Two popular models currently available for shoppers looking for a new SUV include the 2021 Toyota Highlander and the 2021 Honda Passport. Wondering what the most significant differences are between the 2021 Toyota Highlander vs the 2021 Honda Passport? To help drivers determine which of these two SUVs are the better choice for them and their passengers, we’ve highlighted the most notable differences that can be found between these two models.
The 2021 Toyota Highlander can be found in six trim levels (L, LE, XLE, XSE, Limited and Platinum) while the 2021 Honda Passport is limited to four trims (Sport, EX-L, Touring and Elite). Both SUVs feature a 3.5-liter V6 engine, though the 2021 Toyota Highlander is capable of outputting 295 horsepower compared to the 280 horsepower produced by the 2021 Honda Passport.
2021 Toyota Highlander
2021 Honda Passport
|Six Trim Levels||Trim Level Lineup||Four Trim Levels|
|295 hp||Standard Horsepower||280 hp|
|41.0 in.||Rear Leg Room||39.6 in.|
|84.3 cu.ft.||Maximum Cargo Capacity||77.9 cu.ft.|
When it comes to passenger comfort, the 2021 Toyota Highlander offers more seating space than the 2021 Honda Passport. Rear-seat passengers will appreciate the 41 inches of leg room found in the 2021 Toyota Highlander. The 2021 Passport is more cramped in comparison, only featuring 39.6 inches of rear leg room.
Similarly, the 2021 Toyota Highlander is capable of hauling more cargo than the 2021 Honda Passport as well. The 2021 Toyota Highlander features 84.3 cubic feet of maximum cargo capacity, while the 2021 Honda Passport has a maximum cargo capacity of 77.9 cubic feet.
Safety and security features available for the 2021 Toyota Highlander include: Automatic high beams, lane tracing assistance, a traffic sign reader, adaptive cruise control and more.