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Your Honda Passport always will be a nicely built car or truck but with mileage even the most solid cars and trucks require routine servicing or repair. The quality and high value that belong to a Honda Passport are excellent reasons for always using performance and aftermarket components with equal level of value; high-quality parts don't always have to empty your wallet. Swing by www.PartsGeek.com every time you require high quality car parts to be rewarded with our outstanding service and an honest price year-round. Honda builds well-regarded automobiles like the Passport, and they are regularly observed on the American highway. Some find that the most difficult thing about fixing your Honda is searching for a good source for the best parts.

On those occasions when you need to buy Honda Passport parts, it's a great idea to find the finest auto parts you can buy - and by shopping at Parts Geek you will see affordable prices around, and our unbeatable service. Reliable OEM and replacement are necessary to keep that Honda in great condition however harsh the conditions. If your Honda Passport breaks down, the best solution is a high-quality replacement component to restore your Honda in ideal shape.


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Honda Passport

If you are looking to find a great sports utility vehicle, the Japanese manufacturer introduced the Honda Passport in 1994 up until newer versions came on the scene in 2002. In 2003, the Honda Pilot replaced this vehicle. It was a crossover, but still a utility vehicle, which shared some of its underpinnings with the Honda Odyssey minivan. Unlike the Honda Pilot, which created a similar midsized crossover body for its vehicle as the Toyota Highlander, the Honda Passport was manufactured on the standard rear-wheel drive, but had a chassis that with an all-wheel drive option.

The handling and quality of the ride is a sign of the vehicle's origin. Therefore, the Honda Pilot was a step forward to replacing the Honda Passport, which should be highly noted. The Honda Passport is considered to be a re-bagging of the Isuzu Rodeo. The first generation model of the Honda Passport was sold in 1994 with a newer version entering the marketplace subsequent to 1997. This model of the vehicle offered a horsepower of 120, and four-cylinder, 2.6 liter engine.

The manual transmission had five speeds. If you chose the V-6, 3.2 liter engine with 175 horsepower, then you would get an automatic transmission with four speeds. You would receive the standard rear-wheel drive with this vehicle and the optional all-wheel drive. The tri leaves were EX and base. The second generation of the Honda Passport came on the auto market scene in 1998. It came with a truck-like chassis, but was safer and more comfortably than its previous model.

In fact, you could see that it was refined significantly more. This new model vehicle had four doors and has a V6 cylinder, 3.2 liter with 205 horsepower. There was an optional automatic transmission with four speeds, but the vehicle came with the standard annual transmission with five speeds. The second generation Honda Passport had two tri levels, namely the LX and the EX. The LX came with manual transmission, five speeds and an optional four-wheel drive. The EX model is more upscale and came with an optional automatic transmission, five speeds. On the LX model, the spare tire had a tailgate mount on a swinging bracket. The EX model was relocated under the cargo area, secured to a carrier.

The 2000 Honda Passport received several updates, which included two-tone paint job and 16-inch wheels, which is optional on the LX model. If you were to buy this vehicle used, you should be aware that the 1998 to 2002 versions were recalled by the manufacturer in 2010. This was because of the frame corrosion in close proximity to the rear suspension. All the models that did not show corrosion received a rust resistant compound treatment. The models that showed noticeable corrosion received a reinforcement bracket installation.

If you are looking for a vehicle that is heavy duty, reliable, safe, and good off-road efficiency, ideal for a family, then the Honda Passport is a suggested option. If you are looking for Honda Passport accessories or used Honda Passport parts, you are invited to visit PartsGeek.com to peruse through their parts catalog.



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