New 2021 Passport models at Serra Honda O’Fallon are full of state-of-the-art tech designed to enhance your drive, as well as provide added peace of mind. Tap into your smartphone with Apple CarPlay® or Android Auto™ integration, and easily find your way with Passport’s available navigation system. Connected Audio allows 2021 Honda Passport owners to connect with their compatible smartphones in order to make and receive phone calls, listen to music and much more. The new 2021 Passport works hard to ensure that every Illinois drive can be more enjoyable for both driver and passengers alike.
Honda Passport provides innovations that offer added entertainment and confidence. Available technology features include:
Wireless phone charger
Honda Navigation system
Whether off-road exploring or hauling a load, Passport provides plenty of power. Available performance features include:
3.5-liter V6 engine
Traction Management system
Your passengers will appreciate the spacious seating inside the new 2021 Honda Passport SUV. Available interior features include:
Tri-Zone Climate Control
One-Touch Power Moonroof
Frequently Asked Questions the Honda Passport
What kind of interior features does the Honda Passport have?
If you want a comfortable, spacious cabin for you and your passengers to enjoy, look no further than the Honda Passport. The 2021 Passport boasts plenty of available convenience features in its interior, including a heated steering wheel, heated front and outboard rear seats, a wireless phone charger, an 8.0-inch touchscreen infotainment system, and a one-touch power moonroof. In addition, the Passport has over 50 cubic feet of cargo volume behind the rear seats, and over 100 cubic feet of space when folded down. All of these features make the Passport a great choice for your next adventure.
What is the difference between the Passport and the Pilot?
While the Passport and the Pilot are both popular midsize SUVs, there are some differences that set these two Honda models apart. The main difference you will see between these two models is size. The Pilot is made to fit large families and seats up to 7 or 8 families. On the other hand, the Passport is an SUV designed for smaller families or solo adventures and seats up to 5. Features that are standard on the Passport but only available on certain trims of the Pilot include Apple CarPlay® and Android Auto™ smartphone integration, a standard 8-inch display, remote start system, and LED fog lights. Regardless of which one of these Honda SUVs you choose, you will find joy in every trip around O’Fallon!
What are the safety features that the Honda Passport offers?
Earning a five-star crash test rating from the NHTSA and being named an IIHS Top Safety Pick, the Passport is an SUV that you can rely on for you and your family’s safety. The Honda Sensing® suite of safety features comes standard on all trims of the Passport to ensure the safest ride for you and other drivers on the road. Passport’s standard safety features include Road Departure, Mitigation Braking System, Forward Collision Warning, Lane Keeping Assist System, and more!
Is the Honda Passport good for families?
If you’re looking for a spacious, safe vehicle for your family, look no further than the Honda Passport! The Passport can hold up to 5 people and has loads of space for your belongings and for your own comfortability. Its 8-inch touchscreen infotainment system, WiFi hotspot, and wireless charging will provide you with all of your entertainment needs while traveling both near and far. There are also a number of safety features that ensure the safety of you and your passengers on your future adventures.
*Starting MSRP. MSRP excluding tax, license, registration, $1120 destination charge and accessories. Dealer prices may vary. MSRP does not include $395 charge for select premium colors. $395 charge only applies to 2021 models.