Honda Passport vs. Toyota 4Runner
Honda Passport
Toyota 4Runner
At a Glance: Passport vs. 4Runner
Honda Passport

Drivers on the lookout for an SUV that can help them show those Miami, Doral, and Hialeah, FL roadways who’s boss are likely to have the Honda Passport and the Toyota 4Runner in their sights.

The team at Braman Honda would like to help you determine which of these worthy daily drivers has what it takes to do the job according to your standards. Read through this Honda Passport vs. Toyota 4Runner comparison to figure that out.



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Let’s first address the pieces of machinery you’ll find under their respective hoods. While both models have impressive outputs, the Passport exceeds.

Powerful Capability

Bigger isn’t always better, and we’ve got an example right here. The Honda Passport has a standard 3.5L V6 engine, while the Toyota 4Runner is powered by a 4.0L engine. Although its engine is larger, the Toyota still falls short.

Both models have a 5,000-lb towing capacity and more than 260 lb-ft of torque, but the Honda Passport has more power.

Horsepower Output

The V6 that propels the Honda Passport can supply a profound 280 horsepower. The most you can expect from the Toyota 4Runner is only 270 horsepower.

Clearly, these numbers are close. However, the Passport might be the right SUV for you if you’re looking for something with a bit more oomph.

Honda Passport

Of course, you’re probably wondering about the interiors of these two SUVs. After all, they’re known for their spacious cabins. The Passport continues to show itself to be the superior choice as we move on to the topic of interior space.

Room for Your Belongings

Let’s kick off by checking out the cargo volume of these models. When you fold down its back seats, the Honda model has a maximum of 100.8 cubic feet.

The maximum cargo space you’ll get with the Toyota measures at a much less generous 89.7 cubic feet. As a result, the Honda Passport would be better suited when you’re asked to help a friend or family member move.

Passenger Room

The Honda Passport has 39.5 inches of headroom, 62 inches of shoulder room, and 59.1 inches of hip room in its front row. On top of that, there are 39.6 inches of legroom and 61.9 inches of shoulder room in the second row.

The Toyota 4Runner falls short with 39.3 inches of headroom, 57.8 inches of shoulder room, and 56.5 inches of hip room in the front, and 32.9 inches of legroom and 57.8 inches of shoulder room in the second row. Clearly, the Passport has enough room for its occupants to stretch out and be comfortable.

Honda Passport

Is it important that your next commuter provide you and your passengers with an abundance of comfort? We already know how much room you’ll have in the Passport vs. 4Runner, but what about their amenities?

Standard Comfort

When it comes to comfort, the Honda Passport makes sure everyone is comfortable no matter which trim you choose. While both the Passport and the 4Runner have similar amenities, you’ll only get them standard with the Passport. For instance, your Honda Passport comes with heated seats and a 10-way power-adjustable driver’s seat.

Heated seats are available with the Toyota, but not on the base trim. Plus, the driver’s seat is only adjustable in eight ways rather than ten.

Temperature Control

Again, temperature control will be easier in the Honda Passport, which comes standard with a tri-zone automatic climate control system.

The Toyota 4Runner has a normal air conditioning system on base trims, and the upper trims only offer a dual-zone system.

Which One Will You Choose?
Honda Passport

It’s clear that these SUVs are both built to impress. However, you can only choose one as your next on-road companion. Do you agree that the more powerful engine output, the optimal stowing potential, and spacious seating arrangements in the Passport make it the better option over the 4Runner?

If so, contact Braman Honda, serving Miami, Doral, and Hialeah, FL at your earliest convenience to take your Honda Passport test drive.

All of the tools you need to move forward with experiencing a new Passport for yourself are conveniently available right here online.

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