2020 Honda Passport for Sale in West Warwick, RI
You may remember the original Honda Passport, a small truck-based, body-on-frame SUV that existed from 1993 to 2002. The Honda Motor Company has brought back the Passport – at least in name – as a five-seat crossover with an appealing combination of all-terrain ability and interior comfort. Now in its sophomore year, the 2020 Honda Passport provides a nice middle ground between the smaller crossovers in Honda’s lineup, the HR-V and the CR-V, and the large, three-row Pilot.
Standard Features by Trim
The four trim levels of the 2020 Honda Passport provide a rising slate of standard equipment to suit individual buyers’ needs. The base Sport has tri-zone automatic climate control, push-button ignition, remote start, 20-inch alloy wheels, the Honda Sensing active safety technology suite (more on that below in the Safety section) and LED daytime running lights and fog lights. The EX-L adds leather seating with heated seats in front, a leather-wrapped steering wheel, a power tailgate, a power moonroof, heated side mirrors with integrated turn signals (LED), and an upgraded infotainment system with Apple CarPlay, Android Auto, and SiriusXM satellite radio. The Touring trim is made even more upscale with hands-free tailgate function, a 10-speaker audio system, a Wi-Fi hotspot, ambient interior lighting, front and rear parking sensors, integrated navigation, and heated rear outboard seats. The most loaded trim, the Elite, lives up to its name with a wireless phone charger, a heated steering wheel, rain-sensing windshield wipers, perforated leather seating with cooling ventilation in the front seats, and standard torque-vectoring all-wheel drive (AWD).
All 2020 Honda Pilots have the same powertrain: a 280-horsepower 3.5-liter V6 with a nine-speed automatic transmission. As mentioned, AWD comes standard on the top trim, but it can be added on the other three (which come standard with front-wheel drive) as an option. A properly equipped AWD Passport can pull a maximum of 5,000 pounds.
All trims get the Honda Sensing driver-assist technology bundle as standard equipment. It consists of collision mitigation braking, lane keeping assist, adaptive cruise control, road departure mitigation, lane departure warning, automatic high beams, and forward collision warning. Trims above the base also get a blind spot warning system that monitors cross traffic.
Off-Road Capability and Cargo Space
The 2020 Honda Passport is well prepared for leaving the pavement, with intelligent traction management and a four-wheel independent suspension coming standard. Honda’s torque-vectoring AWD, which constantly adjusts power to each wheel based on its ever-changing individual level of traction, is standard on the Elite trim and available on the other three. The selectable traction modes on FWD Passports are Normal and Snow; AWD Passports add Mud and Sand modes. Ground clearance is 7.5 inches on FWD models and 8.1 inches on AWD models.
Cargo space is generous, with 41 cubic feet of space with passengers in the back row and over 100 cu. ft. with those seats folded flat. Honda has also put in some clever hidden storage compartments throughout the cabin. A series of available options packages, Adventure and Urban, add useful equipment such as crossbars, running boards, fender flares, underbody spoilers, and towing hardware.
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