There are three trim levels on offer, starting with the EX-L, followed by the TrailSport, and Elite. All three are powered by the same 3.5-liter V6 engine producing 280 hp, sent to all four wheels via a nine-speed automatic transmission. The base model features a power moonroof, walk-away auto-locking, leather seats, an auto-dimming rearview mirror, a leather steering wheel, a front passenger four-way power-adjustable seat with ten-way adjustment for the driver, and safety features such as collision mitigation, road-departure mitigation, a rear-seat reminder, and forward-collision warning.
The TrailSport brings an off-road appearance package with 18-inch wheels and tires, a slightly wider track, and various orange interior highlights. Elite models benefit from a heated steering wheel, ventilated front seats, heated rear seats, and an upgraded sound system.
Honda doesn't offer much in the way of add-ons. The Adventure and Urban packages have all been dropped and all that's left are a few protection and cargo-management packages and some standalone options. This year, Honda's HDP (Honda Performance Development) appearance package becomes available on the Passport and adds unique wheels, black fender flares, an HDP graphic, and a unique grille. These cost between $350 and $408. Optional accessories include individual items such as a choice of bike racks for $182 or $201 and door edge guards for $112.