2019 Honda Passport Camping Options

March 22nd, 2019 by

2019 Honda Passport AWD Exterior Rear Angle Passenger Side Winter

Camping as a lifestyle is a large part of what it means to be a Montanan. We need an SUV that offers plenty of passenger and cargo space, is rugged and powerful, and can still earn good fuel economy. Fortunately, the all-new 2019 Honda Passport fits the bill. Larger than the versatile CR-V but smaller than the Pilot, the Passport was built for adventure with available all-wheel drive, an impressive towing capacity, a “spacious interior with lots of passenger space,” and “enhance off-road ability,” according to Edmunds.com.

Available AWD

Every model of the Passport comes with available all-wheel drive, so even drivers who are interested in the entry-level model can still opt for the control and capability that an all-wheel drive configuration lends.

2019 Honda Passport AWD Interior Seating Overview

Passenger and Cargo Space

The Passport has a seating capacity for 5 passengers. With several different seating configurations, drivers can rearrange the interior to make more room for larger amounts of cargo, or any awkwardly-shaped item, without sacrificing all of the passenger space. The rear seat is a one-touch fold down seat at a 60/40 split to offer more versatility at a simple touch of a button.

  • Cargo Volume (Behind 2nd Row) – 41.2 cubic feet (2WD) / 50.5 cubic feet (AWD)
  • Cargo Volume (Behind 1st Row) – 77.9 cubic feet (2WD) / 100.7 cubic feet (AWD)

Horsepower

The Passport is powered by a V6 engine that produces up to 280 horsepower and 262 lb-ft of torque. It delivers an athletic and rugged performance with quick acceleration, which makes trickier driving situations, from merging to passing, much easier. For the times you are towing a load, or ascending a mountain, the Passport’s impressive horsepower makes it poised for adventure.

MPG

The Passport achieves an impressive fuel economy, which is a better choice for the environment and allows drivers to drive for longer distances with less frequent visits to the pump. The fuel efficiency estimates vary slightly depending on whether front-wheel drive or all-wheel drive is right for you.

  • 2019 Honda Passport 2WD – 20 city / 25 highway / 22 combined mpg*
  • 2019 Honda Passport AWD – 19 city / 24 highway / 22 combined mpg*

Towing Capacity

For drivers who need to transport lightweight trailers, teardrop campers, and the like, the Honda Passport 2WD can tow up to 3,500 lbs. Attempting to tow a load that exceeds your vehicle’s capability is dangerous and can be detrimental to the mechanics of your vehicle, so drivers who need to tow larger loads, boats, and more, consider the all-wheel drive configuration which can tow up to 5,000 lbs.

  • 2WD – 3,500 lbs.
  • AWD – 5,000 lbs.

Accessories

No matter which trim level is right for you, every model comes with a number of available accessories including a trailer hitch, roof rails, cargo attachments, and more.

  • Tent
  • Trailer Hitch
  • Roof Rails and Crossbars
  • Bike Attachment – Fork and Frame Mount
  • Kayak Attachment
  • Surf/Paddleboard Attachment
  • Roof Basket
  • Roof Box – Midsize and Short
  • Crossbars
  • Fender Flares
  • Splash Guard Set
  • Running Boards

Test Drive Today

Find out more information on the 2019 Honda Passport by contacting us or visiting your nearest Montana Honda Dealer. Explore current offers and experience the Passport firsthand when you sit behind the wheel with a test drive today.

 

*Based on 2019 EPA mileage ratings. Use for comparison purposes only. Your mileage will vary depending on how you drive and maintain your vehicle, driving conditions and other factors.