2019 Honda Passport vs 2019 Ford Edge

2019 Honda Passport vs 2019 Ford Edge

Having trouble choosing between the 2019 Honda Passport vs the 2019 Ford Edge? Both SUVs can easily be compared by looking at each vehicle’s performance ratings, safety capabilities and interior space availability. We’ve put together a comparative analysis between the base trims of these two SUVs down below.

Both the 2019 Passport and the 2019 Edge seat up to five passengers and feature a rear row that can be folded down for additional storage space. Four trim levels are offered for both: Sport, EX-L, Touring and Elite for the 2019 Passport and SE, SEL, Titanium and ST for the 2019 Edge. The 2019 Honda Passport Sport outputs 30 more horsepower than the 2019 Ford Edge SE.



2019 Honda Passport Sport

VS

2019 Ford Edge SE

280 Horsepower 250
5 Total Seating 5
Standard Adaptive Cruise Control Optional
157.1 cu.ft. Interior Volume 153.1 cu.ft.

2019 Honda Passport Practicality & Safety

The 2019 Honda Passport Sport includes a multitude of advanced driver awareness and safety features, including forward collision warning, lane keeping assistance and adaptive cruise control. In the 2019 Ford Edge, adaptive cruise control is only available as part of an option package. Other standard safety features found in the 2019 Passport Sport include dual front side-mounted airbags, passenger airbag occupant sensing and LATCH child seat anchors.

When it comes to storage, the 2019 Passport outclasses the 2019 Ford Edge. Importantly, the 2019 Passport’s rear seats fold completely flat, while the 2019 Ford Edge’s rear seats do not. The 2019 Honda Passport Sport features 157.1 cubic feet of interior volume, while the 2019 Ford Edge’s usable cabin space caps out at 153.1 cubic feet.

Available 2019 Honda Passport exterior color options include: White Diamond Pearl, Modern Steel Metallic, Lunar Silver Metallic, Deep Scarlet Pearl, Black Forest Pearl, Obsidian Blue Pearl, Crystal Black Pearl and Black Copper Pearl.