Meridian Honda compares large and small crossover SUVs to top competitors

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The 2020 Honda Passport and 2020 Honda HR-V have a lot of interesting things to offer when directly held up against some of the best vehicles in each respective class.

The 2020 Honda Passport and 2020 Honda HR-V are more than ready to take on the many challengers both vehicles face in their respective segments of the automotive industry.

The lineup of Honda crossover SUVs available in the Meridian Honda showroom is able to meet just about any need a customer may have. At one end of the spectrum is the 2020 Honda Passport and its powerful engine for propelling people through rough terrain and on the other is the 2020 Honda HR-V, which is built to be efficient and nimble to help people dominate crowded city streets. Both of these platforms have what they need to be strong customer options in each class that the two Honda crossover SUV models occupy. However, that hasn’t stopped the competition from trying to usurp those spots. The staff at Meridian Honda is well-educated in the latest vehicle trends and can answer any question about how the vehicles available in the showroom will stack up against the best competition available.

While the 2020 Honda Passport, available in four trims, Sport, EX-L, Touring and Elite, has a lot of interior space that is deftly divided between passenger and cargo space. The back offers more than 41 cubic feet of cargo volume when people are sitting in the back seats, which can also be easily configured to make 77 cubic feet available. When one of the top competitors of the 2020 Passport is holding people in the rear seat, there will only be 20 cubic feet to use with a maximum of 60 cubic-feet.

The advantage the 2020 Passport has over its rival in cargo volume also extends to performance. Every 2020 Passport will have a 3.5-liter, V-6 engine under the hood that will make 280 horsepower. The previously referenced rival only makes 141 horsepower.

As automakers expand their crossover SUV rosters, many of them are building compact models. Honda has beat many of them to market with the HR-V. Meridian Honda customers will be able to choose from five HR-V trims, LX, Sport, EX, EX-L and Touring. The 2020 Honda HR-V uses a naturally-aspirated 1.8-liter, four-cylinder engine that makes 141 horsepower and its chief competitor uses a turbocharged 1.0-liter, three-cylinder engine, which will only produce 123 horsepower. The 2020 HR-V also offers 58.8 cubic feet of cargo volume compared to just 50 cubic feet available in its rival.

Anyone can view the entire Meridian Honda inventory by visiting the dealership’s website, The showroom is located at 503 Front Street Ext. Meridian, MS 39301. Customers can schedule a test drive with any Honda vehicle available by calling 601-693-4651 today.

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