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Vehicle Reviews:
Honda SUVs Off-Road


Honda Passport Off-Road

Honda SUVs are engineered to push the limits and explore new destinations. Drivers around the Denver, Centennial, and Aurora, CO, areas, are looking at how Honda SUVs give drivers the versatility and toughness to handle tough terrain.

The Mile High Honda team has prepared a guide for drivers who want to select from a rugged fleet of SUVs to conquer Colorado.


Honda SUVs: Quick Facts

Honda SUV

Horsepower

Max. Cargo Volume

Passport

280

100.8 cubic feet

HR-V

141

58.8 cubic feet

CR-V

190

75.8 cubic feet

Pilot

280

109 cubic feet


Tough Towing Capabilities

2021 Honda Pilot DrivingLet’s face facts. When you want to go off-roading, you’ll want to take the gear with you that maximizes your trip. Honda SUVs are built to enable drivers to take equipment like campers and snowmobiles with them.

The Honda Passport and Pilot models both offer maximum available towing capacity in their All-Wheel Drive options. These two SUV models can haul up to 5,000 pounds of gear.

Drivers who bring a little bit (or a lot) of extra gear with them can take advantage of a Honda SUV’s towing capacity by adding a trailer hitch. Integral hitch features like these make a Honda a strong choice when weighing towing options:

Now that you know how Honda measures up in terms of towing capacity, let’s look at how the Honda SUV design is a fit for off-road getaways.


Honda SUVs Handle Off-Road Trips

Honda SUVsHonda HR-V are designed for harsh outdoor conditions. Each SUV is tested on 23 different driving winter weather courses. If you want to slice through the biting cold of a Colorado winter, you can be confident that Honda has designed a vehicle that handles frozen off-road adventures.

These same SUVs are also available in All-Wheel Drive (AWD). A system designed for the type of terrain you encounter in off-road trips, AWD distributes power equally to your drivetrain. This results in more balanced steering.

Other available attributes of a Honda SUV that are critical for off-road driving include:

The Intelligent Variable Torque Management™ (i-VTM4®) AWD System available on the Passport and Pilot increases torque-vectoring capability. That means selectively redistributed braking power for more efficient braking. This design feature is an All-Wheel system that enhances vehicle stability on wet, muddy, or even icy surfaces—just the type of conditions you might encounter on off-road journeys.


Off-Road Features In Honda SUVs

Honda CR-V in SnowHonda features ensure that your SUV can be tailor-made for your type of off-road ventures. This begins with safety. Essential safety features ensure that Honda SUVs like the CR-V offer increased driver and passenger protection. Some of these features include:

Honda Sensing® is an array of driver-assistance features that help prevent collisions. While your off-road trips may not see much traffic, this collection of features heightens driver awareness for a safer journey.

Honda also gives drivers the opportunity to alter their vehicle’s configuration to pack the right outdoor equipment. Try the following configurations to see how your vehicle can fit skis and extra luggage:

Honda Passport Off-Roading on Rocks

These extra configurations allow you to enjoy more cargo space and bring more with you on your next vacation. Drivers interested in the Honda HR-V can also find additional room with the 60/40 Split 2nd-Row Magic Seat®. This sliding second-row seating option unveils easier access to storage.


Visualize These Honda SUVs’ Off-Road Potential At Our Showroom

The showroom at Mile High Honda contains exciting options to showcase the potential of these Honda SUVs’ off-road capabilities. Drivers can take a test drive and get a feel for how their favorite Honda SUV handles—and start to envision their next adventure.

Drivers throughout the Denver, Centennial, and Aurora, Colorado, areas, can give us a call—or just stop by to take a test drive!

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