Introducing the 2024 Honda Passport: Introducing the New Black Edition

Honda has recently unveiled the 2024 update for its SUV model, the Passport, in the US market. As predicted by many, the price of the vehicle has been slightly adjusted upwards.


Stepping into the 2024 version, Honda Passport still retains two variants: EX-L and TrailSport, priced at over $900 more than its predecessor, while the Black Edition is priced at over $1,410 more than the Elite version it replaces.

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The specific selling prices of the 2024 Honda Passport include $41,900 (EX-L), $44,500 (TrailSport), and $47,970 (Black Edition). The prices do not include shipping fees.

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Powering the 2024 Honda Passport is the 3.5L V6 engine, producing a maximum power of 280 horsepower and a maximum torque of 355 Nm, combined with a 9-speed automatic transmission. Power is transmitted to all four wheels.

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The main upgrades are focused on the TrailSport and the new Black Edition. Starting with the TrailSport version, this version has a new terrain adjustment suspension system that helps drivers conquer tougher terrains. This version is also equipped with standard General Grabber A/T Sport tires.

In addition, the TrailSport version also receives the exclusive Diffused Sky Blue paint, unique badges, and orange accents from the inside out.

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The Black Edition is the highest premium version. The car is available in exterior colors: Crystal Black Pearl, Sonic Gray Pearl, Platinum White Pearl, and Radiant Red Metallic II, combined with black exterior accents, 20-inch black wheels, and Black Edition badges.

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Inside the cabin, users will be greeted with red stitching accents and luxurious features such as ventilated front seats, premium sound system, and heated rear seats.

With these decorative updates, Honda hopes that people will continue to see the Passport as an attractive choice in the mid-size SUV segment.

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