Do you like the Honda Pilot, but it’s a little bigger than what you need? If so, you need to check out the Honda Passport. It won’t be long before you see these vehicles parked outside of Fenway Park or the Museum of Fine Arts Boston. Get the details on the vehicle now, so you’ll be ready to pick one up when it’s released.
A Smaller Pilot
When you first see the Honda Passport, you’ll notice that it’s based on the popular Pilot. It’s a little bit shorter than the Pilot, so it is more compact with two rows instead of three. However, second-row passengers get more legroom, so it’s great for outings with a vehicle full of adults.
It is also a bit taller, giving it more ground clearance. That means you can take this vehicle off-roading with ease.
Under the Hood
The Pilot has long been praised for its power, and you’ll find that same power under the hood of the Passport. It has the same nine-speed automatic transmission and V6 engine, so it is quick off the line and has 5,000 pounds of towing power. The automatic transmission is also known for its clean shifts, which is great news in Boston traffic. You don’t want clunky shifts to slow you down.
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You have lots of great choices if you pick up a Honda Passport. You can choose from the Sport, EX-L, Touring, and Elite trims. Each one has the same engine and transmission.
If you go with the Sport trim, you’ll get some cool features like a seven-speaker audio system and a 5-inch display. It also has autonomous features that include lane keeping assist and a forward collision warning system.
The EX-L has everything you get with the Sport, plus leather upholstery, a sunroof, Android Auto, Apple CarPlay, and more. Oh, and your screen will be upgraded to an 8-inch touch screen.
The Touring takes the Passport to the next level with heated rear seats, parking sensors, and a 10-speaker sound system that really thumps.
If you want the best of the best, choose the Elite trim. The heated steering wheel will help you fight off the coldest of Boston winters, and the wireless smartphone charging pad is like something out of the future. You’ll even get ventilated front seats with this trim. Honda truly pulled out all the stops for it.
The Passport is coming soon, and the staff at Honda Cars of Boston in Everett, Massachusetts, can’t wait for it to arrive. It’s going to be a popular vehicle, so don’t wait too long when it is released. Contact us to get more information about the release date and how you can be one of the first to drive a Passport in Boston.