The 2021 Honda Passport begins arriving in dealers this week, adding the Display Audio system plus Apple CarPlay® and Android Auto™ integration to its long list of standard features. Manufacturer’s Suggested Retail Price (MSRP) starts at $32,590 (excluding $1,120 destination and handling).
The Passport, essentially a Honda Pilot minus a third row, offers far more passenger and cargo space than the CR-V and easier maneuverability than the Pilot. Headroom and legroom are abundant all around. And with more than 41 cubic feet of storage behind the second row, the Passport trounces most rivals when it comes time to carry large objects. It also offers comfortable seats, a smooth ride, upscale cabin materials, and a powerful and fuel-efficient V6 engine.
2021 Passport Pricing & EPA Fuel Economy Ratings
|Model / Trim / Drivetrain||MSRP||MSRP Including $1,120 Destination Charge||EPA Mileage Rating|
|Passport Sport (2WD)||$32,590||$33,710||20 / 25 / 22|
|Passport Sport (AWD)||$34,590||$35,710||19 / 24 / 21|
|Passport EX-L (2WD)||$36,610||$37,730||20 / 25 / 22|
|Passport EX-L (AWD)||$38,610||$39,730||19 / 24 / 21|
|Passport Touring (2WD)||$39,480||$40,600||20 / 25 / 22|
|Passport Touring (AWD)||$41,480||$42,600||19 / 24 / 21|
|Passport Elite (AWD)||$43,980||$45,100||19 / 24 / 21|
The 2021 Honda Passport is available in four trim levels: Sport, EX-L, Touring and Elite. Every Passport comes with Honda’s 3.5-liter V6 (280 horsepower, 262 lb-ft of torque) and a nine-speed automatic transmission. Front-wheel drive is standard on the Sport, EX-L and Touring. All-wheel drive is standard on the Elite and optional on the other three trim levels.