The Passport is the latest addition to Honda’s SUV lineup and one of the most recent Honda models to make waves in its respective segment. Fit for off-road adventure and the daily commute alike, it’s tough to compete with a model like the 2019 Honda Passport, but SUVs like the 2019 Toyota 4Runner are also built for travel off the beaten path, so which one should you choose.
Well, we’re here to help you compare the two cars right here side-by-side. In this instance, we are matching up the Passport’s Elite trim with the 4Runner’s Limited trim, both of which come with an AWD system. Yet, that AWD capability comes at less of a cost with the Passport, as it has a starting MSRP of $43,680.*
2019 Honda Passport Elite AWD
2019 Toyota 4Runner Limited 4x4
|From $43,680*||MSRP||From $45,460|
|280 hp||Horsepower||270 hp|
|100.7 cubic feet||Maximum Cargo Volume||89.7 cubic feet|
|Up to 114.9 cubic feet||Passenger Volume||Up to 97.3 cubic feet|
The Honda Passport also delivers more horsepower from the Elite trim than the 2019 4Runner Limited, but it’s interior space where the Passport really impresses. Indeed, it’s tough to beat the amount of space the Honda Passport provides, and you may be surprised by it yourself. Not only does it outmatch the 4Runner with 100.7 cubic feet of cargo space through the rear hatch, but it also delivers an incredible 114.9 cubic feet of space for its 5 available passengers.
With all that space, vacations and camping trips are easy in the 2019 Honda Passport, but don’t just take our word for it. Now that you’ve compared Honda’s latest SUV to the 2019 Toyota 4Runner, contact us at Hilton Head Honda to get behind the wheel for yourself.
*MSRP excluding tax, license, registration, $1,045.00 destination charge, options and accessories. Dealers set own prices.