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The 2024 Honda Passport: The Modern Choice for Parents

A silver 2024 Honda Passport TrailSport is shown kicking up dust.

Choosing the right SUV for all of your family-related activities means emphasizing practicality and keeping a keen eye on safety and reliability. For this reason, many have chosen the 2024 Honda Passport as their ideal method of family transport. Many parents in the market for an SUV are concerned with safety, sustainability, and ways of keeping their young passengers comfortable and entertained. The midsize 2024 Honda Passport offers these benefits and many more.

Family-Friendly Performance

The Honda Passport offers performance that’s the ideal compromise between agile and adventure-ready. Every version of the 2024 Honda Pilot has a standard 3.5L V6 engine that pairs with a nine-speed automatic transmission. Honda's advanced iVTM4 all-wheel drive system is the sole drivetrain and is not only great for the family who loves off-road adventures––which is also assisted by the vehicle's over eight inches of ground clearance––but essential for those who need to battle the elements to ensure that the kids get to school when bad weather hits. Like all Honda models, the Passport also has agile handling, making it great for getting around town or battling traffic on the highway.

Advantages of the Interior

We started our family-oriented look at the 2024 Passport with details about performance, but we understand that this might not be a priority that all parents look for. Families tend to be mindful of storage, comfortable seating, and modern amenities to stay informed and entertain younger passengers.

In our modern world, where there’s literally an app for everything, staying connected during our travels is imperative. Like many other SUVs on the road today, an infotainment screen anchors the interior of the Honda Passport and serves as the gateway to a host of tech-savvy items. All trim levels, of which there are three, are equipped with an eight-inch infotainment touchscreen that includes Apple CarPlay and Android Auto.

There is even a standard wireless charging pad, so you don't have to plug in your smart devices to recharge. Access to various apps is essential for any family, especially for children who need a distraction during long commutes. Two stereo systems are offered for the 2024 Honda Pilot––the first of which is a seven-speaker setup, but for the family who enjoys music and podcasts, a ten-speaker system can be added.

Aside from the tech-savvy advantages that the Passport offers, plenty of bonuses can be found on the base trim that make for an enriching and comfortable experience that any driver would love to take advantage of. Standard heated leather seats and tri-zone climate control make the Passport an extremely well-equipped option even in its base trim.

Plenty of practicality comes with the Passport, such as a power liftgate and enough storage space for any occasion. With both rows of seating occupied, there’s still 50.5 cu.ft. of room for cargo, almost three times the average trunk size of a four-door sedan and more than some of the other SUVs in its class. However, if you’re looking to pack as much in as possible, 100.7 cu.ft. of cargo space becomes available with the rear seats folded down.

Gear is shown in the trunk of a silver 2024 Honda Passport.

Safety for the Road Ahead

Of all the items that parents are concerned with when purchasing a vehicle, there’s no denying that safety almost always takes precedence. The 2024 Honda Passport is packed with a host of safety features meant to add a layer of additional protection during your travels. It’s important to mention that the Passport was awarded the highly-coveted five-star overall safety rating from the NHTSA in collision testing, which certainly illustrates the standard of quality that Honda holds itself to.[a]

The 2024 Honda Passport is equipped with standard Honda Sensing, a comprehensive suite of safety features designed to assist the driver in avoiding common types of accidents. Let's break down some of the features to help you understand what they are and how they can protect you and your family whenever you’re on the road.

Forward Collision Warning and Collision Mitigation Braking System

Reaction time is one of a driver's most essential skills. When a potential collision is detected in front of you, this technology supplies an audible warning and can apply brake pressure to help you avoid a front-end accident.

Lane Departure Warning and Road Departure Mitigation System

Most of us are conscientious drivers who understand the importance of staying in our lane. However, distractions can occur. If you start drifting out of your lane without signaling, there will be an alert, and corrective steering and braking will help you return to a proper position.

Adaptive Cruise Control

One of the most sought-after driving assistance features, Adaptive Cruise Control is essential for making long drives more relaxing. Best utilized in highway driving, this technology monitors traffic ahead of you and keeps you a safe and manageable distance from the other vehicles.

Lane Keeping Assist System

Not to be confused with the Road Departure Mitigation System, this technology can be engaged when Adaptive Cruise Control is active, providing corrective steering that helps you stay centered in your lane so you can focus on what’s in front and behind you.

The 2024 Honda Passport vs the Competition

The SUV marketplace is among the most competitive in the entire industry. As such, it takes a considerable effort to stand out from the competition and offer advantages that others cannot. The 2024 Honda Passport has some features that will be beneficial for families that are either missing or restricted to the pricier trims of alternatives from other brands.

For example, the 2024 Hyundai Santa Fe doesn’t come standard with leather-trimmed seating or dual-zone climate control. Despite its reputation as a notable off-roading machine, the 2024 Toyota 4Runner has a less powerful engine and significantly worse fuel economy, making it a poor choice for many families. And while it comes standard with all-wheel drive, the 2024 Ford Edge isn't available with the all-terrain tires that the Passport offers, which are essential for unpredictable road conditions.

For families who enjoy spending their time in the great outdoors or camping, there exists a need for towing ability. The Passport’s tow rating of 5,000 lbs is perfect for hauling ATVs and other items for fun in the sun. This towing capacity exceeds that of competing models like Ford Edge, Hyundai Santa Fe, and Subaru Outback, which max out at 3,500 lbs of towing capacity.

These slight differences certainly make a considerable difference in choosing the right SUV. Having the right performance, tires, and towing capability are all items that make a substantial difference for many adventurous families. Plus, having more standard luxury features means that you don't have to hunt down a rare trim and pay more to ride in comfort.

A person is shown loading a bag into a red 2024 Honda Passport.

The 2024 Passport Is Waiting for You

Whether you’re raising a family or getting ready to start one, having a reliable form of transportation that provides a wealth of safety and comfort is undoubtedly essential. The 2024 Honda Passport delivers what parents are looking for and can facilitate adventures for the modern family. Parents looking for a reliable means of transportation to get them around will be more than pleased to take advantage of everything the 2024 Honda Passport offers.

If you want to take that all-important test drive, look no further than the team here at Klein Honda. We have the 2024 Honda Passport waiting for you on our lot, along with many other new and used Honda models that are all held to the highest quality standards. We also offer financing and routine maintenance to ensure you get on the road and continue to thrive.


[a] The 2024 Honda Passport was awarded a five-star overall safety rating by the NHTSA. For more information, visit the NHTSA at nhtsa.gov. The NHTSA is a part of the United States Department of Transportation.