2020MY Honda Passport Doesn’t Bring Anything New But Costs A Bit More

The all-wheel drive versions of the 2020 Honda Passport are $100 more expensive.

Honda has revised the pricing of the Passport for the 2020MY, making it a bit more expensive compared to the outgoing iteration.

While the front-wheel drive versions of the Sport, EX-L and Touring can still be had from $31,990, $36,410 and $39,280, respectively, pricing for the all-wheel drive models was bumped by $100.

As a result, the AWD Sport, EX-L and Touring will now set you back $33,990, $38,410 and $41,280, respectively, whereas the range-topping Passport Elite, which is only available with AWD, can be had from $43,780. Pricing excludes a $1,095 destination charge, options and dealer fees.

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Elsewhere, the 2020 Passport remains the same. This means that it still comes with seating for up to five adults, good cargo space, independent suspension and the 3.6-liter V6 engine that kicks out 280 hp (283 PS / 208 kW) and 262 lb-ft (354 Nm) of torque. Power is directed to the wheels through the nine-speed automatic transmission.

Choosing the entry-level Passport Sport will get you 20-inch alloy wheels, matte black grille and Honda Sensing suite of driver assistance technologies. Should you go for the EX-L, Touring or Elite, you will enjoy blind spot information as well, whereas the Passport brings Apple CarPlay and Android Auto smartphone connectivity, in-car Wi-Fi, 8-inch infotainment system and wireless charging pad for compatible smartphones.

A wide selection of accessories is available, allowing customers to personalize the SUV for a broad range of outdoor activities, with gear that can accommodate bikes, kayaks, skis, snowboards and so on.


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