Saturday, January 12, 2019

The All-New 2019 Honda Passport Will Be Here Soon

If you’re looking for an SUV that can keep up with your spirit of adventure, get ready to fall in love with the 2019 Honda Passport when it arrives here at Keyes Honda early this year. This all-new SUV has been engineered to take the road less traveled—or no road at all. 

The adventurous attitude of the Honda Passport is visible from every angle. 20-inch black wheels, aggressive wheel arches, capable 245/50R all-weather tires, an elevated ride height, and an imposing matte-black grille exude off-road confidence. The Intelligent Traction Management system backs looks up with brains, allowing for available Snow, Sand, and Mud modes. The Intelligent Variable Torque Management (i-VTM4™) torque-vectoring all-wheel drive system is another optional feature designed to take you off the beaten path.

The Honda engineering team has taken great pains to make sure that the 2019 Honda Passport can deliver on the promise of its rough-and-tumble attitude. They tested the upcoming SUV in the sands of Dubai, muddy country roads of Russia, and snowbound trails in Minnesota, putting each and every feature and facet through its paces. What emerged on the other side is an SUV you can count on.

Inside, there’s plenty of room for weary adventures to stretch out and stow their gear. You’ve got best-in-class passenger space of 115.9 cubic feet and a total interior volume 157.1 cubic feet to make the most of. Best-in-class underfloor cargo storage means that you can store your stuff without cluttering up the cabin.

We can’t wait for this powerhouse SUV to arrive here at our Van Nuys, CA Honda dealership. In the meantime, head in and check out all of the new 2019 Honda SUVs for sale. And to learn more about the 2019 Honda Passport, check out this article by Motor Trend, who rounded up some cool facts about the upcoming Honda SUV.

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