2021 Honda Passport Exterior

What's New For the 2021 Honda Passport?

The 2021 Honda Passport doesn't get many updates this year, but it also doesn't need them, considering it has a strong ranking among others in the midsize SUV class. The 2021 Honda Passport gets some minor updates primarily to its technology this year, with Android Auto and Apple CarPlay now standard across the board. The 2021 Passport also stands out for its spacious cabin with plenty of space for occupants and luggage in the back. Top-notch safety features are another highlight for the 2021 Honda Passport, and it is also a fun SUV to drive.

Which Trims & Features Are Available in 2021?

The 2021 Honda Passport comes in four trim levels. First is the Sport. The second is the EX-L, which is followed by the Touring and, finally, the Elite. All have the same mechanical system and a choice of drivetrain on select trims. Even with the Sport, you'll get a fully-loaded SUV. This trim comes standard with LED headlights. It also has a keyless entry and ignition system. Automatic climate control is also included, and the seats have a split-folding layout for convenience. The eight-inch display screen is now standard, along with Android Auto, Apple CarPlay, and app support.

Moving up to the EX-L adds a few more touches. A few added features on this trim level, a sunroof, leather seats, and more USB charging ports in the back are a few added features. Additionally, the driver's seat is power-adjustable, and both front seats are heated for cold-weather driving. The Touring gets an updated sound system and a hands-free liftgate. The heated seats extend to the back row as well. Ventilated seats are added to the Elite, along with wireless charging and a heated steering wheel.

2021 Honda Passport Interior

What's Under the Hood of the Honda Passport?

The Honda Passport is powered by one engine for 2021, a 3.5L V6 gasoline engine that produces 280 HP and 262 LB-FT of torque. It is paired to a nine-speed automatic transmission across the lineup. Front-wheel drive comes standard, but you can get the all-wheel drive on the Elite trim.

2021 Honda Passport Safety at the Forefront

Safety in the 2021 Honda Passport includes blind-spot monitoring, forward collision avoidance, pedestrian detection, and automatic emergency braking. Lane-keep assist and lane departure are also standard safety features. All trims are equipped with advanced airbags, seat belts, and LED lighting as well. Some trims have exclusive features, such as parking sensors, which are standard on the Touring trim and available as an add-on amenity to the others.

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