Honda Passport vs Chevy Blazer



The new Chevrolet Blazer and Honda Passport are on sale at dealers all over Lake Wales, Florida, and beyond. Both makes may have restored famed nameplates, but beyond that, how do these new models fare against one another? Let’s take a look!
Which is better? Chevy Blazer vs. Honda Passport
Both GM and Honda decided to revive an old body-on-frame SUV and convert it to a midsize crossover design.

Given the overall structure, GM deserves recognition for inserting the perfect amount of Camaro design into the Blazer.
The car-like grille, sleek body lines, and durable floating roof supply the Blazer with an agile stance, distinguishing it from other crossovers in its sector. For the Passport design, Honda took a subtle approach.

However, both models extend a range of available add-ons for their exterior designs. The Blazer RS highlights blacked-out exterior elements. South Florida drivers also favor the Premier trim for its pops of bright chrome. In contrast, the Honda Passport provides two accessory packages. One includes running boards and a trailer hitch, while the other offers roof rails and crossbars.

2019 Chevrolet Blazer
2.5-liter inline-four with 193 hp and 188 lb-ft of torque
3.6-liter V-6 that pumps out 305 hp and 269 lb-ft. of torque
9-speed automatic transmission
front- and all-wheel drive
2019 Honda Passport
280-hp, 262-lb-ft 3.5-liter V-6
9-speed automatic transmission
front- and all-wheel drive

As we can see above, the Chevrolet Blazer offers more engine options than the Pilot. Both offer 9-speed transmissions and FWD as well, which puts the Blazer in the lead.
These dynamic SUVs also provide all-wheel-drive systems with torque-vectoring capability, keeping drivers steady on all sorts of surfaces.

If you’re looking for innovation, you will find it in either of these cabins. Both SUVs feature 8.0-inch touchscreens with Apple CarPlay and Android Auto connectivity. However, this connectivity is standard on the Chevrolet Blazer and only available on the Pilot’s standard model.
Drivers can choose different traction modes to fit the surface on which they’re driving. The Blazer has a traditional gear stalk, which comes in handy on slick surfaces. Both models offer heated seats, ventilated front seats, as well as wireless phone charging and other inventive features.

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All and all, if you’re looking for a quality Chevrolet ride, you should try the new Blazer on for size. With its range of capabilities and intuitive technology, you’ll be more than pleased.

To begin the financing process, hop on your mobile device and apply for financing now. If you’re pre-approved, you’ll save loads of time at the dealership. We look forward to helping you get your next Chevrolet Blazer loan!