The upcoming 2019 Honda Passport was teased at the LA Auto Show just last month--and is already set to go into production now.

That's a fast turnaround time.

And while there are already people hard at work creating and assembling these great new Honda SUVS, we'll need to wait until after the holidays to actually get our hands on one. According to multiple sources, the expected 2019 Honda Passport release date is early 2019, probably in the first quarter.

What is the Honda Passport?

The all-new SUV is designed on the same platform as the Ridgeline and Pilot, so it delivers carlike comfort and maneuverability with the power and capability that you'd expect from an SUV. It even offers the same impressive V6 engine.


Who is the Honda Passport Right For?

It seemed like the Honda CR-V, Pilot, and HR-V had the crossover section of Honda's lineup just about locked down, but the new 2019 Honda Passport is an important new addition.

The Passport is larger than the CR-V in every way, but it only comes with two rows of seating. This maximizes both passenger and cargo space, delivering unbeatable versatility for drivers who don't need seating for up to seven.

It's the right solution for small families who've been needing more space for gear, or for anyone who needs a lot of interior space. The 2019 Honda Passport will deliver over 100 cubic feet of interior volume, with 78 cubic feet of just cargo space.

Keep an eye on our blog as we learn more about this incredible new midsize SUV. Or, contact us to pre-order yours.


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