The key to vehicle survival in the midsize SUV class is relevance. While most automakers release new midsize SUVs every calendar year, Toyota puts its faith in the 4Runner. On the other hand, Honda has decided to keep its Passport SUV production line open in 2022. Customers will have difficulty deciding which of these famous SUVs is best suited to meet their driving needs when they go head-to-head in 2022. The significant differences between the 2022 Toyota 4Runner and the 2022 Honda Passport have been described by us at Lum's Toyota in Warrenton, OR. Continue reading to learn more about these SUVs.
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 race in terms of performance, the 2022 Toyota 4Runner is virtually unrivaled in terms of off-roading. The 4Runner's 4.0L engine has a higher torque rating and, in essence, tops all charts for off-roading and mountainous terrain.
The 2022 Toyota 4Runner is highly secure and reliable, with excellent off-roading skills. The SUV comes standard with 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 and Star Safety SystemTM.
Furthermore, the 4Runner is a practical vehicle. The 4Runner's vast range of digital features and connected services keep it relevant in the crowded midsize SUV sector. The 4Runner comes with an eight-inch touchscreen display compatible with Apple CarPlay®, Android AutoTM, and Amazon Alexa. A Remote Connect, Wi-Fi Connect, a one-year trial of Safety Connect®, available destination assist, and an available service connect are all offered in the Toyota 4Runner 2022.
Visit us at Lum's Toyota to test drive the new 2022 Toyota 4Runner!