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Honda Passport

Price $45,570 – $52,170
Fuel consumption 9.8 – 12.5 L/100km
The Car Guide rating 75%(view ratings)
Developed on the same platform as the Pilot and Ridgeline, the Honda Passport is a two-row midsize SUV with rugged looks and a knack for adventure. Off-road capability is commendable. Naturally, the engine is the same 3.5-litre V6 that you will find in the other two siblings. Output is rated at 280 horsepower. For 2022, the Passport gets a refreshed appearance, an updated cabin with more tech and a new TrailSport model.

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Test Drives2020 Honda Passport: The Gentle Adventurer
The all-new Honda Passport is a pretty rare sight on the road. Since it went on sale in Canada last year, we’ve only come across a handful of them on the road. That’s understandable when you consider how much of a niche product the Passport is. It might not look …

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NewsHonda: Faulty Start-Stop System Leads to Complaints, Investigation
While generally acclaimed and known for its dependability, the 3.5-litre V6 engine found in many Honda vehicles is currently under investigation in the U.S. The problem doesn’t come from the engine itself but rather from the auto start-stop system. More specifically, the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) has launched …
NewsThird of Midsize SUVs Fail IIHS’ New Side Crash Test
Following compact SUVs last fall, midsize SUVs were recently submitted to the U.S. Insurance Institute for Highway Safety’s new side crash test, which aims to address higher-speed collisions that continue to cause fatalities on North American roads. While the former failed miserably, how did their bigger counterparts perform? A lot …
NewsThe Car Guide's Best Buys for 2022: Subaru Outback
Every year, The Car Guide unveils a list of Best Buys covering all the different vehicle categories in the industry. When it comes to midsize SUVs, we need to separate two-row models from three-row models. Among the first group, which one gets our Best Buy award for 2022? Answer: the …
News2022 Honda Passport Gains More Rugged Looks, TrailSport Model
Following the lead of the refreshed 2021 Ridgeline pickup, the 2022 Honda Passport midsize SUV is updated and boasts more rugged looks. It starts with a new squared-off nose and upright grille design unique to the Passport , a new hood with a pronounced power bulge, revised bumpers and new …
NewsConfirmed: Honda’s Light Trucks to Offer Rugged TrailSport Models
After filing an application to trademark the name “Trailsport” in the U.S. last year, Honda is now confirming that off-road-oriented models will join the lineup starting this fall. The company said TrailSport marks “the next chapter in its rugged light truck direction,” hinting at more adventurous variants of the Pilot …
RecallsOver 20 Makes Affected by Continental-made Tires That May Explode
Continental Tire has issued a recall covering approximately 100,000 Continental, General and Barum tires in North America due to a manufacturing defect that could cause a blowout. Nearly two dozen vehicle brands are affected including Acura, Audi, BMW, Buick, Cadillac, Chevrolet, Chrysler, Dodge, Ford, Fiat, GMC, Honda, Jeep, Lexus, Lincoln, …

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