Honda Updates Passport For 2021, Little More Expensive

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Honda revealed the 2021 Honda Passport for the US market with a base price of $32,590. While the car is about $600 more expensive than the previous year's model it receives some interesting updates.

The most interesting thing is the new 8-inch infotainment system that replaces the previous 5-inch display. the system also comes to standard with Android Auto and Apple CarPlay.

Honda Passport

Other highlights are new LED headlights, rear privacy glass, a passive entry system, 20-inch wheels, keyless entry and start, three-zone automatic climate control system, and premium audio system with seven speakers and a subwoofer.

Honda also has updated safety features for the 2021 Honda Passport so it comes standard with adaptive cruise control, auto high-beam headlights, multi-angle rearview camera, collision mitigation braking system, forward-collision warning, Lane-keeping assist, Lane departure warning, and road departure mitigation system.

2021 Honda Passport

On the EX-L trim, buyers can enjoy more features like an acoustic windshield and power tailgate on the outside and heated front seats, leather interior, auto-dimming rearview mirror, moonroof, Homelink system, blind spot information system, rear cross-traffic alert, SeriesXM and SMS text function inside the cabin.

On the highest stream which is called the Passport Touring buyers can enjoy even more features like hands-free power tailgate, roof rales, acoustic glass on the side doors, front and rear park sensors, LED ambient lighting, ten-speaker premium audio system with a subwoofer, GPS navigation, heated rear seats, and eliminated cup holders.



The range-topping model is called Passport Elite and it is available with the base price of $43,980. The model adds rain-sensing wipers, standard all-wheel-drive system, heated steering wheel, heated and ventilated front seats, and a wireless smartphone charging pad.



Under the hood, Honda Passport uses a 3.5-liter V6 engine with 280 hp and 355 nm of torque on all trims. The engine is connected to a 9-speed automatic transmission that sends power to front wheels as a standard but buyers can opt for the all-wheel-drive system as an extra-cost option.

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