While several of the cars in the Honda lineup carry over to 2024 without any changes, there are still a few noteworthy updates to some models and an all-new Honda in there, too. There’s a new trim level for the CR-V and some added features to make a few models more rugged looking, and of course, the Prologue arrives. The things that don’t change are the things that don’t need updates, such as the Honda VTEC engine for the Civic Type R.
The Honda Civic Stays Just the Way It Is
The Honda Civic Type R arrived in 2023 with a Honda VTEC engine that makes it more fun to drive than any compact. This Honda will take you down the highway for your everyday drive and do it with style, but it’s also made for the track. The 2.0-liter turbo four-cylinder engine develops 315 horsepower and gets 310 pound-feet of torque. What’s even better is that it comes only with a six-speed manual transmission to pump up the fun.
The rest of the Civic lineup also stays the same for 2024. From the entry-level LX to the Sport, EX, and EX-L, this little sedan or hatchback is quick, responsive, and fun.
The Honda CR-V Lineup Expands for 2024
There’s a new CR-V this year. The Sport-L trim joins the lineup, sitting above the EX-L but with many of the features you get with the Sport and the EX-L. This means it gets the hybrid powertrain from the Sport along with roof rails and dark exterior trim elements. Its luxury features come from the EX-L, including the leather upholstery, driver’s seat memory settings, and power liftgate.
The CR-V Sport-L comes loaded with tech features, too. It has a 9-inch touchscreen, wireless Apple CarPlay and Android Auto, wireless charging, and an eight-speaker stereo system.
Some Changes for the Honda Passport
The updates to the Honda Passport give it a more aggressive look. Instead of the upscale Elite trim, there’s a new Black Edition. This, as you might guess, has lots of black trim and styling elements. From the black 20-inch wheels, black paint, and black exterior trim, it’s dark and sporty. Inside, there’s black leather upholstery with red accents and red stitching. You’ll even get red accent lighting if you want to set the mood.
The rest of the Passport lineup has just a few updates. The center console has a new look, and the cupholders are a new design. The Trailsport adds to this with all-terrain tires, and the off-road suspension is made better with extra articulation.
The All-New Prologue is Finally Here
If you’ve been following Honda, you know that a new all-electric Prologue has been in the works. It’s finally here with a single-motor front-wheel drive version or a dual-motor setup with all-wheel drive. This new Honda is slightly larger than the CR-V and comes with more tech than you can imagine. It has an 11-inch digital gauge cluster, an 11.3-inch touchscreen, and Google Bult-In to help keep you connected.
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