A New SUV Arrives in the Future with the 2019 Honda Passport

 

In Santa Monica and across the nation, drivers are seeking out SUV options more than ever. There is already a quality selection of choices among our utility vehicle options, but with the demand high, Honda is adding another. The all-new 2019 Honda Passport is set to debut this coming year.

The 2019 Honda Passport is a five-passenger SUV that will slot between the Honda CR-V and the Honda Pilot to give drivers another choice. The new 2019 Honda Passport will boast best-in-class interior passenger space, and total interior volume, while also providing a class best in underfloor storage as well. This means you're getting a ride that is plenty spacious, while offering standout comfort for you and your passengers.

Along with the space, the 2019 Honda Passport is a vehicle that caters to those who have active and adventurous lifestyles. There are standard 20-inch wheels, and available all-wheel drive to provide and on and off-road blend that is ideal for cruises through Santa Monica and outside off the beaten path. You'll be able to ride in confidence with a 280-horsepower V6 engine, plus you'll find modern technology that includes available choices like Apple CarPlay™ and Android Auto™.

The 2019 Honda Passport is set to arrive later this year, and here at Honda of Santa Monica, our team would be happy to provide you with additional details and keep you notified of its arrival so you can take a test drive. In the meantime, you can explore many of our other Honda SUVs like the HR-V. Located at the corner of Santa Monica Boulevard and 18th Street, look for the Big Honda H blue sign to find us. Our team has an impressive selection of vehicles to choose from, and will provide you with a standout dealership experience so come by soon!

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