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Honda makes SUVs with reliable performance and sound dynamics. However, the company’s designs are typically geared toward suburban driving and grocery runs. However, the 2024 Passport changes that, with an off-road personality and sporty looks.

The Passport is a midsize SUV that’s smaller and more expensive than the Pilot. But in return, the former offers style and feature upgrades that justify its price. So, how much can car shoppers expect to pay for a new Honda Passport both at its base level and top-trim with all the bells and whistles? Here’s how much a fully loaded 2024 Honda Passport costs. 

The 2024 Honda Passport EX-L entry-level trim

Even in base trim EX-L configuration, the 2024 Honda Passport is a capable ride. Starting at $41,900, the entry-level model has ample standard features for true SUV versatility.

Outside, the Honda Passport has a robust and upright stance. Boxy styling gives it a rugged look and ample ground clearance shows it’s ready for anything. Its 20-inch alloy wheels also add curb appeal.

Under the hood, the Passport EX-L features a 3.5-liter V6 with 280 hp and 262 lb-ft of torque. A nine-speed auto is smooth and efficient. The i-VTM4 torque-vectoring system brings the reassurance of all-wheel drive, and Intelligent Traction Management has Snow, Sand, and Mud modes for fine-tuned performance.

Inside, the Passport has Honda’s typical blend of high-quality materials and modern design. Leather-trimmed seats offer upscale comfort and support. Tri-zone automatic climate control ensures everyone stays comfortable. A seven-speaker, 215-watt audio system brings crystal clear sound. And a one-touch power moonroof lets the light in on sunny days.

Abundant technology adds connectivity and convenience. An 8.0-inch touchscreen infotainment system includes Apple CarPlay and Android Auto. A wireless phone charger keeps devices topped off on the go. And USB ports in the front, center console, and second row add high-tech convenience.

As with all Hondas, safety is a priority. That includes ample driver’s assistance tech like a road departure mitigation system, blind spot information system with cross-traffic monitor, and adaptive cruise control.

What’s included in the 2024 Honda Passport Black Edition?

The 2024 Honda Passport Black Edition takes style and luxury to the max. From its exterior highlights to high-tech add-ons, the top-of-the-line trim is a class-leading SUV.

Exterior-wise, the Black Edition adds subtle cues for enhanced street presence. Standard Crystal Black Pearl paint (with other shades optional) blends with 20-inch black alloy wheels for a sleek, polished appearance. Black exterior detailing — like the grille, door handles, and window trim — takes the low-key look even further. Rounding out the package are Black Edition badges all around.

Mechanically, the top-trim Passport carries over the base model’s 280 hp V6, nine-speed auto, i-VTM4 torque-vectoring all-wheel drive, and Intelligent Traction Management.

However, it’s the Black Edition’s interior that really sets it apart. Red-accented perforated leather seats add a refined, sporty feel. Red accent lighting creates an upscale ambiance. A heated, leather-wrapped steering wheel makes cold mornings a little easier. And a 10-speaker, 540-watt sound system makes music sound even better.

Additionally, the Honda Satellite-linked Navigation System provides accurate directions no matter the trip. And WiFi hotspot capability ensures everyone stays connected. The top-of-the-line Passport also includes Honda’s comprehensive driver’s assistance tech, as found on the EX-L.

Accessories and add-ons for the 2024 Passport SUV

No matter the trim, the 2024 Honda Passport is an athletic SUV with a rugged spirit. So, personalizing one makes it even better. To that end, Honda offers abundant add-ons, accessories, and packages. Here are some of our favorites.

For durable protection inside and out, we’d pick the All Season Protection Package I ($464). That adds splash guards, a cargo tray, and all-season floor mats

Or, for an off-road vibe, we’d go for the $650 fender flares. Not only do they look cool, but since they’re an OEM accessory, they offer ideal fitment.

Lastly, we’d add the oil pan guard ($300) for enhanced underbody protection on challenging terrain.

The 2024 Honda Passport is a strong, agile midsize sport-utility vehicle. With an adventurous personality and everyday usability, the Passport gives drivers fun and function. While the base-trim EX-L offers plenty, the Black Edition adds bespoke style and detailing. Add in the company’s venerable powertrains, and you’ve got a vehicle you know you can count on. The Passport is sensible yet exciting.