2020 Honda Passport Reviews
The 2020 Honda Passport is in Billings, providing drivers with one of the most exciting SUV options on the market. You can tell it’s a competitive car because the Honda Passport reviews are stellar across the board. Read what the experts are saying in their Honda Passport reviews with this guide from Underriner Honda!
2020 Honda Passport Reviews: Space and Dimensions
Like its sister car the Honda Pilot, the Passport is a spacious vehicle designed for your Cody carpools and any cargo you may need in Laurel. This is reflected in comments on the interior space of the cargo from some of the leading experts in vehicles:
- Edmunds favorably compares the Passport to the CR-V: “The Passport, essentially a Honda Pilot minus a third row, offers far more passenger and cargo space than the CR-V and easier maneuverability than the Pilot. Headroom and legroom are abundant all around. And with more than 41 cubic feet of storage behind the second row, the Passport trounces most rivals when it comes time to carry large objects. It also offers comfortable seats, a smooth ride, upscale cabin materials, and a powerful and fuel-efficient V6 engine.”
- Kelley Blue Book* writes: “While it’s undeniably similar to its big brother, the 3-row Pilot, we like the looks and proportions of the 2020 Honda Passport much better. It’s six inches shorter but has the same wheelbase, and it’s also an inch wider and taller. It has a steeper back window angle for a sportier appearance, and its grille has a more rugged look as well.”
2020 Honda Passport Reviews: Performance
One of the highlights on the Honda Pilot is the performance, centered around a 3.5L V6 engine and complimented by options like the Intelligent Variable Torque Management™ (i-VTM4®) AWD System. If you’re reading Honda Passport reviews, you’ll hear features like these mentioned on a regular basis. For example:
- Car and Driverpraises both the performance and the safety features, writing: “Those who want a big two-row crossover SUV that drives well and wears a Honda badge will be more than satisfied with the 2020 Passport. It’s stockpiled with standard driver assists such as adaptive cruise control and automated emergency braking. The Passport also boasts an exceptionally comfy and commodious interior, with plenty of room to store cargo. Along with optional all-wheel drive, every model is powered by a quick and refined V-6 powertrain.”
- The U.S. News and World Reportconcludes: “The Honda Passport is a good two-row midsize SUV. Its cabin features upscale materials and loads of standard safety features, while the standard V6 engine delivers solid power and average fuel economy estimates.”
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