2019 Honda Passport
2019 Acura RDX
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As you select a new SUV to drive home in soon, you may be eyeing the 2019 Honda Passport and the new Acura RDX. These are two of the more popular SUVs on the market today, and they share many similarities. However, they are also substantially different in critical ways. Before deciding whether to take home the new Passport or the RDX, spend a few minutes learning more about their similarities and differences.
The Passport is a midsize SUV that was discontinued by Honda in 2002, and the 2019 is a reintroduction of a revamped Passport. The RDX for 2019 is a compact luxury crossover, and this model year is the first in the line’s third generation. You can see that both of these vehicles have a modern exterior style, and they likewise have sophisticated interior designs and numerous desirable features. However, The Passport has a rugged exterior with sophisticated prominence. While it has a substantial profile with an adventure-minded edge, it has contouring and molding in all of the right places. It has larger dimensions on the exterior than the RDX and sits higher off of the ground. This creates a roomier interior than what the RDX offers. The RDX, on the other hand, sits lower to the ground and has a sleek, graceful look. Because the roofline is lower and fades downward in the rear to give the SUV a sporty look, the interior dimensions are slightly reduced. Both SUVs have a full range of modern features that vary based on the trim that you select, including a navigation system, an infotainment system, a sound system and more.
The 2019 Honda Passport has been designed to be practical for city driving and to perform well for your big adventures as well. It is outfitted with a V6, iVTEC engine, intelligent traction management, an independent suspension across all four wheels, multiple driving modes and available all-wheel drive. The 2019 RDX from Acura has been engineered for comfort on city roads and highways. It is outfitted with a 2.0-liter turbo engine, optional all-wheel drive, an automatic transmission and electronic gear selection. Variations for both models are available at higher trims.
As you compare the RDX against the Passport, you understandably want to find a vehicle that is loaded with value. The Passport has a roomier interior with passenger seating for an equivalent number of people. It also has a unique style that makes it well-suited for city and adventure driving, and the RDX is designed specifically for driving on city roads and highways.
Now that you know more about the RDX and the Passport, you may be able to narrow down the options and pick out the right SUV to take home. Visit Proctor Honda to get behind the wheel. By doing so, you can make an informed comparison before you make a purchase.