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2021 Honda Passport Complete In-depth Review & Buying Guide

Updated on: August 10, 2020
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Totan Banerjee

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With un-official news coming in all around from Honda fans, right there we have got some official disclosure for you guys. Rest assured it might not be the happiest moment for us to reveal this but the all-new 2021 Honda Passport is unfortunately not getting any new kit from its manufacturer. 4 trims will continue to be offered with prices expected to begin from $32,500 and going over $44,000. The 280hp producing 3.5L V6 motor will continue to do duty in the 2021 Passport as well like last year.

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Pros

Unmatched reliability

Superior MPG figures

Good towing capacity

Great resale value

Cons

Outdated Infotainment System

Styling feels dated and needs a revamp

What's New?

The Car remains mostly unchanged from 2020.


Pictures

Exterior
Interior

Styles

2021 Honda Passport in Black Copper Pearl color 2021 Honda Passport in Black Forest Pearl color 2021 Honda Passport in Obsidian Blue Pearl color
Black Copper Pearl

Vehicle images are guides only and may not reflect the model's exact specifications/features– exact specifications/features should be confirmed with the seller.

Ratings

Features

9.0

Engine And Performance

9.0

Fuel Economy

7.0

Interior

9.0

Exterior

8.0

Safety

9.0

8.5

OVERALL RATING

Trims and Configurations

MSRP


2021 Honda Passport Sport

Sport

power
280 hp @ 6000 rpm
fuel
Regular unleaded
mpg
22 combined

$31,990 - $33,990


Style Prices MPG Engine Transmission Drivetrain Seats Colors
Sport 4dr SUV (3.5L 6cyl 9A) Starting at $31,990 MSRP (2/22/25) 280 hp @ 6000 rpm, 3.5 L, V-6, regular unleaded
9-Speed Automatic front wheel drive 5
Sport 4dr SUV AWD (3.5L 6cyl 9A) Starting at $33,990 MSRP (2/22/25) 280 hp @ 6000 rpm, 3.5 L, V-6, regular unleaded
9-Speed Automatic all wheel drive 5

2021 Honda Passport EX-L

EX-L

power
280 hp @ 6000 rpm
fuel
Regular unleaded
mpg
22 combined

$36,410 - $38,410


Style Prices MPG Engine Transmission Drivetrain Seats Colors
EX-L 4dr SUV (3.5L 6cyl 9A) Starting at $36,410 MSRP (2/22/25) 280 hp @ 6000 rpm, 3.5 L, V-6, regular unleaded
9-Speed Automatic front wheel drive 5
EX-L 4dr SUV AWD (3.5L 6cyl 9A) Starting at $38,410 MSRP (2/22/25) 280 hp @ 6000 rpm, 3.5 L, V-6, regular unleaded
9-Speed Automatic all wheel drive 5

2021 Honda Passport Touring

Touring

power
280 hp @ 6000 rpm
fuel
Regular unleaded
mpg
22 combined

$39,280 - $41,280


Style Prices MPG Engine Transmission Drivetrain Seats Colors
Touring 4dr SUV (3.5L 6cyl 9A) Starting at $39,280 MSRP (2/22/25) 280 hp @ 6000 rpm, 3.5 L, V-6, regular unleaded
9-Speed Automatic front wheel drive 5
Touring 4dr SUV AWD (3.5L 6cyl 9A) Starting at $41,280 MSRP (2/22/25) 280 hp @ 6000 rpm, 3.5 L, V-6, regular unleaded
9-Speed Automatic all wheel drive 5

2021 Honda Passport Elite

Elite

power
280 hp @ 6000 rpm
fuel
Regular unleaded
mpg
22 combined

$43,780


Style Prices MPG Engine Transmission Drivetrain Seats Colors
Elite 4dr SUV AWD (3.5L 6cyl 9A) Starting at $43,780 MSRP (2/22/25) 280 hp @ 6000 rpm, 3.5 L, V-6, regular unleaded
9-Speed Automatic all wheel drive 5

Expert Review

8.5

Overall Rating


The Honda Passport, which sits between Honda’s top-selling SUVs like the Honda CR-V and the Honda Pilot, is a crosstown rival to many popular SUVs such as the Toyota 4runner, Ford Edge, Nissan Murano, Chevrolet Blazer, the Jeep Grand Cherokee, etc. The Passport commands a good resale value over a lot of its rivals, owing to unmatched durability and reliability.

2021 Honda Passport SUV Front View
2021 Honda Passport SUV Front View

9.0/10
Features

 
 
 

9.0/10
Engine and Performance

 

7.0/10
Fuel Economy

 

9.0/10
Interior

 

8.0/10
Exterior

 

9.0/10
Safety

 
 
 

2021 Honda Passport Features

9.0/10

The Honda Passport comprises 4 trim levels EX-L, Sport, Touring, and the Elite trim. Honda equips all Passport models with decent features inclusive of the latest tech inside and out. All Honda Passport trims come equipped with Honda Safety Sensing suite, a unique safety feature designed for Honda Cars.

Trim

Sport

EX-L

Touring

Elite

MSRP (FWD)

Est $32,900

Est $37,400

Est $ 40,200

NA

MSRP(AWD)

Est $34,900

Est $39,400

Est $ 42,200

Est $ 44,700

Key Features

Keyfob (all doors) Remote Keyless Entry

Add ons to the Sport trim

Add ons to the EX-L trim

Add ons to the Touring trim

 

Tilt and telescopic steering wheel

Leather Seats with Heated functionality

LED Low-Beam Headlights with Auto-On/Off

Rear-Window Defroster with Timer

 

Air Conditioning with Air filtration

Turn signal in mirrors

Body-Colored Door Handles

Power Tailgate

 

One-touch power windows

7 speaker setup with 215 watts stereo output

Illuminated Steering Wheel-Mounted Controls

Ventilated Driver seats

 

6 -way manual driver seat adjustments

20" Gray Aluminum Wheels

Fin-Type Roof-Mounted Antenna

Ventilated passenger seats

 

AM/FM stereo

Satellite radio

   
 

Adaptive cruise control

     

Just beginning with the trim the Honda Passport installs a lot of features, almost 60% of all the features that are offered with the Honda Passport comes with its base Sport trim. It However lacks the best infotainment setup and the luxury leather interior which comes just one trim above. It also offers an AWD and FWD setup.

Placed in the middle, the EX-Ltrim offers great comfort features for its price and includes features such as leather seats with heated function and 7 speaker stereo audio system. The EX-L trim gets both FWD and an AWD which costs an extra $2000 like the other trims.

The Touring trim also comes with an AWD and the FWD setup has the most sensible features for the price it asks. It checks the most amount of features in spite of being less priced than the top trim elite. The vehicle features all the same safety and exterior features as the Elite trim.

The Elite trim is the top trim which is estimated to cost around $44,700, this trim only offers an AWD setup and features the highest luxury features available in the segment inclusive of features like driver and passenger seats with heated function, automatic power tailgate, and rear defroster with timer.

2021 Honda Passport Maintenance, Reliability and Warranty

Reliability is a promise that brands offer consumers along with their products. The carmaker Honda is famed for making reliability a part of its production. Like its predecessors, the all-new 2021 Honda Passport stacks up with the Jeep Grand Cherokee, Toyota 4 runner, and Ford Edge in terms of reliability. 

The Honda Passport is not as reliable and cost-effective as its siblings the Honda CR-V and the Honda Pilot but it has become a critically acclaimed midsize SUV for its overall safety ratings. The Insurance Institute for Highway Safety credited the 2020 Honda Passport with one of the top safety picks of the year award.

Reliability and Ownership Costs

The Honda Passport which was completely overhauled 2 years back in 2019 is now equipped with Honda’s cutting edge 3.5L V6 engine that is part of Honda’s J series engines designed and manufactured here in the US. As part of user surveys made here in the US, the Passport requires minimal maintenance and workmanship in its running tenure which is also lesser than many other rivals such as the Ford Edge, Volvo XC60, and the Chevrolet Blazer.

For your convenience, We have also estimated the cost of ownership for a 2019 Honda Passport with the same engine configuration that will come with the 2021 Honda Passport. The estimated cost of owning the Honda Passport Elite Trim for a period of 5 years and 75,000 miles is around $44,890 US dollars.

The Honda Passport does not have a lot of good reasons to choose over Honda’s other SUVs such as the Pilot or the CR-V but it demands the lowest maintenance cost in its segment. The Passport does not demand heavy maintenance and the repairs are usually infrequent resulting from general wear and tear in variable road conditions.

Warranty

The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) awarded the 2020 Honda Passport an overall safety rating of five stars out of five stars. All Honda Cars comprise a comprehensive powertrain warranty of 5 years and 50,000 miles whichever is earlier. 

Criteria

Period

Limited warranty

3 years/ 36,000 miles; whichever is earlier

Powertrain warranty

5 years/ 50,000 miles; whichever is earlier

24-hour roadside assistance

3 years/ 36,000 miles; whichever is earlier

Apart from that Honda covers its vehicles for 3 year/36,000 miles under a limited warranty policy inclusive of a 24-hour emergency road service available in the United States valid during the 3-Year/36,000-Mile Limited Warranty term.

Miles Per Dollar

The Honda Passport Elite top trim incurs overall maintenance and running cost of $44,890 which includes all costs associated with running of the vehicle for a period of 5 years and 75,000 miles approximately. The vehicle is estimated to run 1.6 Mile per dollar and with those variables in mind, the Honda Passport cost you $0.59 per mile.

2021 Honda Passport Buying Advice

If you are looking for a value for more deal within the Honda Passport trim and can compromise with a less luxurious interior and comfort features that are average then the EX-L trim is made for you. But if you want to get access to a lot of luxury features and for an affordable price then the Honda Passport Touring trim fulfills your necessity. 

Is buying a used car Honda Passport a good idea?

The Honda Passport has a very indefinite history and so its reliability and market position stays uncertain. The Passport was scrapped in the US market back in 2002 and was again relaunched with a complete new overhaul in 2019. Luckily you might find a few used Honda Passports in the US which will be offered from the year 2019. Backed by service, brand equity, and performance of Honda vehicles, buying a used Honda Passport is never a bad deal.

Just a year old Honda Passport which has been driven for less than 15,000 miles can cost you 80%- 75% of its total value. Luckily it will be covered under Honda’s 3 Year limited warranty and a 5-year warranty on the powertrain and will also be applicable for all other Honda warranty policies. Hence buying a year old Honda Passport will not make you ill if it's in good condition.

2021 Honda Passport Engine and Performance

9.0/10

All the Honda Passport trim comes with the same engine unit, the Honda J series 3.5 L V6 that was built by and for the US market. It churns out 280 Hp of horsepower and 262 lb-ft of torque that is enough for everyday hauling across the country roads. The same engine has driven many of Honda’s cars including the Honda Accord.

2021 Honda Passport SUV Engine

The Passport installs a 9-speed shiftable automatic transmission with paddle shifters on all its trims. Front-wheel drive and all-wheel drive comes optionally with the Sport, EX-L, and Touring trim while the Elite trim is just offered with an All wheel drive setup.

Models

2021 Honda Passport (Base)

2020 Ford Edge (Base)

2020 Jeep Grand Cherokee (Base)

2020 Nissan Murano (Base)

MSRP

EST $32,900

$31,110

$32,150

$31,530

Engine

3.5-liter V6

2.0-liter turbo Inline-4

3.6-liter V6

3.5-liter V6

Transmission

9-speed shiftable automatic

8-speed automatic

8-speed shiftable automatic

CVT

Horsepower (hp @ rpm)

280 @ 6000

245 @ 5500

295 @ 6400

260 @ 6000

Torque (lb-ft @ rpm)

262 @ 4700

275 @ 3000

260 @ 4000

240 @ 4400 

The Jeep Grand Cherokee is the strongest contender in terms of power output and has a bigger and more reliable 3.6L V6 engine that technically has more horsepower of 295hp. The Ford Edge is occupied by a 2.0L Turbo Inline 4 cylinder powerhouse and belts 245hp of horsepower but has 275 lb-ft of torque which is more than many other rivals.

2021 Honda Passport Acceleration And Braking Performance

Honda's 3.5-liter V6 engine which produces 280 hp allows the Honda Passport to sprint from 0-60 mph in 6.2 seconds. Honda’s 9-speed shiftable automatic transmission is responsive and efficient at low rpm and high-performing at high rpm. The front-wheel-drive also delivers linear acceleration with the 3.5 L V6 engine while the all-wheel-drive has a more athletic performance. All cars take nearly 180ft to stop from 60mph but it’s the Mazda in the braking department that outruns the Civic.

2021 Honda Passport SUV Brake

The Corolla consumes the most distance while stopping from 60MPH.

Model

2021 Honda Passport (est)

2020 Ford edge

2020 Jeep Grand Cherokee

2020 Nissan Murano

Engine

3.5-liter V6

2.0-liter turbo Inline-4

3.6-liter V6

3.5-liter V6

0-60 MPH (sec)

6.2

7.0

6.7

8.2

Quarter Mile (sec)

14.7

15.3

15.2

16.4

Top Speed (MPH)

N/A

139

N/A

130

Braking 60-0(ft)

126ft

129ft

125ft

120ft

The Honda Passport is fitted with 12.6 and 13.0 inches brakes rotor in front and rear respectively that helps the vehicle stop from 60 to 0 at a distance of less than equal to 126 ft depending on the track conditions. The Nissan Murano has the best braking distance while it gets 12.6 and 12.1 inches brake rotors in the front and rear respectively, it brings the vehicle to a complete halt from 60-0 in just 120ft of distance or less.

2021 Honda Passport Fuel Economy

7.0/10

Honda’s 3.5L V6 engine is a better than average performer in fuel efficiency. Although the Passport is a good family SUV to own any day in today’s context, it could offer better fuel efficiency. The current 2020 Honda Passport MPG figures are also in par with all the rivals it has in its segment still we believe the 2021 year model may come with some tweaks to increase the MPG figures.

Models

2021 Honda Passport (est.)

2020 Ford Edge

2020 Jeep Grand Cherokee

2020 Nissan Murano

MPG (city)

22

22

19

20

MPG (highway)

27

29

26

28

MPG (combined)

24

25

21

23

Fuel tank capacity (gallons)

19.5

18.5

24.6

19.0

Range (city/highway in miles)

390.0/487.5

407.0/536.5

467.4/639.6

380.0/532.0 

In city roads, the 2020 Honda Passport delivers 22 miles per gallon while on the highway it touches 27 miles per gallon. The Ford Edge and the Nissan Murano offer better fuel economy by a couple of miles per gallon Highways and similar in the city.

2021 Honda Passport Interior

9.0/10

While the 2021 Honda Passport still awaits the official launch, reviewing anything before any official announcements about its interior will be unfair. But we are pretty sure that it will combine the same mix of features it offered in the previous year model. Both the 2019 and the 2020 iterations of the Honda Passport comfortably seats 5 passengers in the front and second row. It provides substantial passenger comfort and roominess for all five passengers to stretch out for drives of all lengths. 

2021 Honda Passport SUV Cockpit Area

The earlier models were smartly styled with good features that extend great comfort and luxury while you ride the car. The seats are comfortable and there is an essential amount of back support in both the rows. The EX-L and above trims also get leather seats with heated functionality. While the Passport Elite top trim enjoys ventilated driver and passenger seats in both the rows.

Models

2021 Honda Passport (est)

2020 Ford Edge

2020 Jeep Grand Cherokee

2020 Nissan Murano

Passenger Capacity

5

5

5

5

Front (Head/Shoulder/Leg) (in.)

40.1/62.0/40.9

40.2/60.3/42.6

39.9/58.7/40.3

39.9/59.5/40.5

Second Row(Head/Shoulder/Leg) (in.)

40.1/61.9/39.6

40.3/60.5/40.6

39.2/58.0/38.6

39.8/58.9/38.7

Cargo Capacity (cu-ft)

41.2

39.2

36.3

32.1

The storage spaces are well managed and buttons, switches, and vents are designed in a way that is easy to operate and reach from both the front row seats. In terms of cargo space, the Passport offers 41.2 cubic feet of storage in the back end with all seats in use. While folding down the rear seats makes for an exceptional 77.9 cubic feet of cargo space.

How’s the 2021 Honda Passport’s infotainment system?

There is still no verified official news about the 2021 Honda Passport’s infotainment, but this model is also likely to come with the similar technological conveniences it offered in the last model. However, we are pretty sure that following the trend Honda might offer a larger touchscreen infotainment system and a much-upgraded Bang and Olufsen 10 speaker audio system. 

2021 Honda Passport SUV Infotainment System

The 2021 Honda Passport will come with a rear liftgate, Apple CarPlay, Android Auto, two USB ports, 12-volt charging outlet, AM/FM player, Bluetooth connectivity, wi-fi, keyless entry with push-button and remote start features as standard in all the trims.

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2021 Honda Passport Exterior

8.0/10

Exterior styling refinements to the 2021 Passport lineup are said to include updated headlights with a sporty blackout treatment in all the top two trims. Rest it will copy the 2020 Honda Passport which has nothing much to be revealed. It draws attention for its 20-inch wheels which shape the SUV from both sides and offers it a more distinctive look with more potent and powerful.

The rear and the sides will also copy last year’s model.

Model

2021 Honda Passport (est)

2020 Ford Edge

2020 Jeep Grand Cherokee

2020 Nissan Murano

Curb Weight (lbs.)

3959

3958

4513

3823

Length (in.)

190.5

188.8

189.8

192.8

Width (in.)

78.6

75.9

76.5

75.4

Height (in.)

71.6

68.3

69.3

67.8

Ground Clearance (in.)

7.5

8.0

8.6

6.9

Wheelbase (in.)

111.0

112.2

114.7

111.2

Compared to other segment cars the Honda Passport has a similar bodyweight like the Ford Edge. The Nissan Murano is the lightest and the Jeep Grand Cherokee is the heaviest of the lot with 4513 lbs of body weight.

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2021 Honda Passport Safety

9.0/10

The Honda Passport is a top scorer in the safety segment. It has received 5-star safety certification for overall safety from the National highway traffic safety administration. It offers the best safety features in the segment with Honda’s in the house safety system, the Honda Safety Sensing Suite, or system which is a responsive safety system designed for all Honda vehicles. With all its safety measures, the 2020 Honda Passport also earned a “Top Safety Pick” recognition from IIHS.

2021 Honda Passport Competition

2021 Honda Passport Vs Jeep Grand Cherokee

It is hard to beat the Jeep Grand Cherokee when it comes to reliability and performance. Jeep Grand Cherokee is a well-known name in the compact SUV market and has a powerful base in the 5 seater category which Honda lacks. The Cherokee which is an ultimate off-road beast lacks the interior comfort and features like the Honda Passport but overall it is obviously a better SUV any day for all roads.

Jeep Grand Cherokee

2021 Honda Passport Vs Nissan Murano 

Though both the vehicle shares its engine and fuel economy, the Nissan Murano has long served as the ideal midsize premium SUV. it is a more stylish and more comfortable car in the competition. While the Murano might not be as utilitarian, performing, and rugged as the Passport, it is surely blessed with better brakes and more premium interiors than the Honda. However, the  Honda Passport has more rear-seat room and cargo space.

Nissan Murano

 

2021 Honda Passport Final Verdict

Honda has been consistent in improving its lineup of vehicles and the 2021 Honda Passport might also witness some improvements to its existing silhouette. However, there is no such official news but some tweaks to its existing performance will definitely get applauded. Coming to the existing vehicle, Honda Passport’s sizable engine ensures confident acceleration from a stop. With its comparatively compact size, it handles well across diverse conditions. While it’s not the ultimate off-roading vehicle that the original discontinued 90s iteration of the Honda Passport offered, it still holds up well to uneven terrain with some vibrations and shocks.

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2021 Honda Passport Overall Reviews


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Richard B. Pierson

2020 Honda Passport

EX-L 4dr SUV (3.5L 6cyl 9A)

9

User Overall Rating

Posted On: August 10, 2020

Toller Vibe

Pros - Rearview camera, can haul and tow, encourages to drive safe

Cons - Mpg for sure

Overall Review

9 /10 Overall Rating

An suv that can tow, haul and be a loyal everyday partner in daily commuting or grocery runs. Due to all the features, it encourages one to drive safe

10/10
Features
10/10
Interior
10/10
Design
10/10
Safety
9/10
Reliability
10/10
Deal Value
7/10
Dealer Review

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Devon M. Rude

2020 Honda Passport

Elite 4dr SUV AWD (3.5L 6cyl 9A)

10

User Overall Rating

Posted On: August 10, 2020

Honda Passport 2020

Pros - Looks, power, name

Cons - Weeny sunroof

Overall Review

10 /10 Overall Rating

Three & a half liter engine having 6 cylinders with SOHC, it translates Passport is not carved for daily use (although it nails that too) but for long trips or terrains. Breathtaking SUV from coming with Honda's tag.

10/10
Features
10/10
Interior
10/10
Design
10/10
Safety
10/10
Reliability
10/10
Deal Value
10/10
Dealer Review

ML

Madge T. Lopez

2020 Honda Passport

Sport 4dr SUV (3.5L 6cyl 9A)

9

User Overall Rating

Posted On: August 10, 2020

Super

Pros - Cargo space, fits in the garage nicely, demanding road presence

Cons - Ground clearance, no parking sensors, cargo net

Overall Review

9 /10 Overall Rating

My husband bought this all new 2020 Honda Passport shining in crimson gloss and have I told you life has been easier since then. We both drive it without any issues and it never gets on the nerves when trying to park in the garage where it fits nicely with our car other in. Maybe ground clearance could do better and parking sensors on each ends would have helped even more but no point of complaining now, isn't it?

8/10
Features
9/10
Interior
9/10
Design
9/10
Safety
9/10
Reliability
9/10
Deal Value
9/10
Dealer Review

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Toller Vibe

An suv that can tow, haul and be a loyal everyday partner in daily commuting or grocery runs. Due to all the features, it encourages one to drive safe

by Richard B. Pierson

10

User Overall Rating

Honda Passport 2020

Three & a half liter engine having 6 cylinders with SOHC, it translates Passport is not carved for daily use (although it nails that too) but for long trips or terrains. Breathtaking SUV from coming with Honda's tag.

by Devon M. Rude

9

User Overall Rating

Super

My husband bought this all new 2020 Honda Passport shining in crimson gloss and have I told you life has been easier since then. We both drive it without any issues and it never gets on the nerves when trying to park in the garage where it fits nicely with our car other in. Maybe ground clearance could do better and parking sensors on each ends would have helped even more but no point of complaini...

by Madge T. Lopez

9

User Overall Rating

Just a little work required on optional stuff

Never really thought about taking it off tarmac or should I say never really believed it can make it there without cracking a diffrential or bending that exhaust pipe out of the shape. Bashing sand around with minimal signs of fatigue on out trip to mesa scenic byway made its intentions pretty clear that it likes to have fun.

by James A. Rogers

8

User Overall Rating

Over sensitive sensors

I love the way it drives with ease irrespective of the surface beneath and doesn't allow the noise from outside to reach inside the cabin. Despite having 2WD trim, it still has a dedicated snow mode for better traction on tires. I also like the elevated ride height than other SUV's I test drove.

by Sarah T. Swank

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