Although the Passport nameplate was initially used from 1993 to 2002 for a traditional midsize SUV, it was revived for the 2019 model year as a midsize crossover and we couldn’t be more pleased with it. The stylish and sophisticated 2020 Honda Passport slides right into the lineup between the CR-V and Pilot, and when equipped right it can make a great off-road option as well. It makes a great option for all sorts of drivers right here in the Bluffton SC area.
You might be wondering what the difference between the Honda Passport and Pilot is, considering they’re both midsize crossovers. The Passport is a two-row CUV with seating for up to five, where as the Pilot can accommodate up to 8 in its three rows of seating.
Now you know that the Passport has two rows of seating for up to five passengers, but what about the other important space specs? Spaciousness and cargo capacity are a couple of the most important aspects of any utility vehicle, so we figured we’d start there. As for roominess, you and your passengers will have 115.9 cubic feet of space to stretch out and get comfortable in within the Passport Sport, or 114.9 cu. ft. in the other trim levels.
Behind the second row of seats, you’ll have a massive 41.2 cu. ft. of space to fill with whatever kind of cargo you need to bring along with you, whether it be groceries, luggage, or all your friend’s stuff as you help them move across town. In that latter case, you (or your friend, at the very least) might be happy to learn that dropping the seats flat opens up that number to 77.9 cu. ft. in the Sport, 77.7 cu. ft. in the EX-L and Touring or 77.5 cu. ft. in the Elite.
Of course, there are plenty of other great specifications and features to consider when shopping for a vehicle like the Passport. It offers impressive performance, efficiency and much more, including standard Honda SafetySense. If you’d like to learn more about the 2020 Honda Passport, don’t hesitate to get in touch with us, or simply schedule a test drive right here on our website.