Relevance is the key to a vehicle's survival in the midsize SUV segment. Over the years, Toyota has added several updates to the 4Runner. On the other hand, Honda has opted to keep the production line for its Passport SUV active until 2022. When these two well-known SUVs go head-to-head in 2022, customers will have difficulty determining which one is best suited to their driving demands. At Dan Cava Toyota World in Fairmont, WV, we have detailed the main distinctions between the 2022 Toyota 4Runner and the 2022 Honda Passport. To learn more about these SUVs, keep reading.
2022 Toyota 4Runner
2022 Honda Passport
|4.0-Liter DOHC 24-Valve V-6 engine
||Base Engine||3.5-Liter SOHC 24-Valve V-6 engine|
||Transmission System||Nine-speed Automatic|
|270 horsepower & 278 lb-ft
||Horsepower & Torque Ratings||280 horsepower & 262 lb-ft|
||Combined Fuel Economy||22 MPG|
While the 2022 Honda Passport may win the performance competition, the 2022 Toyota 4Runner is practically unmatched for off-roading. The 4Runner's 4.0L engine produces more torque and, as a result, tops all off-roading and mountainous terrain statistics.
The Toyota 4Runner 2022 is a safe and dependable vehicle with exceptional off-road capabilities. Eight airbags, side-impact door beams, a backup camera, TPMS, and Toyota Safety SenseTM P (TSS-P) safety features, as well as a backup camera, are standard on the SUV.
In addition, the 4Runner is a valuable vehicle. The 4Runner's extensive list of digital features and linked services keep it current in the crowded midsize SUV segment. Apple CarPlay®, Android AutoTM, and Amazon Alexa are available on the 4Runner's eight-inch touchscreen display. The Toyota 4Runner 2022 has Remote Connect, Wi-Fi Connect, a one-year trial of Safety Connect®, available destination assist, and an available service connect.
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