Honda has revealed the latest edition of the 2019 Passport SUV.
It has a more purposeful look than the CR-V, with oversized arches that accentuate its 20in alloy wheels and greater ground clearance than the Pilot.
It will arrive with a 3.5-litre V6 petrol engine as standard, making it something of an outlier in a category dominated by entry-level four-cylinder engines.
The i-VTEC powerplant produces 280bhp and 262lb ft and is mated to a nine-speed automatic gearbox.
Honda claims the Passport delivers best-in-class passenger space and luggage capacity, with push-button folding seats and a segmented underfloor cargo compartment.
EX-L models and above receive an 8.0in touchscreen infotainment system as standard, complete with Android Auto and Apple CarPlay smartphone mirroring and a multi-angle rear-view camera.
Touring and Elite trims add a premium 10-speaker stereo system, front and rear parking sensors and blindspot monitoring.
All models come with Honda’s suite of safety aids as standard, including lane-keeping assistance, adaptive cruise control and low-speed automatic emergency braking.
The Passport was designed by Honda North America and will be manufactured in the company’s Alabama factory. Like the Pilot, it’s based on Honda’s Global Light Truck platform.
See photos of the car below.