2021 Honda Passport Reviews

November 25th, 2020 by
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If your growing family in San Angelo is in need of a larger vehicle, the 2021 Honda Passport garners glowing reviews from automotive critics for its spacious and tech-filled interior, as well as its fuel efficiency. The Honda Passport offers the reliability that Lubbock drivers need, whether on a commute to work or weekend adventure out of state. Brown Honda of San Angelo has compiled some of the top 2021 Honda Passport reviews so you can see how this versatile midsize fits into your lifestyle. Read the highlights below, then contact us to arrange a test drive! 

Honda Passport Review: What the Critics are Saying 

The Honda Passport reviews emphasize the SUV’s adaptability. From its spacious interior to the high-performance engine that adds some extra excitement to your Midland drive. Most importantly, this powerful engine boasts fuel-efficient mileage specs, so you don’t have to always worry about spending lots of money on fuel. Find out what the critics had to say in their Honda Passport reviews, below:

  • Car and Driver: “Spacious, capable, and nicely equipped for the money, the Honda Passport hits its marks as a mid-size SUV. Sharing many of its mechanicals with the three-row Pilot and Ridgeline pickup, the Passport uses a familiar name from Honda’s 1990s lineup but is fully modern, with plenty of standard safety equipment and optional tech features. Its standard V6 engine is powerful, and its interior is practical and capacious.”
  • Edmunds: “Midsize crossovers are defined by cargo and passenger space, and the Honda Passport has both in spades. It offers noticeably more head- and legroom in both rows compared to its smaller sibling, the Honda CR-V, and there’s a bit more cargo room as well. The 3.5L V6 produces plenty of thrust yet delivers good fuel economy, both in EPA estimates and real-world driving. Rounding out the Passport’s list of admirable attributes are plush seats and an upscale cabin design.”
  • Motortrend: “Along with strong performance, the Pilot’s smaller sibling boasts a cavernous interior and a lengthy list of standard features. The 2021 Honda Passport brings even more standard features to the model.”

2021 Honda Passport Features 

The new Honda Passport excellently balances high-performance and ultimate comfort. The SUV is equipped with a 3.5L V6 engine featuring a 9-speed automatic transmission that generates 280 horsepower. You can choose between a standard FWD system or an available Intelligent Variable Torque Management™ (i-VTM4®) AWD system with Intelligent Traction Management. For times when you need to trailer large objects like the family camper, the Passport offers a standard 3,500-pound towing capacity or maximum 5,000-pound towing power depending on which drivetrain you choose.

The Passport interior offers 77.9 cubic feet of cargo space so you never have to leave any of your belongings behind, in addition to a wide variety of comfort and entertainment amenities that will make your Odessa much easier:

  • Honda Sensing® technology
  • Cargo Area Underfloor Storage Compartments
  • Remote Engine Start
  • Smart Entry
  • Push Button Start
  • 20-Inch Alloy Wheels
  • Auto High-Beam Headlights
  • LED Daytime Running Lights
  • Fog Lights
  • Dual Exhaust Finishers
  • Rear Privacy Glass

Review the 2021 Honda Passport at Brown Honda of San Angelo 

After reading these 2021 Honda Passport reviews, visit Brown Honda of San Angelo to review this versatile SUV for yourself! Our team of Honda experts will walk you through the ins and outs of Passport features and help you decide if this vehicle is perfect for your lifestyle. Also, don’t forget to browse our new vehicle specials so you can secure the keys to a new Passport for less! 

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