2019 Honda Passport vs Ford Edge
There are a wide array of sporty midsize SUVs out there for your adventures throughout Cerritos, Downey, and Long Beach. However, a lot of drivers find themselves deciding between choosing the 2019 Honda Passport vs. Ford Edge. Both vehicles offer some impressive features and abilities, but the best way to decide on the right one is by looking closely at their differences.
At Norm Reeves Honda Superstore Cerritos, we’re here to help drivers learn more about the new Passport vs. Edge with what they offer and how they differ. We hope this comparison can help you see which vehicle is right for you!
Honda Passport vs Ford Edge: Cabin Space & Cargo Capacity
Each SUV offers enough space for five passengers and for some cargo behind the rear seats. The Honda Passport offers 115.9 cubic feet of cabin space while the Edge includes 113.9 cubic feet. Each vehicle offers more than 40 inches of headroom in the first and second rows, but the major difference is with the offered cargo space.
The Passport and Edge each include the 60/40 split rear bench, which can be partially folded to make room for longer items, or to be completely folded flat to open the space up for even more cargo. The Passport offers 41.2 cubic feet of space, which expands to 77.9 cubic feet when the bench is folded. The Ford Edge, on the other hand, includes 39.2 cubic feet of cargo space, which only expands to 73.4 cubic feet.
Media & Technology
The Honda Passport includes a 5-inch dashboard-mounted screen while the Ford Edge features a screen that’s only 4.2 inches. Each vehicle includes Bluetooth® connectivity for hands-free phone use and audio streaming. Both SUVs includes AM/FM radios and USB/auxiliary inputs for portable media devices. The Passport includes a 7-speaker sound system with Speed-Sensitive Volume Control, which is a feature that raises the audio levels to adjust with the engine performance. The Ford Edge, on the other hand, only includes six speakers in its cabin.
The Honda Passport and Ford Edge each include a suite of driver-assistance technology features at the base level. Each vehicle includes pre-collision and lane keeping systems. The Passport, however, includes a few more features than the Edge. The Honda Passport includes Automatic High Beams, and the Adaptive Cruise Control system, which uses a pre-set following distance along with the cruising speed, and will adapt to the flow of traffic keeping that set distance.
Learn More About the 2019 Honda Passport vs Ford Edge
At Norm Reeves Honda Superstore Cerritos, we hope that this 2019 Passport vs. Edge comparison helped you get a strong sense of what these midsize SUVs offer. We also hope that you learned all about how these vehicles differ. But while you’re aware of the many notable advantages that the Honda Passport has, you can learn even more by dropping by our dealership for a closer look!
Schedule your test drive with us at Norm Reeves Honda Superstore Cerritos. We’re happy to help drivers in Cerritos, Downey, and Long Beach for when it’s time to find the right car!