The Honda Passport is 'Best New Car for 2019'

The 2019 Honda Passport has taken home the title of "Best New Car for 2019," as awarded by Autotrader*. This award honors the 2019 Passport for its on-road driving, its off-roading capabilities, its outstanding interior space, and its modern enhancements. To learn more about the award-winning 2019 Honda Passport, just continue reading this blog post.

2019 Honda Passport

The all-new 2019 Honda Passport competed against 12 new vehicles to earn Autotrader's "Best New Car for 2019" award. It was chosen unanimously by the Autotrader editorial experts.

"The Passport is one of the few SUVs where the 'sport' and ‘utility' totally and tangibly make sense in the same vehicle," said Brian Moody, executive editor for Autotrader. "We like the Passport because of its rugged look and just the way it comes off like a younger, feistier version of the Honda Pilot," he continued in the Honda News press release.

The 2019 Honda Passport first hit the road on February 4, 2019. This SUV combines on-road driving sophistication with rugged off-roading capabilities. Not only is the Passport a pleasure to drive, but it also earned a best-in-class interior space rating among two-row midsize SUVs.

The Honda Passport was designed and developed by Honda R&D. It is also made in Lincoln, Alabama alongside the Honda Ridgeline, the Honda Pilot, and the Honda Odyssey. All of these vehicles are made with domestic and globally-sourced parts.

Check out the Best New Car for 2019 at Yuba City Honda! We have the 2019 Honda Passport in stock for our customers to test drive. To find the Passport, visit Yuba City Honda at 399 State Highway 99 in Yuba City. We hope you will make your way to our location soon and we can't wait to show this vehicle to you and your family.

*Source: Honda North America

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