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2020 Honda Passport vs. 2020 Chevy Blazer

The Honda Passport has entered the automaker’s lineup as one of its most athletic crossover SUV models. Even with everything it has to offer, the latest addition to the Honda roster still faces a lot of competition. A comparison between the 2020 Honda Passport vs. 2020 Chevy Blazer will show buyers the kind of choices they face during the buying process. The 2020 Honda Passport comes with a single powertrain that makes more power than most of the engine options available with the 2020 Blazer. Additionally, the 2020 Passport offers more cargo volume than its Chevy competitor. In fact, independent reviews praised the Passport for its various storage solutions. Honda produces the 2020 Passport in four trim grades, Sport, EX-L, Touring and Elite - all of which are equipped the latest Honda safety technology. Customers can start the pre-ordering process today by calling, 601-693-4651.

On a basic level, the 2020 Passport and 2020 Blazer share a few common traits. Each vehicle offers two rows of seats that can accommodate up to five passengers. Furthermore, both the 2020 Passport and 2020 Blazer have almost identical dimensions for front and rear legroom. In terms of cargo volume, the 2020 Honda Passport demonstrates a clear advantage over the 2020 Chevy Blazer. All four Passport trims have 41.2 cubic-feet when people are using the back seat and each trim offers a little more than 77 cubic-feet, with some small differences among the models. Owners of the 2020 Blazer can make 30.5 cubic-feet available with rear passengers in place with a maximum cargo volume of 64.2 cubic-feet. Every 2020 Passport at Meridian Honda is equipped with a full suite of Honda Sensing® systems. Chevy doesn’t make its full safety suite available on its base models.


2020 Passport Sport, 2WD Vs. 2020 Chevy Blazer
3.5-L, V-6 Base Engine 2.5-L, 4-Cyl.
280/262 Horsepower/Torque 193/188
20/25 Base Fuel Economy 22/27
77.9 cu.-ft. Max. Cargo Volume 64.2 cu.-ft.


Performance Specs and Fuel Economy

Honda employs a single powertrain for all four 2020 Passport models available at Meridian Honda. A naturally aspirated 3.5-liter, V-6 engine will be attached to a nine-speed automatic transmission. All versions will produce 280 horsepower and 262 pound-feet of torque. Passport crossover SUVs with two-wheel-drive will be able to record 20 miles per gallon* in the city and 25 miles per gallon* on the highway. Customers choosing a 2020 Passport with all-wheel-drive can expect 19 mpg* in the city and 24 mpg* on the highway.

Chevrolet offers a trio of engine options. Those buyers can pick between a naturally aspirated or turbocharged four-cylinder engine as well as a V-6 option. Neither of the two four-cylinder engines will make as much power as the engine used by the 2020 Passport. Also, the Chevy engines only record slightly higher fuel economy scores despite the disparity in power output. The Blazer’s available V-6 engine does make a bit more horsepower than the power plant used by the 2020 Passport but that engine’s fuel economy scores are several points lower than what the Honda engine records.

* 20 city/25 highway/22 combined mpg rating for 2WD trims. 19 city/24 highway/21 combined mpg rating for AWD trims. Based on 2020 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.

A photo of the touchscreen interface used in the 2020 Honda Passport.
A photo of the under floor storage in the 2020 Honda Passport.

A photo of the center gauge cluster in the 2020 Honda Passport.
A photo of the rear seats folded in the 2020 Honda Passport.