2022 Honda Passport

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Your adventurous life deserves a vehicle that keeps up. Enter the newly redesigned 2022 Passport from Honda. Finally, there’s a two-row midsize SUV with the passenger and cargo volume you want paired with a powerful engine and drivetrain to tackle your every excursion. In addition, Honda’s redesign adds more rugged styling to the Passport and even includes a new TrailSport trim level specifically designed for off-road.

If you’re looking for a vehicle equally capable of tackling the Mark Twain National Forest trails and the Marion to St. Louis commute, the 2022 Honda Passport does both with aplomb. If you’re ready to elevate your ride, view our inventory of new Honda Passport vehicles and schedule your test drive today.

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Trim Options

Shopping for the new Honda Passport, you can choose one of three trim levels. Each trim has its own array of options and appeal. In addition, we have some great Honda offers to make your dream vehicle a reality.


Moving to the EX-L trim, you see significant upgrades, particularly inside. The EX-L features premium leather upholstery, a sunroof, and a large touchscreen that syncs your cellphones through Apple CarPlay or Android Auto capability. The Passport EX-L trim starts at an MSRP of $37,870.1


If you’re looking for an even more rugged style, TrailSport’s unique front fascia, upgraded 18-inch wheels wrapped in all-terrain tires, and the torque-vectoring all-wheel-drive system delivers. The TrailSport’s MSRP lands at $42,4701.1


Driver’s looking for all the bells and whistles will love the Elite trim. The Elit trim starts at an MSRP of $45,4301 and comes with added features like 20-inch wheels, a hands-free power liftgate, and gloss black exterior trim. AWD comes standard on the Elite trim as well.

1 MSRP excluding tax, license, registration, $1,225 destination charge, and accessories. Dealer prices may vary. MSRP does not include a $395 charge for premium colors.

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2022 Honda Passport Exterior Design

The newly redesigned Passport now features a more rugged exterior than previous generations. New front and rear fascias incorporate boxier proportions, rugged bumpers, and a larger chain link grille. Also new, the Passport has a wider wheelbase for a more athletic posture and improved stability. In addition, the TrailSport trim goes further off-road with signature touches such as 18-inch wheels wrapped in trim-exclusive tires.

The Honda Performance Development package (HPD) adds signature exterior style. HPD adds a unique grille design, package-exclusive wheels, black fender flares, and HPD graphics.
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Interior Features

The Passport takes many of its interior design cues from the Honda Ridgeline. You’ll find plenty of modern styling in leather upholstery and far fewer control buttons and knobs, replaced by touchscreen capability. Ergonomic front bucket seats cradle you in comfort, and the spacious rear seat offers seating for three people.

Behind the second row, you have 41 cubic feet of storage. Folding the second-row seat opens up a total of 78 cubic feet. In addition to the cavernous center console, thoughtfully placed storage bins throughout the cabin offer plenty of space to store gear.

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Power and Performance

Every Passport uses the same 3.5-liter V-6 engine paired with a nine-speed automatic transmission. This powertrain has a proven track record for reliable performance. It can put out 280 horsepower and 262 pound-feet of torque and can tow up to 5,000 pounds when properly equipped.

The lower trims come standard with a capable front-wheel-drive platform, yet you can upgrade to all-wheel drive. Front-wheel-drive models have 7.5 inches of ground clearance, while the AWD trims provide 8.1 inches. You won’t mistake this midsize SUV for an economy car, but Honda’s V-6 engine delivers exceptional efficiency for its class. The front-wheel-drive Passport gets 20 mpg city and 25 mpg highway rating. The AWD versions dip only slightly to 19 mpg city and 24 mpg highway 2.

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2 20 city/25 highway/22 combined mpg rating for 2WD EX-L. 19 city/24 highway/21 combined mpg rating for AWD trims. Based on 2022 EPA mileage ratings. Use for comparison purposes only. Your mileage will vary depending on how you drive and maintain your vehicle, drive conditions and other factors.

2022 Honda Passport Technology

Every Passport features an 8-inch touchscreen that powers your in-vehicle technology. Apple CarPlay, Android Auto, and Bluetooth capability enable hands-free operations. Now you can make calls, access navigation, stream playlists, and more with intuitive voice commands. In addition, touring and Elite trims feature wireless charging and a 4G LTE Wi-Fi hotspot to go with multiple USB inputs.

If you’re ready to take on all of life’s adventures in a 2022 Honda Passport, we’d love to help you choose the model that suits you best. So we invite you to browse our inventory online or stop by for a personalized demonstration. One of our friendly, knowledgeable salespeople will show you the different Passport models, review their capabilities, and let you take your favorite for a test drive.

Once you’ve found the Passport of your dreams, our finance department can offer you great rates on a new loan or Honda Passport lease. The 2022 Honda Passport offers available are designed to make ownership easy. We’ve streamlined the purchase process, too, with our online pre-approval application. In minutes, you’ll know your loan amount, interest rate, and monthly payment, enabling you to shop with confidence.

Safety Features

Every Honda Passport comes equipped with Honda Sensing, a suite of driver-assist systems designed to improve safety on the roads. The suite includes Collision Mitigation Braking System (CMBS), which uses radar and optical sensors to scan the road ahead. When the CMBS detects an obstacle, its visual and audio cues alert you. If you fail to react in time, the system engages emergency brake support to help you avoid an accident.

A Lane Keeping Assist System (LKAS) tracks your Passport when traveling within marked lanes. If the LKAS detects an unintentional drift, it alerts you and can provide gentle steering correction to help keep you centered in your lane. In addition, the LKAS works with the Road Departure Mitigation System (RDM) to help keep your Passport from leaving the road.

Honda’s Adaptive Cruise Control system (ACC) uses similar technology to keep your Passport at a preset speed and distance while using your cruise control. Then, as traffic speeds up and slows down, the ACC automatically adjusts your Passport’s speed and distance, helping reduce driver fatigue and improve safety.

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