Crossover Review: Honda Passport vs. Honda CR-V

2019 Honda passport
2019 Honda Cr-V

Crossover Review: Honda Passport vs. Honda CR-V

For years, Honda has been synonymous with trust. The Japanese car manufacturing giant is credited for designing some of the most loved and fun to drive family cars. Honda is known for revolutionizing the crossover segment. Over the years, the Japanese car manufacturer has introduced several fuel-efficient yet performance-oriented value-for-money crossovers.

Two of the most recognizable crossovers in Honda’s lineup include the Passport and CR-V. Confused about which of these two Honda crossovers in Goldsboro you should buy? To help you make an informed decision, we in this post, compare these two cars across different parameters.

1. Safety features
Both the Passport and CR-V come loaded with driver-assist technologies and safety features. Every Passport and CR-V includes Honda Sensing - a suite of advanced technologies including Road Departure Mitigation System, Lane Keeping Assist System, and Adaptive Cruise Control.

While RDM helps you avoid drifting away from the roadway, Lane Keeping Assist System is designed to help you stay in your lane. Adaptive Cruise Control maintains a safe distance between your Passport and the vehicle in front.

2. Connectivity features
The Passport includes a range of connectivity features and allows you to sync your smartphone with its system. The Passport also comes with a wireless charger. The car includes Honda’s Satellite-Linked Navigation System that uses a preloaded map database and satellite connectivity for navigation. The system is designed to work even in remote areas.

The CR-V comes with AndroidAuto Integration and Apple CarPlay Integration. Once you have integrated your Apple/Android device with the car’s system, you can go hands-free while using different features of your smartphone. To stream music and receive notifications (on your mobile), connect your mobile to the available HondaLink.

3. Interior
The Passport features a stylish yet practical interior. The car comes with a one-touch power moonroof, while heated front and outboard rear seats are designed to ensure maximum comfort. In addition, tri-zone climate control helps you and your passengers create custom environments inside the car. The CR-V features a leather-trimmed interior. Power Adjustable Seating with memory helps you avoid the hassle of adjusting your seat every time, and a clutter-free drive information interface curates information from different systems.

Source: Honda