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Honda Passport Sales Figures

Honda Passport Sales Data & Trends

The Honda Passport is a mid-size SUV that was introduced in 2019. It is based on the Honda Pilot, but it has a more rugged design and a more off-road capable suspension. The Passport is available in two trim levels: Sport and EX-L. It is powered by a 3.5L V6 engine that produces 280 horsepower and 262 lb-ft of torque. It is mated to a 9-speed automatic transmission.

The Passport is praised for its comfortable ride, its powerful engine, and its off-road capability. It is also praised for its spacious interior and its long list of standard features. However, the Passport has been criticized for its high price tag, its lack of fuel efficiency, and its unrefined ride quality on the highway.

The Honda Passport is a good SUV, but it is not a great SUV. It is a good option for buyers who are looking for a comfortable and capable SUV that can handle light off-roading. However, if you are looking for an SUV with better fuel economy or a more refined ride quality, you may want to consider a different SUV. The Passport was replaced by the Honda Pilot in 2002, but the nameplate was resurrected in 2019 for a model just under the Pilot.

Honda Passport U.S Sales Data & Charts

US Annual Sales

Year Sales Units
1995 27,981
1996 28,184
1997 22,622
1998 26,094
1999 22,974
2000 21,892
2001 17,448
2002 3,524
2003 70
2019 36,285
2020 39,567
2021 53,133
2022 41,306
2023 37,218

US Annual Growth