The Passport: its anonymous appearance. It now has a bolder front end thanks to the thicker grille and squarer proportions and its front and rear bumpers look tougher.
Under the hood is the same 280-horsepower 3.5 litter V-6 and nine-speed automatic transmission as the Pilot.
The front seats don’t offer much support, but they’re wide enough to provide hours of comfort. This The reclining rear seats are also quite comfortable.
Passport includes most of the modern tech features you’d want. The upgraded sound system (available on Touring and Elite levels) sounds great and fills the cabin space nicely
Passport is very roomy at 41.2 cubic feet behind the second row. Fold the rear seats, and you have 77.9 cubic feet of space. also see Honda listing 50.5 and 100.7 cubic feet
Passport was quick to sprint to 60 mph in 6.0 sec in our test and dutifully Speed up on the highway. It's ride comfortable on most roads and the steering is direct which makes the Passport feel
Front-drive models are expected to get 20 mpg in the city and 25 mpg on the highway. Passport with all-wheel drive fared slightly worse at 19 mpg city and 24 mpg highway.
Pricing for the Passport is typical for this class but the superior materials and build quality spacious interior and comfortable ride make it feel like a bargain.