2022 Honda Passport Interior and Cargo

Honda Passport Interior & Cargo Rating

2022 Passport Interior

The spacious cabin of the Passport works well with the clean design of the dashboard, and the overall feeling one gets is of airiness and quality. The fact that the vehicle was based on a three-row design makes itself abundantly clear once you step inside: there's so much space on offer. Once you start interacting with the car, it is evident that Honda hasn't cut any corners, and all important touchpoints feel solid. It's easy to get in and out, visibility is good, and all major controls are within easy reach of the driver and front-seat passenger. New for 2022, the gauge cluster features new gray lighting and white needles. The interior is a solid effort by Honda.

2022 Passport Interior Photos

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Seating and Interior Space

There is enough room within the confines of the Passport's cabin to seat five adult passengers, and its relatively high ride height and large doors make it easy for larger passengers to enter and exit. Once inside, space is abundant. Those in the front get a massive 40.1 inches of headroom (39.5 inches with the sunroof fitted) and 40.9 inches of legroom. In the back, it is just as impressive, and six-footers will find no complaint with the 39.6 inches of legroom. All trims get ten-way power-adjustability for the driver's seat with two-position memory for both the seats and side mirrors, while the passenger seat is four-way adjustable.

2022 Honda Passport Interior Dimensions:

Honda Passport TrimsEX-LTrailSportElite
Headroom Front Seat39.5 in.39.5 in.39.5 in.
Headroom Back Seat40 in.40 in.40 in.
Legroom Front Seat40.9 in.40.9 in.40.9 in.
Legroom Back Seat39.6 in.39.6 in.39.6 in.
Shoulder Room Front62 in.62 in.62 in.
Shoulder Room Rear61.9 in.61.9 in.61.9 in.
Hip Room, Front59.1 in.59.1 in.59.1 in.
Hip Room, Rear57.3 in.57.3 in.57.3 in.

Interior Colors and Materials

Honda has not cut any corners when it comes to the materials used in the 2022 Passport. All trims get leather upholstery and it's gray on the EX-L and Elite and black on the TrailSport. For 2022, the EX-L receives perforated leather with contrast stitching. The new TrailSport boasts orange contrast stitching and orange "TrailSport" branding embroidered on the front headrests. The two lower trims offer silver trim inserts, while the top two share black inserts.

2022 Passport Trunk and Cargo Space

Cargo space is one of the most important elements buyers look at when shopping for SUVs in this class, and the fact that the Passport was built around a three-row car but only offers two rows means that there is an abundance of space in the back. Pop open the liftgate, and you'll be greeted with a massive 41.2 cubic feet of space - more than enough to fit a bunch of Ikea furniture, Golden Retrievers, and whatever else Passport drivers haul around. If more space is required, Honda's clever One-Touch Fold-Down 60/40 split rear seatback opens up to a generous 77.9 cubes (77.7 cubic feet in the EX-L and Touring, and 77.5 cubic feet in the Elite). Tie-down anchors keep small items from crashing about. Small-item storage is also impressive: you get a glovebox, over ten cupholders, a large center console storage bin between the two front seats, seatback pockets behind the front seats, and pockets in every door.

2022 Honda Passport Trunk and Cargo Space Photos

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2022 Passport Infotainment and Features


The Passport is feature-rich and since the base Sport trim has been dropped, the entry-level EX-L gets its fair share of standard goodies. These include LED headlights, a one-touch power moonroof, and a power liftgate. On the inside, the EX-L gets smart entry, standard push-button start, cruise control, tri-zone automatic climate control, 12-volt charging, a HomeLink remote system, second-row integrated sunshades, an automatic-dimming rearview mirror, perforated leather seats with contrast stitching, a 10-way electrically adjustable driver's seat (four-way electric adjustment for the passenger), a leather-trimmed steering wheel, heated front seats, a wireless charger, and a blind-spot information system with a cross-traffic monitor.

The TrailSport adds features such as a hands-free liftgate, roof rails, courtesy door lights, ambient LED interior lighting, heated rear seats, parking sensors front and rear, and all the TrailSport-specific styling highlights. The Elite rounds out the offering with a heated steering wheel, courtesy front door lights, and ventilated front seats. All models benefit from standard driver-assistance features such as collision-mitigation braking, road-departure mitigation, adaptive cruise control, lane-keeping assist, forward-collision warning, automatic high beams, and lane-departure warning.


The most significant change last year was the addition of an eight-inch high-res touchscreen display. This replaced the standard five-inch unit previously found in the base model. The system is intuitive and straightforward to use, and we appreciate the logical menu layout and smooth operation. All Passport trim levels feature Bluetooth streaming with HandsfreeLink, MP3/aux jack, RDS, speed-sensitive volume control, and Apple CarPlay and Android Auto integration. The base model only has a single USB charge port in the front, while the rest get one in the front row and two ports in the second. The two base trims get a 215-watt, seven-speaker audio system. All models get a front, middle and rear 12-volt charging port, Cabin Control remote compatibility, SMS text message functions, SiriusXM, and HD Radio. The Elite tops things off with Wi-Fi Hotspot capability and a 540-watt, 10-speaker sound system. Both the TrailSport and Elite get voice recognition, navigation, and a 115-volt power outlet.

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