The all-new 2022 Honda Passport is no longer that bland SUV that will blend into the crowd. Instead, Honda has delivered a distinctive and bold look to complement the ample space for passengers and cargo. Even a slightly wider stance provides added functionality for this versatile SUV with room for five passengers and all their gear. To get all the details from the experts on all Honda vehicles, visit Premier Honda, just a short drive from Hammond and Kenner.
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The new Passport rolls off the line ready to deliver on and off-road. Under the hood, the Passport has a 280 horsepower 3.5 liter V-6 and nine-speed automatic transmission. All-wheel-drive is also an option for the most adventurous drivers who need more than the standard front-wheel drive. The standard model gives you 7.5 inches of ground clearance. And that space increases to 8.1 when you opt for the more off-road capable all-wheel drive. If your adventure includes a trailer, you can also bring up to 5,000 pounds of extras, camper, boat, or jet skis along for added fun and excitement.
The common knock on the Passport is that this SUV was as vanilla as it got. The new Passport is now unforgettable, starting with the unmistakable first impression, including a power bulge hood and beefier, more angular bumpers. The front end is capped off with a new grille that adds interest and a touch of detail that looks far more upscale than the grilles on past models. The rear bumper is also a new design to match the rugged looks of the new frontend. The wider tracks also increase the look of capability while delivering added stability and function.
Every base Passport offers an 8-inch center dash touchscreen complete with Android Auto and Apple CarPlay. There are also various power outlets and Bluetooth capabilities for all. However, if drivers want built-in navigation, a more elite audio system, a WiFi hotspot, and a wireless phone charging pad, they will need to upgrade to the Touring or Elite package. Likewise, the safety tech included in the base model has lane departure and lane-keeping assist, and adaptive cruise control. However, blind-spot monitoring and rear cross-traffic alert are only included on the upper-tier models.
The Passport offers plenty of space and comfort for five passengers along with 41 cubic feet of cargo space. That translates to roughly 15 carry-on-size bags in the rear cargo area. However, when the back seat is folded down, the capacity morphs to 78 cubic feet and carries more than twice as many carry-on bags. While the Passport is solidly in the mid-size range of SUVs, it offers impressive wide seats for all passengers with ample legroom for the rear seats and plenty of adjustments to ensure comfort for the front row.