Honda Passport Technology

Technology in the All-New 2019 Honda Passport

We know that drivers are looking for the most advanced vehicles that they can get behind the wheel of, which is why we offer all the newest Honda models at HondaCars of McKinney. Our options range from sedan to SUV, making sure you will be able to find one that meets all the needs of your life. If you are looking at the larger end of that scale, we encourage you to see what the 2019 Honda Passport offers for its first year of production.

There are three main categories of technology that we want to look at, showing you some of the most popular features that this vehicle offers.

 

Comfort and Convenience

No matter where your 2019 Honda Passport will take you, all your passengers will be able to stay comfortable. Remote engine start lets you get the standard tri-zone automatic climate system started to warm up or cool down your vehicle. A two-position memory system for the driver's seat will be set perfectly to your preferences when you get inside. The one-touch power moonroof will let you decide how much air or sun you want to add to your ride.

Connectivity

Being able to get to all your media makes any drive better, and the 2019 Honda Passport makes that easy. Upgrading above the 2019 Honda Passport Sport trim will give you Apple CarPlay and Android Auto compatibility to connect your smartphone, which can also be charged wirelessly if you include the wireless charging pad. You can even use the 115-volt power outlet as a standard electrical plug to connect whatever you might need to bring along.

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Safety

Technology does more than keep you connected and comfortable, it ensures you can be confident with a variety of advanced safety features. Honda Sensing comes standard on every trim of the 2019 Honda Passport. This system includes features like Road Departure Mitigation System and Lane Keeping Assist System to help keep every angle covered around you.


Learn more about the 2019 Honda Passport by visiting our dealership in McKinney today.


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