The reveal of the more adventure-oriented 2019 Honda Passport caught most of us by surprise, as there was little indication Honda would re-release this blast-from-the-past nameplate. But here is it, and Honda has just announced when this shortened version of the Pilot will debut and how much it will cost. Here are all the details.
The 2019 Honda Passport will make its triumphant return to showrooms on Feb. 4, 2019. Its base Passport Sport trim level will start from $31,990, which makes it $550 more than the base Pilot LX. While it may sound odd that a scaled-down version of the Pilot is more expensive than the base version of its source material, there is a reason for that.
Sure, the 2019 Passport will share its powertrain and styling with the Pilot, but it comes standard with tons of upgraded goodies the base Pilot lacks. These include 20-inch wheels, LED fog lights, tri-zone automatic climate control, and more. It also has up to 0.8 inches more ground clearance and a 0.7-inch-wider track.
The 2019 Passport will come in four trim levels Sport, EX-L, Touring, and Elite. Their respective starting prices are $31,990, $36,410, $39,280, and $43,680. The prices of the Sport, EX-L, and Touring trims are for front-wheel-drive models. Adding all-wheel drive costs $1,900. The Elite trim comes standard with all-wheel drive.