There’s no shortage of enticing models within the SUV segment. Many drivers find it hard to choose between certain models, such as the 2021 Toyota Highlander vs the 2021 Honda Passport. To make this decision easier for drivers, we’ve put together a comparison that spotlights the most significant differences between these two models.
The 2021 Toyota Highlander is available in L, LE, XLE, XSE, Limited and Platinum trim levels. The 2021 Honda Passport doesn’t have diverse of a selection, and can only be found in four trims: Sport, EX-L, Touring and Elite. While both come standard with a 3.5-liter V6 engine, the 2021 Highlander outputs 295 horsepower and 263 pound-feet of torque while the 2021 Passport outputs 280 horsepower and 262 pound-feet of torque.
2021 Toyota Highlander
2021 Honda Passport
|Six Trims||Trim Level Availability||Four Trims|
|295 hp||Standard Horsepower||280 hp|
|263 lb.-ft.||Standard Torque||262 lb.-ft.|
|84.3 cu.ft.||Maximum Cargo Capacity||77.9 cu.ft.|
The 2021 Toyota Highlander can carry more cargo than the 2021 Honda Passport. In terms of maximum cargo capacity, the 2021 Highlander features 84.3 cubic feet while the 2021 Honda Passport features 77.9 cubic feet. With all seats in place, the standard cargo capacity of the 2021 Highlander is 16 cubic feet. The 2021 Highlander has 155.1 cubic feet of interior volume overall.
Many notable features come standard inside the 2021 Toyota Highlander. A tri-zone automatic climate control system, onboard Wi-Fi hotspot, a traffic sign reader system, lane tracing assistance, adaptive cruise control, automatic high beams, Apple CarPlay and Android Auto smartphone integration, heated mirrors and an infotainment system with an eight-inch touchscreen comes standard.
Exterior color options available for the 2021 Toyota Highlander include: Midnight Black Metallic, Ruby Flare Pearl, Opulent Amber, Blueprint, Blizzard Pearl, Magnetic Gray Metallic, Moon Dust and Celestial Silver Metallic.