Honda Passport Accessories & Parts

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About Honda Passport

Before Honda committed itself to the idea of producing an in-house SUV full time, the company had the Passport, a compact vehicle designed and assembled by Isuzu. The Honda Passport (aka the Isuzu Rodeo) premiered in 1993 for the 1994 model year and represented the Japanese automaker's first foray into trucks on the US soil. For the first generation, the Honda Passport was equipped with two engine configurations: a 2.6L inline four-cylinder engine capable of around 120 horsepower and a 3.2L V6 which threw out up to 175 horsepower. As for the its dimensions, the Passport measured in with a wheelbase of 108.5 inches, a width of 66.5 inches, a height of 65.5 inches, and an overall length of 176.5 inches. The first generation of the Honda Passport continued until 1997 before the Honda Passport parts were redesigned.

The second generation of the Honda Passport was introduced for 1998. It featured more smooth lines and accessories, and a new EX version, which was noticeably bigger in just about every area. This time around, the Passport's measurements came in with a wheelbase of 106.5 inches, a width of 70.4 inches (71.1 inches for the 2000-2002 EX), a height of 68.5 inches (68.8 for 2000-2002), and an overall length, which varied depending on the trim and model year: for 1998 through 1999, the length was listed at 177.4 inches (184.1 inches for the EX, which was increased to 184.2 for 2000). While the model is essentially a rebadged Isuzu, it did provide Honda with an economical answer in what was beginning to unfold as a highly competitive segment.

Other changes to the Honda Passport parts were in the powertrain. Gone was the previous generation's 2.6L inline four-cylinder engine and in its place was another 3.2L V6, which this time was rated at a higher 205 horsepower. The engine was mated to a standard five-speed manual transmission with an optional automatic also available. Two trim levels were offered for the second generation: the LX and EX (both were available in four-wheel drive), with the EX designated as the luxury trim and featuring such amenities and accessories as cruise control, power accessories, remote keyless entry, and a leather covered steering wheel. The Honda Passport was dropped from the lineup following the 2002 model year. During its time on the road, the model received recognition from around the industry, including being named a runner-up for Motor Trend magazine's Truck of the Year (1998).

One of the first truly "compact" SUVs to hit the Western world, the Passport delivers on more than just economical size. The Passport can be a boundless adventure for the right driver. Showcasing touches of zippy performance and in-tune handling, the Passport hits the big-time when it comes to off-roaders who don't love to be bogged down by an imposing full-size. The added variable of a suggestive sleekness defines the body-style that people notice first. Still in the game and often admired, the Passport has become an important early chapter in the ongoing story of the modern SUV.

If you want to make your vehicle stand out more than ever, Honda Passport Accessories and Parts are the way to go. We offer everything you need to impart an individual essence. Grilles, dash kits, spoilers, chrome trim, and floor mats highlight our selection of Honda Passport accessories and parts. And you never have to question the quality. All of our Honda Passport accessories come from the most recognized names in the business at prices that can't be beat. Give your vehicle an identity that rises above the rest. This is the place to make it happen.

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Whatever you expect from your Honda Passport, a bold look, mind-boggling performance, greater ride comfort, or safer driving, CARiD goes the extra mile to meet all your needs. Our extensive range of premium accessories and parts covers all the bases, whether you want your vehicle to be more powerful, smarter, fun to drive, or just need to restore it to original condition. We know how to throw a classy appeal into your Honda Passport and keep it providing the best performance, so trust us and get the greatest bang for the buck!

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Honda Passport Accessories & Parts Reviews
Average rating: 5 4.9 - 3 reviews
1998 Honda Passport | Posted by Leonard | (Sacramento, CA)

The product was easy to install and does its job.

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Honda Passport Models
  • Passport DX Accessories
  • Passport EX Accessories
  • Passport LX Accessories