Honda Passport Tire Pressure

Honda Passport models from 2019 to 2021 have recommended tire pressure of 35 psi to 37 psi based on model year, trim and original equipment tire size.

Honda Passport is a suv offered in 4 trims and equipped with 2 original equipment tire size sets. You can find recommended tire pressure for Honda Passport by model year, model trim or its original equipment tire size. Keep Honda Passport tires properly inflated at all times to enjoy a safe and comfortable drive.

Select Honda Passport year to see its original equipment tire sizes and corresponding tire inflation pressures.

2021 Honda Passport Tire Pressure

Recommended tire pressure for 2021 Honda Passport is 35 psi to 37 psi for front tires and 35 psi to 37 psi for rear tires.

Tire Size Front Tire Pressure Rear Tire Pressure
245/50R20 102H 35 psi 35 psi
265/45R20 104H 37 psi 37 psi

2020 Honda Passport Tire Pressure

Recommended tire pressure for 2020 Honda Passport is 35 psi to 37 psi for front tires and 35 psi to 37 psi for rear tires.

Tire Size Front Tire Pressure Rear Tire Pressure
245/50R20 102H 35 psi 35 psi
265/45R20 104H 37 psi 37 psi

2019 Honda Passport Tire Pressure

Recommended tire pressure for 2019 Honda Passport is 35 psi to 37 psi for front tires and 35 psi to 37 psi for rear tires.

Tire Size Front Tire Pressure Rear Tire Pressure
245/50R20 102H 35 psi 35 psi
265/45R20 104H 37 psi 37 psi

Select Honda Passport trim to see its original equipment tire sizes and corresponding tire inflation pressures.

Tire Pressure for Honda Passport Elite

Recommended tire inflation for Honda Passport Elite is 37 psi for front tires and 37 psi for rear tires.

Tire Size Front Tire Pressure Rear Tire Pressure
265/45R20 104H 37 psi 37 psi

Tire Pressure for Honda Passport EX-L

Recommended tire inflation for Honda Passport EX-L is 35 psi for front tires and 35 psi for rear tires.

Tire Size Front Tire Pressure Rear Tire Pressure
245/50R20 102H 35 psi 35 psi

Tire Pressure for Honda Passport Sport

Recommended tire inflation for Honda Passport Sport is 35 psi for front tires and 35 psi for rear tires.

Tire Size Front Tire Pressure Rear Tire Pressure
245/50R20 102H 35 psi 35 psi

Tire Pressure for Honda Passport Touring

Recommended tire inflation for Honda Passport Touring is 37 psi for front tires and 37 psi for rear tires.

Tire Size Front Tire Pressure Rear Tire Pressure
265/45R20 104H 37 psi 37 psi

Recommended tire inflation for Honda Passport original equipment tire sizes with matching trims and model years.

Tire Size Front Tire Pressure Rear Tire Pressure
245/50R20 102H 35 psi 35 psi
Years: 2019 - 2021
Trims: EX-L Sport
265/45R20 104H 37 psi 37 psi
Years: 2019 - 2021
Trims: Elite Touring

What is the correct tire pressure for Honda Passport?

Recommended tire pressure for Honda Passport tires is 35 psi to 37 psi, set by Honda manufacturer and based on model's original equipment tire size to optimize vehicle performance, fuel efficiency and safety.

Where do I find the recommended tire pressure for Honda Passport?

Honda Passport recommended tire pressure can be found in owner's manual, on a tire placard on the side of driver's door or door jam, on the trunk lid, in the console or on the fuel door. Tire inflation will be listed in psi (pounds per square inch), bar or kPa (kilopascals).

How to check Honda Passport tire pressure?

To check Honda Passport tire pressure you will first need to determine its recommended tire pressure for the front and rear tires. Take off tire valve caps and use a tire pressure gauge to check tire inflation in every tire. Adjust Honda Passport tire pressure to its recommended levels. If overinflated, let some air out by pressing down the center plunger in the valve stem. If underinflated, add air with tire inflator. Recheck tire pressure to make sure all tires are properly inflated. Replace the valve stem caps. Make sure to check tire pressure when tires are "cold" and have not been driven for at least 3 hours. Remember that the front and rear tire pressures may differ.

What is proper tire pressure for Honda Passport replacement tires?

If you replace Honda Passport original equipment tires with non-stock tires that have different size or load capacity, new tires may require substantially different inflation pressures. Use our Replacement Tire Pressure Calculator to find proper tire inflation when switching to a different tire size.

What is optimal winter tire pressure for Honda Passport?

Tire pressure fluctuates with ambient temperatures. When temperatures drop, Honda Passport tires may lose approximately 1 psi of air pressure for every 10 degree Fahrenheit decrease. During winter Honda Passport tires can be inflated 3 to 5 psi above the recommended tire pressure settings to compensate for lower temperatures. Do not overinflate above the maximum tire inflation pressure value indicated on tire sidewall. Make sure to check tire pressure regularly in the winter to keep tires properly inflated for a safe ride on snow and icy roads.

Is my Honda Passport equipped with Tire Pressure Monitoring System (TPMS)?

If your Honda Passport is built after 2007, it is most likely equipped with a Tire Pressure Monitoring System. Check owner's manual to see if your model has TPMS.

Why is my Honda Passport TPMS warning light on?

If Honda Passport TPMS warning light comes on and stays on, it means at least one of the tires is underinflated. If TPMS warning light goes on and off, fluctuating ambient temperatures may be the reason. If Honda Passport TPMS warning light flashes for 90 seconds when you start the vehicle and then remains illuminated, the TPMS is not functioning properly and you should have it serviced.

How to reset Honda Passport Tire Pressure Monitoring System?

To reset TPMS on Honda Passport, follow the instructions in owner's manual. If TPMS will not reset, there may be a problem with tire pressure sensors.

All listed data and/or calculations are for informational purposes only. TirePressure.com does not warrant or make any representations regarding the accuracy of or the results of the use of this information. Always refer to vehicle owner's manual for recommended tire pressure settings. Never overinflate or overload a tire beyond its maximum capabilities listed on sidewall.