2019 Honda Passport v. 2019 Chevy Blazer

By buying a midsize SUV, drivers will have the best of both worlds: the luxury and spacious interior of an SUV model with the versatility and drivability of a smaller vehicle. A couple of the most well-liked midsize SUV models on the market today are the 2019 Honda Passport Sport and the 2019 Chevrolet Blazer. These models share a number of key features that cement their place as two of the best midsize SUV models on the market. Despite the many similarities between these vehicles, there are some important differences that you should keep in mind while you shop. Let the team at your Pittsburgh Honda dealer help you figure out which of these vehicles fits what you need. Our staff wants to make sure that you get into the driver's seat of the midsize SUV model that suits your driving life. While both the 2019 Honda Passport Sport and the 2019 Chevrolet Blazer L have the performance, technology, and luxury you crave from a new SUV, there is only one that will be exactly what you need.


 

Performance is one of the main issues to keep in mind when you're shopping for a vehicle, especially if you're in the market for a family vehicle. You have to be sure that you get the power and reliability that you need from a midsize SUV. The 2019 Honda Passport Sport features a V6 i-VTEC 3.5-liter engine, which has a size advantage over the 4-cylinder 2.5-liter engine behind the grille of the Blazer. The Passport also has a leg up when it comes to horsepower, bringing you 280 horsepower when you hit 6,000 RPM, as opposed to the 193 horsepower that the 2019 Chevy Blazer gets at 6,300 RPM. The 2019 Honda Passport Sport also gets 262 lb.-ft. of torque at 4,700 RPM, which is more than the 188 lb.-ft. boasted by the Blazer when it gets up to 4,400 RPM. While the 2019 Honda Passport has an AWD option, the 2019 Chevrolet Blazer L is only available with a FWD drivetrain. Come into your local Honda dealer near Pittsburgh, and our team will be glad to let you put these performance numbers to the test.


Another important factor that shoppers keep in mind when buying a midsize SUV is the amount of room that they will have inside. Due to the 2019 Honda Passport Sport being taller, this model has more EPA Passenger volume at 115.9 cu.ft. while the Blazer only has 107.8 cu.ft. of space within the cabin. The Honda is also outfitted with 77.9 cu.ft. of EPA cargo room, which is significantly more than the 64.2 cu.ft. of cargo room within the 2019 Chevrolet Blazer. From rear headroom, to front and rear shoulder room, the Honda Passport has more interior space than the 2019 Chevrolet Blazer. The Honda model has 40.1 inches of rear headroom, 62 inches of front shoulder room, and 61.9 inches of rear shoulder room. The Blazer features 38.6 inches of rear headroom, 59.1 inches of front shoulder room, and 58.6 inches of rear shoulder room. The 2019 Honda Passport Sport also features standard folding rear seating and optional roof rails, neither of which you will find in the Chevy Blazer L. The 2019 Honda Passport Sport comes outfitted with an engine immobilizer feature that will shut it down in case of theft, a feature you won't find in the Blazer. Come visit your Honda dealer near Pittsburgh today and get the midsize SUV that will provide you and your family with complete peace of mind.

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