Happy Tuesday! If you've been following my Instagram stories you know, I had a jam-packed weekend showing my friend Sofi around Chicago and visiting the Chicago Auto Show. The Chicago Auto Show holds a special place in my heart because my dad worked in the auto industry for 25+ years and I always looked forward to going to the show with him.
One of my favorite cars that I saw at this year's auto show was the Honda Passport. I used to commute two to three hours roundtrip daily when I worked in the Chicago suburbs. The Passport has some great features that would have made my commute much safer and more pleasant. One of the scariest parts of my commute was the number of accidents I would see. The Passport is equipped with Honda Sensing. Honda Sensing includes features like lane detection & steering and braking assistance. I would have loved to have had these features especially for days when I was driving home tired after a long day in the office.
I also loved how spacious the Honda Passport was. There's tons of room for luggage, sporting equipment, and passengers. The use of space in the center console in the front of the car is excellent! The cup holders are large -perfect for a smoothie container and a coffee, and there is a large center storage space that's ideal for a purse or work bag. One of my biggest frustrations is figuring out where to put my bag when I have a passenger in my car since my center console is not spacious enough.
If you're interested in learning more about Passport head over to the Chicagoland and Northwest Indiana Honda Dealers website.
Disclaimer: My trip visit to the Auto Show was sponsored by Chicagoland and Northwest Indiana Honda Dealers in return for my honest review. All opinions expressed here are my own and are not influenced by Chicagoland and Northwest Indiana Honda Dealers or their affiliates in any way.