The 2019 Passport isn’t exactly a budget SUV, the base model Passport Sport 2WD will start at $33,035 including the destination charge. That vehicle is rated for 20 mpg city, 25 mpg highway, and 22 mpg combined. The Passport Sport with the optional iVTM4 torque vectoring all-wheel-drive system starts at $34,935 including the destination charge.The next step up the ladder is the Passport EX-L 2WD at $37,455 with the AWD version selling for $39,355. The Passport Touring 2WD starts at $40,325, while the AWD version is $42,225. The top of the line Passport Elite is offered in AWD only and sells for $44,725.All Passport models use a 9-speed automatic transmission. The entire range can tow 5,000 pounds and offers standard Honda Sensing safety tech. Honda built the new Passport to offer comfort on and off-road. The standard engine for all Passport models is a 280hp V6.AdChoices广告Passport is built on the Honda Global Light Truck platform. Tech available on some models includes 4G LTE, Apple CarPlay, and Android Auto. Wireless phone charging and heated/ventilated front seats are offered on some models as well. Check out our first drive of the 2019 Honda Pilot for more information. The SUV is one of the most popular vehicle types out there for many buyers. Honda has announced that the all-new 2019 Passport SUV will land on dealer showrooms today, February 4, 2019. Along with announcing the official date shoppers can go down to their local Honda dealer and buy a new Passport, Honda has also announced pricing.