The 2024 Honda Passport is making waves in the midsize SUV segment, and it's no wonder why. With improved off-road performance, updated styling, and a more versatile interior, the Passport is ready for adventure. Whether you're tackling muddy trails or hitting the open road, the 2024 Honda Passport has you covered.
Enhanced Passport TrailSport: Rugged and Capable
The 2024 Honda Passport TrailSport takes rugged styling to the next level. It's the most off-road capable Passport ever, thanks to a new off-road tuned suspension and trail-ready all-terrain tires. The revised spring rates, enhanced damper valve tuning, and optimized stabilizer bars provide increased articulation and improved off-road ride quality without sacrificing on-road comfort or handling.
New Black Edition: Style and Comfort
At the top of the Passport lineup is the new Black Edition. This trim level elevates the midsize SUV's style with a more aggressive design both inside and out. It replaces the Elite trim and offers even more premium comfort features. Black-painted 20-inch alloy wheels, blackout treatments for the grille, headlight trim, side trim, door handles, window trim, and fog lights give the Black Edition a distinctive look. Choose from exterior colors like Crystal Black Pearl, Sonic Gray, Platinum White, or Radiant Red.
Updated Interior: Comfort and Versatility
Inside the 2024 Honda Passport, you'll find an improved center console that's wider and more accommodating than before. The large center-console storage bin can now hold a full-size tablet, while an expanded storage tray ahead of the shifter accommodates two large smartphones side by side. The slightly altered cargo area at the rear offers 50.5 cubic feet of luggage space.
Customization with Genuine Honda Accessories
Make your Passport uniquely yours with an expanded line of Genuine Honda Accessories. For those seeking even more rugged capability, underbody protection is available to take your adventures further. Additionally, there's a new HPD+ package designed in collaboration with Honda Performance Development (HPD). This package adds a unique grille treatment, black fender flares, and aggressive 20-inch wheels to enhance the Passport's appearance.
Competition and Pricing
While we await official pricing for the 2024 Honda Passport, we can speculate based on last year's model. The 2023 version started at an MSRP of $41,100, so we expect the 2024 model to begin around $43k. The TrailSport trim will likely cost around $45k, while the new Black Edition could be priced at approximately $48k.
In terms of competition:
- The classy Mazda CX-90 starts at $39,595 for the 2024 model.
- The Kia Telluride ($35,990) and Hyundai Palisade ($36,400) are even cheaper options.
The 2024 Honda Passport may not have a third seating row like some midsize SUVs (Hyundai Santa Fe) but its practicality and sensible approach make it an excellent choice for those seeking adventure without compromising comfort.
So whether you're hitting the trails or cruising down the highway, the 2024 Honda Passport has you covered with its improved capabilities and versatile design. Get ready for your next adventure!
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