Honda Passport: 3.5L V6 Engine

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There's no need to look too far when you're in search of a well-rounded compact SUV. The Honda Passport model is a great choice! It provides a substantial amount of cargo and passenger space for a typical two-row SUV. Its cabin is well-built with many standard driving and safety features. While it stays more on the side for comfort, it does exhibit some interesting on and off-road capabilities. In general, the Passport is built for outdoor long travels and exploration. The Honda Passport combines utility with an athletic design. Available roof rails, gloss-black wheels, and an extensive range of certified and reliable Honda accessories help position the Passport for endless worry-free journeys.

An All-Round Plush Design

The Passport's cabin is all-inclusive with the latest upgrade having seats which can conveniently accommodate five people. The Passport seats five people. The interior is built with standard cloth upholstery, heated front, and back seats, ventilated front chairs, power adjustable seats, and a heated steering wheel. The front seats and their connected armrests offer a high level of convenience and comfort. The Passport also has a large amount of storage below the floor panel in the trunk. Both seat rows have enough space even for tall passengers. It has a well-built, nice cabin with lots of soft-touch features like the wireless charge pad and the colourful 7-inch display.

Engine Potency and Performance

Powering every Honda Passport is a 3.5L V6 engine which produces 280 hp and 262 lb-ft of torque. It is connected to a nine-speed automated transmission. This is a similar power-train you'll see in Honda Pilots of higher-trim. The Passport comes with a standard front-wheel drive; Honda's four-wheel-drive system, labelled as Intelligent-Variable Torque Management (i-VTM4) is optional, and it features drive controls for Mud, Sand, Snow, and Normal drive. Passport ground clearance is a significant 7.5 inches (8.2 inches for the four-wheel-drive models) and it can tow at best for 5000 pounds. This vehicle is comfortable with a smooth and direct steering wheel, all of which hands the Honda Passport an agile and robust impression from behind the wheel.

High-Tech Features

In addition to what it's designed to provide as standard, like automatic high-beams and back view camera, this Passport SUV comes with several standard high-tech features like adaptive cruise control, lane departure alert, forward collision alert, automated emergency braking, and also a road departure system. Rear cross-traffic alert and blind spot monitoring are also available, just like the rear and front sensor for parking. The base Passport features a 5-inch screen for infotainment, a USB port, Bluetooth, and a solid sound system using built-in speakers. Available technological upgrades include an 8-inch touch screen, navigation system, a Wi-Fi hot spot, two additional USB ports, wireless phone charging, High Definition radio, satellite radio, a 10-speaker sound system, a moon-roof, and an Apple CarPlay and Android Auto smartphone integration.

The new Passport model from Honda is a comprehensively appealing vehicle. Its strong and high-tech V6 engine is well-suited for different driving scenarios. The model’s handsome cabin, roomy interior, and much standard driving and safety features make it a perfect choice as a family carrier. The Passport redefines the balance between a comfortable cruiser and an adventure-ready long-distance traveller. It's a good one to explore from any lover of midsize SUVs.