Gains new standard infotainment features.
It’s one of the better midsize SUVs on the market today.
The Honda Passport is barely two years old and so updates for the 2021 model year are kept at a minimum. This is not really an issue as the Passport is one of the most capable and spacious SUVs in its midsize segment.
The big change for 2021 is that Honda’s Display Audio system with Apple CarPlay and Android Auto integration is now standard from the base Sport model, priced from $32,590. The EX-L starts at $36,610 while the Touring retails for $39,480. Honda’s Intelligent Variable Torque Management (i-VTM4) All-Wheel-Drive System is a $2,000 option on all trims, except for the $43,980 Elite on which the system is standard.
The Passport is a 2-row, 5-seater version of the Honda Pilot, and is powered by the same 280-horsepower 3.5-litre V6 mated to a 9-speed automatic transmission. Standard features include smart entry, 20-inch wheels, and numerous safety technologies such as lane-keeping assist, adaptive cruise control, and more.
The 2021 Honda Passport is available today.