2020 Honda Passport Consumer Reviews

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Solid vehicle

Chris, 01/26/2020
EX-L 4dr SUV AWD (3.5L 6cyl 9A)
60 of 60 people found this review helpful

Leased this SUV about a month ago. If you don’t want to spend an arm and a leg, get the EX-L with AWD. Great acceleration, ton of room for people and cargo. Leather seats are very good and the sound system is decent. With Apple Car play and Android Auto you won’t miss the navigation which Waze and Maps usually does a better job with anyway. With Car Play I just do a ‘Hey Siri’ and it takes care of everything. Handles well for a big SUV and has a tight turning radius. Handles bumpy roads well. Blind spot and cross traffic alert work well and once you have it you don’t want to be without it. Also comes standard with 20” wheels. Test drove both the Hyundai Palisade and Santa Fe and while they were good, it only took one test drive to know I wanted the Passport. If you don’t need third row seating, but do want a V6, AWD, and a reasonable price tag, this just may be your next SUV.

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Less than yr old with multiple repetitive problems

BemMN, 02/03/2020
EX-L 4dr SUV (3.5L 6cyl 9A)
57 of 69 people found this review helpful

From the time I picked up my new Passport, it has had repetitive problems ranging from constant vehicle instability warnings, a driver’s side window that gets stuck open (in Minnesota in the winter), defective front windshield (internally chipped under the mirror encasement) that spidered throughout, auto-start that does not reliably work, a defective seatbelt that damaged the footwell, a defective infotainment center (see class action lawsuit against Honda). The undercarriage began to rust just months after purchase (I have just over 6000 miles on it and rust continues to progress). When one attempts to shift from park or reverse into drive, it often takes two or three presses of the drive button before the car will move forward. We have been a honda family for almost three decades but this will be our last. DO NOT buy this car!

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Nicest SUV I have ever driven

Mike, 02/05/2020
EX-L 4dr SUV AWD (3.5L 6cyl 9A)
28 of 34 people found this review helpful

I traded in my 2016 4Runner that was a very nice SUV for the 2020 Passport. The 4Runner though has gotten a bit stale and fallen behind other mid-size SUV's in technology and available options for the money. It has the best ride of the other models I tested including the Ford Explorer, and have more options. If your looking at a mid-size SUV, I'd give this one a shot.

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Super except 1 big thing

Jimmy Jam, 06/01/2020
Touring 4dr SUV (3.5L 6cyl 9A)
9 of 12 people found this review helpful

This is an amazing vehicle. Super luxurious, any trim mostly above sport. Best value was said to be EX-L but the Touring has similar look and feel as top Elite trim. Unless you need all wheel drive this is just extra cooled seats, auto dimming rear side mirrors, 1” higher ground clearance than non AWD, granted the awesome Black 20” rims are only available on Elite but the graphite on Touring are good enough without risks to getting scratches as much. And roof rack-cross beans are standard on elite along with towing hitch and rain sensor wipers. So if those are what you need then get the Elite for extra 4K. if not Touring is the a great way to have everything else great about this model. It’s sporty comfortable and I dig the push transmission. The 1 Big Thing that is unacceptable is there is no adaptive cruise control with low-speed follow. It’s frustrating that this isn’t a feature on any v6 model and dealers don’t know this info. Or care to pass it on to potential car buyers. This along with the other safety Honda Sensing features are literally half of what they are in a civic or a Accord or CRV for that matter. Yet this is the most expensive vehicle in the Honda line-up. Honda if you’re listening, explain to owners why you’d drop ACC and the let you cruise right into a vehicle if your vehicle is in Bumper to bumper traffic that drops below 20 mph. Plus also it will not steer itself back from Lang keep assist like it does in other Honda models as mentioned before. Please do an over the air update to get these features in place, or and give a reason took potential owners or current owners why this feature is not in the cars. bumper to bumper traffic that drops below 20 mph. Plus also it will not steer itself back from LKA lane keep assist like it does in other Honda models as mentioned before. Please do an over the air update to get these features in place, and/or give a reason took potential owners or current owners why this feature is not in the v6 models. All that said it’s just the Honda Sensing that keeps my 4 star from being 5. Granted I’ve had my beautiful white Touring for just a week but I’m still getting to know it. But I do know it doesn’t have these features mentioned and Honda should tell owners when they will be installed. It’s dangerous to just be let free of ACC when the car is below 20mph then boom! Your beautiful Passport has new dings. I mean This hasn’t happened to me yet but I know there are people out there this has happened to. One more thing Insurance is more expensive on this than the pilot by a long shot.

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New Passport Elite

Manhattan Mike, 02/17/2020
Elite 4dr SUV AWD (3.5L 6cyl 9A)
21 of 31 people found this review helpful

Size is perfect for 5 seat suv. Handles beautifully. Love the elite features. Still learning how to operate them all. Overall very happy

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