2021 Honda Passport, Touchscreen Now Standard
The base Sport model now comes with the same 8.0-inch touchscreen infotainment system found in upper trim levels....
The base Sport model now comes with the same 8.0-inch touchscreen infotainment system found in upper trim levels.
- The 2021 Honda Passport adds a newly standard touchscreen for its base Sport model.
- The EX-L, Touring, and Elite trims are unchanged other than a slight pricing uptick.
- The 2021 Passport starts at $33,710 and is on sale now.
The Honda Passport is entering the 2021 model year with an infotainment update for the base model and slightly higher prices across the board.
The base Sport model previously came standard with an outdated 5.0-inch non-touchscreen infotainment system that lacked many modern connectivity features. Now, the Sport has the same 8.0-inch touchscreen system as the higher trim levels, meaning it gains Apple CarPlay and Android Auto functionality. The cost for this upgrade is a $625 price hike over last year, meaning the 2021 Passport Sport now starts at $33,710.
Pricing for the EX-L, Touring, and Elite models is up between $225–$285 and those better-equipped trim levels don't receive any changes for the new model year. Front-wheel drive remains standard on Sport, EX-L, and Touring models, with all-wheel drive a $2000 upgrade. The top Elite model comes standard with all-wheel drive and starts at $45,100. All versions have a 3.5-liter V-6 engine with 280 horsepower.
Honda says 2021 Passports are arriving at dealerships now.