2019 Honda Passport Trim Levels near Iowa CityView Inventory
2019 Honda Passport Trim Levels
In its previous life-from 1993 to 2002-the Honda Passport was a midsize SUV. And now it's back, revised as a midsize crossover to make it more family-friendly and suitable for commuting in civilization. The 2019 model year is the first one for this recent reincarnation, and it's already making waves with its spacious seats, decent off-road capability, handsome cabin, and remarkable engine output. Four 2019 Honda Passport trim levels are available: Sport, EX-L, Touring, and Elite.
Honda Passport Sport
The base level of the trim levels is the Sport. Powered by a 3.5-liter V6 that provides 280 horsepower and 262 lb-ft of torque and mated to a 9-speed automatic transmission, the Sport has a standard front-wheel drivetrain. However, you can get an all-wheel drivetrain instead for improved traction, especially when driving on slippery surfaces. The 2019 Honda Passport is a five-seater; two rows of seats accommodate up to five people. Inside the cabin, you can expect a passenger volume measured at 115.9 cubic feet and a standard cargo volume of 41.2 cubic feet. (You can fold down the second-row seats to expand it to 77.9 cubic feet.) The Passport also has an underfloor storage area divided in plastic bins. Cloth upholstery and an 8-way power driver seat with lumbar support are standard. Also standard are standard comfort and convenience features such as cruise control, tri-zone automatic climate control, a 7-inch TFT multi-information screen, Bluetooth wireless technology for audio streaming and hands-free phone calling, push-button engine start, a 5-inch LCD screen, two USB ports for hooking up portable media devices, and a seven-speaker 215-watt stereo system.
For safety, the Sport has features such as a six-airbag system (two front impact, two side impact, and two side curtain airbags), four-wheel anti-lock disc brakes, vehicle stability assist, traction control, LED daytime running lights, a multi-angle rearview camera, hill start assist, electronic brake-force distribution, brake assist, and a theft-deterrent system. Also standard is the Honda Sensing suite, which provides a wide range of driver-assistance technologies that include road departure mitigation to adjust steering and braking if you cross detected lanes without signaling, adaptive cruise control to set a safe distance between you and the vehicle in front of you, collision mitigation braking for applying brake pressure when an unavoidable collision is determined, forward collision warning to alert you of a possible collision with the vehicle ahead of you, lane departure warning to alert you when drifting out of your lane, auto high beams to maximize illumination in low-visibility situations, and lane keeping assist to adjust your car's steering to help you keep centered in a detected lane.
Honda Passport EX-L
The next step up is the EX-L. Although passenger volume is reduced to 114.9 cubic feet, and maximum cargo volume is cut down to 77.7 cubic feet, the cabin will be enhanced with a leather-wrapped steering wheel, two-position memory for the driver's seat, an upgrade to 10-way power adjustment (also on the driver's seat), 4-way power adjustment on the front passenger seat, leather seat trim, and front-seat heating. For comfort and convenience, the EX-L gets additions and enhancements such as an 8-inch touchscreen, Apple CarPlay and Android Auto for smartphone integration, hands-free text messaging, CabinControl for remote control of infotainment functions, HD Radio technology for digital AM/FM radio and improved sound quality, a trial subscription to SiriusXM satellite radio, a faster-operating USB port for playing media from and charging mobile devices, auto-dimming ability on the rearview mirror to get rid of headlight glare from vehicles behind you, and HomeLink for remote-controlling home features such as garage doors and security systems. Safety is boosted by the addition of yet another Honda Sensing feature: a blind-spot information system for alerting you if there's a vehicle in the lane to which you're signaling, with a rear cross-traffic monitor to watch out for vehicles passing behind you when you're backing out of a parking lot or your driveway.
Honda Passport Touring
On the Touring, you can expect heating ability extended to the rear seats. Also, the 8-inch interface is upgraded with voice-activated satellite-linked navigation ability, and the speakers are elevated to a 10-speaker 540-watt system.
Honda Passport Elite
On the top-level Elite, maximum cargo volume is further reduced to 77.5 cubic feet. However, it is the only one of the Passport trim levels that has perforated leather trim, front-seat ventilation and wireless phone charging.
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