When we compare the Honda CR-V's and the Honda Passport's specifications and ratings, the Honda CR-V has the advantage in the areas of new vehicle base pricing and resale value. The Honda Passport has the advantage in the areas of interior volume and base engine power. Based on this comparison of the Honda CR-V's and the Honda Passport's specifications and ratings, the two cars are fairly comparable.
Honda CR-V vs. Honda Passport Pricing
For a new model, the Honda CR-V's price is between $31,452 and $37,940, with the Honda Passport priced between $45,838 and $50,043.
Honda CR-V vs. Honda Passport Resale/Retained Value
Looking at the 5-year depreciation rate for both models, the Honda CR-V loses 36.5 percent of its value and the Honda Passport loses 41.2 percent of its value. This means the Honda CR-V retains 4.7 percentage points more of its value and has the advantage of higher resale value versus the Honda Passport.
Engine Power and Fuel Efficiency Comparison
For engine performance, the Honda CR-V’s base engine makes 190 horsepower, and the Honda Passport base engine makes 280 horsepower.
Passenger Space Comparison
The Honda Passport, a crossover/midsize SUV, has the advantage of offering more interior volume, reflected in more front shoulder room, rear head room, rear shoulder room, and cargo space. The Honda CR-V, a crossover/compact SUV, has the advantage in the areas of front head room, front leg room and rear leg room.
Safety Ratings Comparison
When comparing crash test ratings from NHTSA, both the Honda CR-V and the Honda Passport have the same average safety rating of 5 out of 5 Stars.