2002 Honda Passport review, specs, buying guide, price quote

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Honda Passport

2002 Honda Passport

The new Honda Passport Sport Vehicle is amongst one of the toughest drive SUV’s to hit the market both on and off-road. On the one hand, it is with civilized refinement, a design, and a plethora of comforts and On the other, the Passport features durability and one of the most powerful and six-cylinder engines in its class.

Available Models

The Honda SUV is offered this year in trim levels – LX, Passport EX, and the luxurious Passport Both two-wheel drive and drive versions are available on your driving requirements.


Within the spacious and interior of the Passport are amenities include power windows, door locks, cruise UV-treated glass for front and rear hatch, fade-out map handy cargo area net and tinted glass, adjustable column, and a powerful sound with eight speakers.

At the top level, the Passport EX Luxury bears opulent genuine trim and an in-dash six-disc CD for entertainment value.


The Honda Passport SUV sports bumpers and a convenient roof for cargo and traveling with and sports equipment. It is built triple-sealed doors, and a body-on-frame common among trucks and

On the elegant and well-appointed Passport EX the exterior features a custom two-tone paint treatment color-keyed body side and attractive fender flares.

Honda Passport

The Honda Passport Sport is outstanding in this category, an impressive 3.2-litre, 24-valve, aluminum alloy six-cylinder that cruises along and efficiently to the tune of 205 horsepower and 214 of torque for terrific hill-climbing Each vehicle is equipped variable power-assist rack-and-pinion double wishbone front and front and rear stabilizer for a stable ride and tremendous

Choose from the two-wheel models or more aggressive four-wheel drive version for power and control on all fours for adverse weather and terrain

The standard transmission on the base is a five-speed manual, checking in a fuel economy rating of mpg (city/hwy) for 2WD. The automatic bears a rating of 17/21 mpg A 4WD manual transmission vehicle the mark at 17/20 mpg (city/hwy), the automatic registers at 16/20 mpg

Safety and Security

For the safety of its each Honda Passport SUV is with integrated steel that resist intrusion side impacts, front and crumple zones, and impact-absorbing As well, every vehicle is with three-point seatbelts at positions, had restraints, a driver air bag, passenger depowered air and child proof rear

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