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The Honda Passport

For those of you seeking an SUV that gives you lots of space, plenty of technology features, and a comfortable cabin, you can't go wrong with the Honda Passport. This popular SUV brings lots of options to the table. From safety to comfort and everything in between, you're certain to appreciate all the Passport has to offer.

At , you'll find the Honda Passport and many other vehicles in our extensive inventory. We know how important it is for drivers to have a variety of options to choose from. That's why we always try to provide a large, diverse stock. Take a look at our options online today. You're certain to find a ride or two you love!

To help you get more acquainted with the Honda Passport, we've taken a closer look at a popular model and the Passport's history below. Keep reading to learn more!

2021 Honda Passport Interior

The New 2020 Honda Passport

It shouldn't come as much of a surprise that the 2020 Honda Passport doesn't offer too many new features for the year. After all, it was an all-new model for 2019. Despite this, it doesn't mean you should overlook the 2020 Passport. In fact, the 2020 Passport still brings lots of features for you to love. For instance, the 2020 Passport is offered in four separate trim levels: Sport, EX-L, Touring, and Elite. As far as engine options go, all trims receive a 3.5-liter V6 engine that produces 280 hp and 262 lb-ft of torque. The engine is paired to a nine-speed automatic transmission.

Keeping you comfortable on the road is always important. Some of the comfort features you receive include tri-zone automatic climate control, heated front seats, leather upholstery, power-adjustable seats, and more. Some of the technology options you'll appreciate include a 115-volt power outlet, satellite radio, an 8-inch touchscreen, Android Auto™, a 10-speaker sound system, Bluetooth®*, USB ports, a wireless charging pad, and Apple CarPlay™. You also receive various safety features such as forward collision waring, adaptive cruise control, lane keeping assist, auto-dimming side mirrors, blind-spot monitoring, and many others.

Honda Passport: A Brief History

The Honda Passport was first introduced in 1993 for the 1994 model year. The Passport instantly made headlines due to the fact that it was Honda's first SUV of the 1990s in the United States. When it was first released, it was offered in only three trim levels: DX, LX, and EX. However, this slowly changed over time.

The second generation Passport was released in 1998. It was then that the Passport received a new style. Bad luck fell on the Passport because Honda unfortunately had to recall the vehicle. Making incredible improvements over the years, the Passport was then released in 2019. Once back on the playing field, the Passport once again became a popular option for drivers.

Find the Honda Passport at Bob Lindsay Honda Today!

Stop by to get behind the wheel of the Honda Passport today! In addition to our large inventory, we also provide a wide range of deals and specials you can choose from. The catch? Our special offers are only for a limited time. The prices you see on our site today could easily be gone by tomorrow, so don't miss out on saving big with us. If you see an automobile or a deal you like on our site, feel free to contact us or visit us.

You'll find our dealership at 900 West Pioneer ParkwayPeoriaIL 61615, which means residents of El Paso, Manito, and Canton are just a short drive away. During your visit, our friendly and trusted team members will be more than happy to sit down with you to go over your options, fill you in on our amazing deals, and answer any questions you might have. We'll also show you around and let you take a test drive or two. Get behind the wheel of the Honda Passport today! We look forward to seeing you soon.

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