The 2020 Honda Passport is a relatively new crossover SUV, but you’ll still find it earning some of the industry’s highest accolades. Just a few Honda Passport awards include:
- US News and World Report: Best 2-Row SUV for Families
- Top NHTSA Overall Safety Rating
- Cars.com’s 2019 American-Made Index Top 10
Simply read on to find out what makes it a cut above your average model.
US News and World Report: Best 2-Row SUV for Families
As noted by US News and World Report, “today’s family cars are filled with some mind-blowing tech and safety features that keep everyone happy and safe.” They named the Honda Passport as one of their best.
US News and World Report admired how the available hands-free rear liftgate made for easy cargo area access when your hands are holding a toddler and loved the smartphone app that lets you control the interior remotely. High safety scores were praised, as were available teen driver controls and driver assistance technologies, which come fitted as standard with the Passport.
Looking for something with a few more seats? They also named the Honda Odyssey their Best Minivan for Families.
Top NHTSA Overall Safety Rating
The NHTSA conducts rigorous crash tests for each new vehicle made available for American drivers, and the Honda Passport scored high across Front Crash, Side Crash, and Rollover simulations for a 5-star overall rating.
With Honda’s proprietary Advanced Compatibility Engineering™ (ACE™) body structure, it’s able to control and redirect crash-force energy using a network of front-frame structures to keep you and your passengers safe.
Cars.com’s 2019 American-Made Index Top 10
Plenty of Americans want to buy vehicles that contribute to the U.S. economy, so Cars.com has been running their American-Made Index since 2006 to show which models do the most.
You’ll be happy to know the Honda Passport is assembled right here in Lincoln, Alabama, one of 75 Honda facilities employing American workers. All in all, Honda contributes over $5.6 billion towards U.S. manufacturing.