All-new 2020 Honda Passport will be released on the market very soon. Production of this unibody Honda SUV will be based on the same architecture which was already used on Honda Ridgeline and Honda Pilot. Considering its design and size, new Honda Passport is actually a baby Honda Pilot. Yes, it is smaller and it has only five seats, but it is still very interesting SUV. All Passport versions will be equipped with large 20-inch wheels. Standard model will get 245/50R tires, while Touring and Elite trims will run on 265/45R tires. It is interesting to mention that ground clearance is higher on the future 2020 Passport than on Honda Pilot. Front-wheel drive model is 0.5-inches higher, while all-wheel drive version is even higher, 1.1-inches. Speaking of 2020 Honda Passport design, it comes with black wheels, black front grille and blackened LED headlights. Honda Passport for 202 will be offered with three driving modes: Snow, Sand and Mud. Towing capacity for this model is set at 5,000 pounds.
2020 Honda Passport engine and fuel economy specs
2020 Honda Passport engine will be 3.5-liter V6 i-VTEC petrol unit with ability to generate 280 horsepower and 262 lb-ft of torque. This amazing Honda V6 engine will come mated to a ZF 9-speed automatic gearbox. Front-wheel drive is standard choice. However, all-wheel drive with i-VTM4 (Intelligent Variable Torque Management). Also, Intelligent Traction Management will be installed on new Passport. Fuel economy specs are still unavailable, but we will now more after some serious road testing.
2020 Honda Passport release date and price review
2020 Honda Passport release date is expected sometime during this year, or maybe even at the beginning of 2020. Main rivals on the market will be more famous SUV such as Ford Edge, Hyundai Santa Fe and Grand Cherokee. There is still no exact information about 2020 Honda Passport price range. We expect it to be priced under $30,000.