honda Passport includes adaptive cruise control, traction skid control, forward collision warning, and lane-keep assist. Additional safety aids, including blind-spot monitoring and rear parking sensors, are added on the higher-level trims.

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