Honda Passport vs. Competitors for Sale in North Attleboro, MA

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The two-row crossover segment has a strong hold on the auto industry – but then, it’s no surprise that seemingly everyone wants a vehicle offering good looks, versatility, performance, and modern technology. One of the leaders in the pack is the 2020 Honda Passport, which rises to the occasion as both a rugged trailblazer and a comfortable daily commuter. Competing with it are some other noteworthy midsized utility vehicles, such as the Toyota 4Runner, Chevrolet Blazer, Hyundai Santa Fe, Ford Edge, Subaru Outback, Jeep Grand Cherokee, and Nissan Murano. The 2020 Honda Passport has some noteworthy advantages to separate itself from the pack, though, as you’ll see below.

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Power and Performance

The 2020 Honda Passport is one of the most powerful vehicles compared here. With its 3.5-liter 280 horsepower V6, it beats out the 4Runner’s 270 hp, the Blazer’s 193 hp, the Santa Fe’s 185 hp, the Edge’s 250 hp, the Outback’s 182 hp, and the Murano’s 260 hp. The only model that outdoes the 2020 Honda Passport with regard to base engine output is the Grand Cherokee, but it’s more expensive and isn’t as stellar in other areas where the 2020 Honda Passport shines. Plus, if your adventures call for towing, the 2020 Honda Passport can pull more – up to 5,000 pounds with its available all-wheel drivetrain. The Blazer can only tow up to 4,500 lb., the Edge, Santa Fe, and Outback just 3,500 lb., and the Murano a mere 1,500 lb.

Safety Features

The 2020 Honda Passport is stocked with plenty of standard driver-assist features through the Honda Sensing technology suite. This acclaimed package includes adaptive cruise control, automatic emergency braking, lane departure warning, and lane keeping assist. The Blazer, Edge, and Grand Cherokee don’t offer these with their base trims, and the base Santa Fe lacks adaptive cruise control and automatic emergency braking. The base Murano also goes without adaptive cruise control and lane intervention tech.

Spaciousness and Features

On top of its performance capabilities, the 2020 Honda Passport excels in the roominess department, which is a major selling point for this class of vehicle. If you need to carry a sizable amount of cargo, you’ll be happy to know that the 2020 Honda Passport provides 100.7 cubic feet of maximum cargo space (meaning with the second row folded flat). In contrast, the 4Runner (89.7 cu. ft.), Blazer (64.2 cu. ft.), Santa Fe (71.3 cu. ft.), Edge (73.4 cu. ft.), Outback (75.7 cu. ft.), Grand Cherokee (68.3 cu. ft.), and Murano (67 cu. ft.) are each less accommodating in comparison.

Not only that, but occupants will likely be more comfortable in the 2020 Honda Passport given that its passenger volume measures out to 115.9 cu. ft. Those other models fail to compete with the 2020 Honda Passport in this regard since the Blazer only yields 107.8 cu. ft., the Santa Fe 110.7 cu. ft., the Edge 113.9 cu. ft., the Outback 109 cu. ft., the Grand Cherokee 105 cu. ft., and the Murano 108.1 cu. ft.