The Duval Honda team believes that research is a valuable tool when it comes to any car search. As a result, we've provided Augustine, Jacksonville, and Orange Park, Florida, drivers with the links you'll find on this page. Each one will take you to valuable information pertaining to the Honda Passport.

Before you get started, we've drawn up the following overview to provide you with a sneak peek at what this impressive motor vehicle has to offer. Continue reading to begin checking it out.


Honda Passport History

Originally, the Honda Passport was sold between 1993 and 2002. After being discontinued in 2002, it was brought back in 2018 as a midsize crossover SUV for its third-generation edition. It makes use of such convenient aspects as the available hands-free access power tailgate that allows you easy entry to the cargo area even when your hands are otherwise occupied.

There's also the available wireless phone charger that eliminates having to bring along charger cords to enjoy a fully charged smartphone throughout your travels. The Passport uses these features and many more to provide you and your passengers with an enhanced driving experience from start to finish.


Honda Passport Awards

There's certainly no shortage of accolades for the Passport. Examples include the fact that the 2020 Honda Passport was named Best in Class by Car and Driver.1 On top of that, the 2020 Honda Passport has an NHTSA 5-Star Overall Safety Rating.2


Honda Passport vs The Competition

The Passport can certainly hold its own when placed in a side-by-side comparison with similar vehicles. To show you what we mean, we've compared the 2020 Honda Passport 2WD Sport with the 2020 Jeep Grand Cherokee Laredo. The Passport proves itself to be the superior choice when it comes to such areas as comfort and safety.

First, there's the fact that the 2020 Passport 2WD Sport boasts a total interior volume of 156.1 cubic feet compared to the significantly less 141.7 cubic feet you'll find in the 2020 Grand Cherokee Laredo. The Passport 2WD Sport also comes standard with tri-zone automatic climate control to allow everyone on board to enjoy their preferred temperature settings. This is not a feature you'll find in the Grand Cherokee Laredo.

Another feature only in the Passport is the standard Adaptive Cruise Control that's able to adjust the SUV's speed in order to maintain a safe traveling distance between you and the vehicle in front of you.


Take Advantage of Each of These Honda Passport Reviews

The Passport is built to impress. While we've only scratched the surface, you can find out everything else you'd like to know about this first-rate automobile by clicking on the topics and reviews that appeal to you most. Once you're ready to try it out in person, contact the team at Duval Honda serving Orange Park, Augustine, and Jacksonville, FL, to take your Honda Passport test drive.

 

1 Car and Driver, April 2019

2  Model tested with standard side airbags (SAB). Government 5-Star Safety Ratings are part of the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration's (NHTSA's) New Car Assessment Program (www.safecar.gov).

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