Honda Passport vs Honda CR-V
Honda Passport vs CR-V: Performance & Capability
The Passport and CR-V come with their own engines and transmission types to deliver exciting performance. For example, the Passport comes with a V6 engine paired to a 9-speed automatic transmission. The CR-V, on the other hand, has a standard 4-cylinder paired to a Continuously Variable Transmission.
To learn more about some of the performance metrics from these engines, check out the table below…
As you’ll note, the Passport delivers elevated power when compared to the CR-V. When properly equipped, it offers offer great towing capacity to bring along those heavier items.
The CR-V, however, produces great fuel economy. All of its two-wheel drive trim levels offer an EPA-estimated 28 city/34 highway MPG.1 The two-wheel drive trim level of the Passport achieves a little less at an EPA-estimated 20 city/25 highway MPG.2
The CR-V is also the only one of the two to offer an available hybrid engine. All of the hybrid trims will help you travel up to an EPA-estimated 40 city/35 highway MPG.1 The Passport, on the other hand, does not have a hybrid version.
Honda Passport vs CR-V: Cargo Space
Those charging ports can be used by passengers on everyday drives or a summer trip. Said trips will often require the use of the cargo space, and SUVs are great models to store these items.
The Passport and CR-V both come with a standard 60/40 split-folding rear seat. They also manage to offer spacious cargo volumes whether the seats are folded up or down, but one still manages to edge the other out. View the table below to see these measurements…
As noted from the table, the Passport offers more cargo space than its CR-V counterpart. It also comes with a standard power tailgate to easily lift up the trunk and put your items inside. You’ll have to upgrade with the CR-V if you want a power tailgate.
Both SUVs do, however, offer an available hands-free tailgate. When you place your foot under the rear bumper, it can lift up or softly close. Busy drivers are sure to appreciate this amenity as they head out the door.
1 28 city/34 highway/30 combined mpg rating for 2WD trims. 27 city/32 highway/29 combined mpg rating for AWD trims. 40 city/35 highway/38 combined mpg rating for hybrid trims. Based on 2022 EPA mileage ratings. Use for comparison purposes only. Your mileage will vary depending on how you drive and maintain your vehicle, driving conditions, battery-pack age/condition (hybrid trims) and other factors.
2 20 city/25 highway/20 combined mpg rating for 2WD trims. 19 city/24 highway/21 combined mpg rating for AWD trims. Based on 2022 EPA mileage ratings. Use for comparison purposes only. Your mileage will vary depending on how you drive and maintain your vehicle, driving conditions and other factors.