We will be talking about all we are aware of the new Honda Passport. The car was unveiled recently during the LA Auto Show. It will return in an all new modern design and style model in the United States.
2019 Honda Passport: Design and Engine
If you’re unaware, it comes as a middle-sized SUV. It will be competing with the Ford Edge, Jeep Grand Cherokee, and other SUVs. As per reports and sources, Honda Passport is manufactured in Alabama, just like Odyssey, Pilot and Ridgeline.
The all-new Honda SUV has a V6 3.5-liter engine, which happens to be the same as Ridgeline and Pilot. Even the dashboard design is the same. The two-wheel drive models of Honda Passport’s V6 engine can easily tow up to 3,500 pounds while the four-wheel can tow 5,000 pounds without any issue.
Here are more pictures of the new Honda Passport:
2019 Honda Passport: Features
Honda Passport will come in four models: EX-L, Elite, Sports and Touring. The car will be packed with a lot of features, including adaptive cruise, emergency braking, heated steering wheel, lane assist, power driver seat, rain sensor wipers, high-end audio system, heated rear seats, leather seats, LED headlights, sunroof, navigation, adaptive cruise and automatic climate control.
However, all the above features may differ, depending upon the model. Talking about the price of the car, nothing has been revealed by the company yet but it is expected to cost around $25,000 or more.
The SUV will release in the beginning quarter of this year. Stay tuned for more updates.