2019 Honda Passport at Miller Honda
Brand new for 2019 is an SUV built for adventure-seekers that want a rugged ride with superior power and off-road capability,the 2019 Honda Passport. This five-passenger SUV is the most rugged of all the Honda light trucks and its expressive design lets everyone know that it’s on a mission for excitement. With a more aggressive set of departure angles and overall approach, the Passport gives the driver an increased drive height, wider track, and wider wheels for improved handling and grip. Add to that a sophisticated interior design with ample seating for five passengers and overall passenger volume that leads the class. So if adventure and utility are something you’ve been looking for, you’ve come to the right place.
- 3.5-liter SOHC direct-injection V6 engine
- 280 horsepower
- 262 pound-feet of torque
- Lane Keeping Assistance System
- Collision mitigation braking system
- Road departure mitigation
- Increased ride height
- Athletic stance
- Modern yet rugged exterior
How powerful is the Passport?
Beneath the hood of every 2019 Honda Passport is a 3.5-liter SOHC direct-injection V6 engine. This behemoth works with an i-VTEC valvetrain and nine-speed automatic transmission to be capable of 280 horsepower and 262 pound-feet of torque. With all-wheel drive the Passport has access to Variable Torque management with Intelligent Traction Management, helping it to optimize traction and dynamic performance based on weather and terrain like sand, snow, and mud. In addition to its top-class horsepower, the Passport also has brisk acceleration and 5,000 pounds of towing capability. Other utilities that improve the Passport’s abilities include a sophisticated, fully independent suspension, fully-boxed floor structure, and an Advanced Compatibility Engineering body structure that all come together to offer incredible off- and on-road driving performance.
What features does the Passport offer?
The Passport’s modern yet rugged exterior is comprised of such features as its increased ride height, 20-inch wheels, athletic stance and proportions, and aggressive black grille. At the same time, the Passport’s interior will give passengers best-in-class space as part of its total interior volume in addition to features such as a “basement” cargo space that’s perfect for storing things that would be better left out of sight. There are four trims offered for the 2019 Honda Passport, and each comes bursting with features that will ensure that you drive home a vehicle that’s just right for you. The Sport trim starts things off with three-zone automatic climate control, 245/60R20 tires, two USB ports, and LED low-beam headlights, DRLS, taillights, and fog lights. The EX-L trim adds on to what the Sport starts with the addition of two more USB charging points, leather seating and steering wheel, HomeLink, moonroof, heated exterior mirrors, remote power liftgate, eight-way power driver seat with adjustable lumbar support, an eight-inch Display Audio system with Android Auto and Apple CarPlay smartphone integration, and rear window sunshades. Taking things another wrung up the trim ladder will bring the Touring trim into the spotlight. The Touring further ups the ante with 20-inch alloy wheels, inline high- and low-beam LED headlights, acoustic glass, wider tires, outside mirrors with power-folding and turn indicators, foot-operated hands-free power liftgate access, AC power inverter, LED ambient lighting, 10 speaker premium audio system, parking sensors, and onboard navigation.Just when it seems like there couldn’t be any more to add, the Passport goes and finds some for its Elite trim. The top trim’s additional features include a gloss-black liftgate spoiler, i-VTM4 torque-vectoring all-wheel drive, wireless phone charger, ventilated front seats, rain sensing wipers, auto-dimming side mirrors, and a heated steering wheel.
How safe is the Passport?
Safety is key in any vehicle, and that still holds true for the 2019 Honda Passport. The latest safety technology goes into every Passport with the inclusion of the standard Honda Sensing suite of advanced safety features; adaptive cruise control, forward collision warning, road departure mitigation, collision mitigation braking system, Lane Keeping Assistance System, and a lane departure warning system. Additionally, every Passport comes with a multi-angle rearview camera system while the Elite, EX-L, and Touring trims come with a blind spot information system.
Final Thoughts on the 2019 Honda Passport
You normally only need a passport if you’re leaving the country, but from now on you’ll want your Passport with you no matter where you go. A powerful powertrain with advanced handling, swift acceleration, and 5,000 pounds of towing capacity will give the Passport the power you want it to have. Trim options and features abound to give you everything you need and want from your vehicle. Standard safety features will make sure your time behind the wheel is as safe as it is comfortable or powerful. So if that all sounds good to you, contact us today to learn more about grabbing a Passport of your own.Apply for FinancingSchedule Service