For an awesome sport utility vehicle (SUV), look no further than the Honda Passport. With a five-passenger seating capacity and plenty of other excellent features, it’s the perfect vehicle for any family or for any person who wants a rugged, capable vehicle.
Worried that owning an SUV will leave you with high gas prices? Think again!
This one gets a very reasonable 19 MPG for city driving and 24 MPG for highway driving.
The Honda Passport also features a 9-speed automatic transmission, which includes:
- Shift by Wire (SBW) technology
- Paddle shifters
You’ve never experienced control like this before, thanks to the regular, unleaded V-6, 3.5 L engine.
For easy handling, the Honda Passport comes decked out with rack-pinion steering and a curb to curb turning diameter of 39.5 feet.
TIRE AND WHEEL SPECS
This vehicle’s rugged front and rear tires are sized at P245/50HR20, with a rear wheel size of 20 X 8 inches.
Plus, a compact spare tire is included for your convenience and safety.
Ride with confidence thanks to the strut suspension system.
There’s an abundance of headroom in the Honda Passport. Front head room is 39.5 inches, and the second seat headroom is 40 inches.
As for shoulder room, sit comfortably with 62 inches in the front seat and 61.9 inches in the second set.
And, when it comes to leg and hip room, there are 40.9 inches of legroom and 59.1 inches of hip room in the first seat and 39.6 inches of legroom and 57.3 inches of hip room in the second seat.
Airbags are important for safety, and, luckily, the Honda Passport features a frontal driver airbag, a front passenger airbag, a front side-body airbag, a front side head airbag, and a rear side head airbag.
It also comes equipped with anti-lock brakes, daytime running lights, traction control, fog lamps, a back-up camera, stability control, and a tire pressure monitor.
Here are a few final things to know about the Honda Passport.
The vehicle can be used for trailering and for towing.
With a weight distributing hitch, the maximum tongue weight is 500 pounds, which is a lot for the average driver.
With a dead weight hitch, the maximum trailer weight is 5000 pounds, which is even more generous, with a maximum tongue weight of 500 pounds.