DARE TO COMPARE
Honda Passport vs. Toyota Highlander
Honda Passport
Toyota Highlander
At a Glance: Passport vs. Highlander

The trees whiz by as your tires slosh through mud and bump over a rock. Wherever you are, there’s a good chance you’re behind the wheel of either the 2022 Honda Passport or the Toyota Highlander, out on the trails around Marlton, Mt Laurel, or Cherry Hill.

If you need an SUV that can match your adventurous spirit, our team at Burns Honda is here to help you choose the best fit. It’s the Honda Passport vs. Toyota Highlander: Let’s see how they compare!

APPROACH ANGLE

APPROACH ANGLE

21.1 degrees | 18.1 degrees
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GROUND CLEARANCE

GROUND CLEARANCE

8.1 in. | 8.0 in.
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Side SUV

ACE™ BODY STRUCTURE

Standard | Not Available
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How Do the Honda Passport and Toyota Highlander Compare?
Select a category below to learn more about how the Honda Passport compares to the Toyota Highlander.
PERFORMANCE
Performance

You have an adventurous spirit that will take you anywhere, and so do these SUVs. Whether you’re deep in the concrete jungle or bushwhacking on distant trails, they have the capability to get wherever you need to be.

Over the River and Through the Woods

Both models have standout all-terrain abilities, and it all starts with their available all-wheel-drive systems. They respond directly to the traction available for each wheel, so you can stay confidently in control on both slick streets and dusty trails.

You can also dial in your drive with the selectable drive modes available in either the Passport or the Highlander. They both offer the following modes:

  • Normal
  • Snow
  • Mud
  • Sand
Strength of a V6

You’ll have the potent power of a V6 in both models, so you can plow through and over obstacles with ease.

If you’re looking for efficiency, the 2022 Honda Passport makes it easier to manage your fuel economy with the Eco Assist™ System. It helps ensure you’re displaying efficient driving habits.

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INTERIOR
Interior

Your home away from home—that's what the Honda Passport and the Toyota Highlander are. They bring all the comfort and convenience of the living room, even when that’s the last place you want to be.

All the Creature Comforts

Inside these SUVs, you’ll be able to stay comfortable on every adventure. A Tri-Zone Automatic Climate Control System is standard in both models, so everyone can stay at their ideal temperature. You’ll also be able to find your ideal level of support while out on bumpy trails thanks to the 10-way power-adjustable seats found in both models.

The Passport and the Highlander come with a bevy of shared connective features, such as their available Navigation systems. They’ll display the ideal route to your destination, whether it be a new campsite or a remote lake. If you find yourself traversing the concrete jungle, the Passport also offers Honda HD Digital Traffic™ to help avoid congestion.

Cargo and Towing

You’ll have plenty of room for all your cargo in both models, so you can load up all your camping supplies with ease.

If you’re bringing along some extra gear or even your travel trailer, both models are capable vehicles for the job, with each SUV having a maximum towing capacity of 5,000 pounds.  

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SAFETY
SAFETY

These SUVs prioritize safety. That’s why both the 2022 Passport and the Highlander come standard with advanced safety suites.

Smart Safety Features

If you choose the Passport, you’ll get Honda Sensing® technologies, which include:

  • Collision Mitigation Braking System™
  • Road Departure Mitigation System
  • Adaptive Cruise Control
  • Lane Keeping Assist System
  • Forward Collision Warning
  • Lane Departure Warning

Toyota Safety Sense™ 2.5+, standard with the Toyota Highlander, comes with many of the same systems. Both models are also available with a Blind Spot Information System and Cross Traffic Monitor, so you’ll receive alerts when a vehicle is lurking in one of those hard-to-see places.

Built to Protect

The Advanced Compatibility Engineering™ (ACE™) body structure is only used in the construction of the Passport. It uses specially engineered front crumple zones to absorb and disperse collision force away from the cabin.

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Take the Passport to the Trails!
Honda Passport

If you’re looking for an all-terrain SUV, the Honda Passport has the safety features, creature comforts, and all-terrain abilities you need to explore the area around Marlton, Mt Laurel, or Cherry Hill.

When you’re ready to see it up close and experience it for yourself, schedule a test drive at Burns Honda!

All of the tools you need to move forward with experiencing a new 2022 Passport for yourself are conveniently available right here online.