2020 Honda Passport Fuel Economy
The all-new Honda Passport 2020 has just arrived in the market. The toughened up look of this extravagant SUV is certainly appealing. Although sturdy, it has also been styled in such a way that it doesn’t look out of place in the city.
Before we talk about the Honda Passport MPG, let’s dig deeper into what it has to offer.
Built for Adventures
The Honda Passport has been styled ruggedly with more than enough cargo space and compartments, which is perfect to set out on any kind of journey. Being a 5-seater, you can travel with either a large group of friends or family. Moreover, the hands-free power tailgate lets you load an armful of cargo effortlessly.
Drive your Way
The Passport has a 280-hp, 3.5-liter V6 engine that does its job very well in all weather conditions, thanks to the intelligent traction management system. And its all-wheel-drive lets you explore all kinds of terrain. If you wish to opt-out of all-wheel-drive, a front-wheel-drive model is available too.
The Passport is equipped with ample safety features. The Honda sensing suite helps you avoid any unintended collision. A collision mitigation braking system automatically brings the car to a halt if an impact seems unavoidable. Other capabilities such as adaptive cruise control get you to drive on highways smoothly.
Honda Passport MPG
Depending on the model, the Passport offers slightly varying MPGs. The front-wheel-drive model is expected to offer a fuel economy of 20 MPG in the city and 25 MPG on highways. Also, the all-wheel-drive variant brings out slightly lower fuel economies of 19 MPG (city) and 24 MPG (highways).
“Passport to Adventure”
Honda calls this car a passport to adventures, and looking at the great deal of advantages it has to offer, this couldn’t be more true.
So, what are you waiting for? Get your hands on this SUV and take it out on an extraordinary ride.