2020 Honda Passport Towing

March 21st, 2020 by

2020 Honda Passport Cargo space

When properly equipped, the 2WD 2020 Honda Passport towing capacity is 3,500 pounds. If you opt for the Intelligent Variable Torque Management™ AWD System, the Honda Passport towing capacity jumps to 5,000 pounds. If you’re planning to haul a travel trailer or boat on your next vacation in the New London area, the Passport is the SUV for you. Learn more about the Honda Passport engines and its towing, cargo, and payload capacities from the experts at Westbrook Honda, and then contact us to schedule a test drive today!


Honda Passport Engine & Towing Features

What are the available Honda Passport engines? Well, there’s actually only one engine offered on all Passport trim levels; a direct-injection 3.5L V6 that delivers 280 hp with 262 lb-ft of torque. The Honda Passport engine is paired with a smooth and responsive 9-speed automatic transmission with Shift-by-Wire and paddle shifters.

The Passport also has several standard and available features that will make your towing experience all the more enjoyable and safe:

  • Intelligent Variable Torque Management™ AWD System: This available all-wheel drive system helps to boost the Passport towing capacity, while also providing enhanced traction and control in all kinds of weather and road conditions.
  • Intelligent Traction Management: Offers three modes that can help to maintain traction: Snow Mode (2WD and AWD), Mud Mode (2WD and AWD), and Sand Mode (AWD only).
  • Hill Start Assist: When driving or parked on a hill or steep incline, Hill Start Assist automatically applies the brakes as you move your foot from the brake pedal to the gas pedal to avoid rollback.

Honda Passport Payload Capacity & Cargo Space

This SUV’s utility is enhanced further by the Honda Passport payload and cargo capacity. Middletown drivers won’t have to worry about leaving anything behind on their next road trip when they choose this rugged and versatile SUV:

Honda Passport Payload Capacity

  • 1,349 pounds

Honda Passport Cargo Space

  • Behind 2nd row: 41.2 cubic feet/50.6 cubic feet
  • Behind 1st row: 77.9 cubic feet/100.7 cubic feet

The Passport interior also features underfloor storage compartments in the cargo area to give you even more options for stowing and organizing any additional gear and equipment you need to bring with you.

Experience New Honda Passport Today at Westbrook Honda!

Learn more about the Honda Passport mpg ratings, and then visit Westbrook Honda to experience all that this midsize SUV has to offer. We have a wide variety of new vehicle specials, along with offers and incentives that can help you save on your new Passport. Plus, you can apply for financing to get pre-approved for a low-interest loan before you make the trip to our Honda showroom. We look forward to putting you behind the wheel of an exciting new Honda Passport today!

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