2019 Honda Passport vs. 2019 Honda Pilot
Even before the all-new Honda Passport joined the automaker’s crossover SUV lineup at dealerships like Meridian Honda, the manufacturer was responsible for building one of the most diverse lineups of the popular platform in the global automotive industry. It’s important for customers to understand the differences between the 2019 Honda Passport vs. 2019 Honda Pilot as more crossover SUV models are added to the inventory. There are a few similarities and a few differences between the two Honda vehicles that potential buyers will need to understand to make the best decision possible. Both the 2019 versions of the Honda Passport and Honda Pilot are available at Meridian Honda. Customers can schedule a test drive with either Honda crossover SUV today when they make an appointment at Meridian Honda today by calling, 601-693-4651.
Meridian Honda customers will have several trims to consider for both crossover SUV models. The 2019 Honda Passport is available in four trims, Sport, EX-L, Touring and Elite. Shoppers will have six versions of the 2019 Honda Pilot to consider, LX, EX, EX-L, EX-L Navi/RES, Touring and Elite. The most obvious difference between the two Honda crossover SUVs is both vehicles’ physical size. Honda has built the 2019 Passport to be a bit slimmer than its Pilot sibling. Buyers of the 2019 Passport will get two rows of seating that will accommodate up to five passengers. Most trims of the 2019 Pilot offer three rows of seats that can hold eight passengers, except for the Touring model that can offer second-row captain’s chairs which makes seven spots available for riders.
|2019 Passport Sport, 2WD||Vs.||2019 Pilot LX, 2WD|
|3.5-L, V-6||Engine||3.5-L, V-6|
|77.9 cu.-ft.||Cargo Volume||83.9 cu.-ft.|
|Five passengers||Seating Capacity||Eight passengers|
The performance specifications crossover SUVs offer will play a big role in which of the several options they choose to take home. Both the 2019 Honda Passport and 2019 Honda Pilot employ the same powertrain across both vehicles’ entire lineup, and both vehicles are can have all-wheel-drive added as an option to any trim grade. Under the hood of each of the Honda models is a naturally aspirated 3.5-liter, V-6 engine that will make 280 horsepower and 262 pound-feet of torque. All four trims of the 2019 Honda Passport use a nine-speed automatic transmission while the 2019 Pilot has two gear-changers available. The LX, EX, EX-L and EX-L Navi/RES versions use a six-speed automatic transmission. Customers who take the Touring and Elite models home will have a nine-speed automatic.