2020 Honda Passport vs 2020 Toyota Highlander

2020 Honda Passport vs 2020 Toyota Highlander

Are you looking for the ideal SUV for you or your family? You should consider coming to White’s of Lima! We have a huge variety of vehicles for you to choose from with our Honda and Toyota brands, and when it comes to SUVs, two models you get to choose between are the Passport and the Highlander. Both models come standard with front-wheel drive but offer all-wheel drive as an option. Both models do offer their safety suites as a standard option on all trim levels which both include features like radar cruise control and more.

You can view our inventory of both models at White’s Lima in Ohio by clicking the link below or you can keep reading to learn which model is right for you. Also, feel free to reach out to us with the link at the bottom of the page if you want more info.

2020 Honda Passport


2020 Toyota Highlander

5 Seating 8-7
280 Horsepower 295
22 (FWD)/ 21 (AWD) Combined Fuel Efficiency 24 (FWD) / 23 (AWD)
100.7 Cubic-Feet Maximum Cargo Capacity 84.3 Cubic-Feet

Features and options of the Highlander and Passport

The biggest difference between these two models, and what could be the deciding factor for many comes down to the seating capacity. All Passport models offer seating for five making the Passport ample for most families. However, the Highlander offers three rows of seating. Most trim levels have seating for eight, but if you opt for a trim level with the more luxurious captain’s seating in the second row, then you get your seating reduced to 7.

The horsepower rating on both of these models is relatively similar with the Highlander getting a small bump in power. Both models employ a similar 3.5-liter V6 engine, though the engine in the Passport is mated to a 9-speed automatic transmission and the engine in the Highlander is mated to an 8-speed automatic transmission. In terms of efficiency, the Highlander actually does slightly better but both in terms of front-wheel drive and all-wheel drive they are relatively comparable.

Another large difference between these two models comes down to cargo room. With all the seats down, the Passport actually offers a lot more room with over 16 extra cubic-feet of cargo capacity. For more information please reach out to us through the link below.