2001 Honda Passport
215,074 Miles
$2,991

Bixby, OK
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1999 Honda Passport
228,968 Miles
$3,850

Indianapolis, IN
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2001 Honda Passport
48,442 Miles
$5,500

Louisville, KY
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1998 Honda Passport
195,345 Miles
$2,288

Tacoma, WA
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1997 Honda Passport
122,593 Miles
$3,900

Kennewick, WA
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1999 Honda Passport
180,568 Miles
$3,994

Puyallup, WA
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2001 Honda Passport
133,000 Miles
$4,990

Summerset, SD
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1994 Honda Passport
140,012 Miles
$2,977

Saint Cloud, MN
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2001 Honda Passport
139,401 Miles
$6,950

Los Angeles, CA
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2001 Honda Passport
94,115 Miles
$8,995

Carson City, NV
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1999 Honda Passport
116,210 Miles
$4,952

Cedarville, IL
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2002 Honda Passport
146,533 Miles
$5,999

Everett, WA
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1998 Honda Passport
142,325 Miles
$2,800

Louisville, KY
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1994 Honda Passport
112,180 Miles
$3,999

Longmont, CO
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Owner Reviews
Overall 4.3
Value 4.1
Performance 4.0
Style 4.0
Comfort 4.4
Fuel Economy 2.3
Maintenance 3.9

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2002 Honda Passport - Overall good quality

New Port Richey East, Florida
Overall
4.0
Value 4.0
Performance 3.0
Style 4.0
Comfort 5.0
Fuel Economy 2.0
Maintenance 4.0
My 2002 Honda Passport has been a great purchase in my opinion. I have owned my Passport since 2003 and have enjoyed the comfort inside the cab. The seating is comfortable and the cab is spacious. The interior material is of high quality and holds up over time. The reliability has been exceptional, I have never had to worry that I would have random problems, the vehicle runs well and smoothly. Gas mileage is not as good as many of the smaller cars, however the vehicle is a V6 and the fuel economy is quite good for the amount of power the vehicle has. The trunk compartment opening is huge. The window and door in the back open separately so the owner can opt for a quick open by opening the window only, or a large trunk access by opening both the window and door which allows for ex... (more)
Story
One great time we had was a kayaking trip. We loaded up our kayaks on the roof rack and headed out to the springs which are about an hour away. Because the roof racks enabled us to load the kayaks on top we were able to fit our tent and supply into the large trunk and head off for the weekend. It was such a great time and we loved being out in nature with friends and family.
Pros
The best feature about the vehicle is the comfort of the ride, seats are well cushioned and deep. Seating materials are sturdy and well made. When riding the vehicle is heavy enough to glide nicely even when the road or terrain isn't smooth. Another of my favorite features is the roof rack, we kayak often and find this rack an easy to use addition that helps greatly with transporting large items without the need for a hitch.
Cons
The main negative thing about the vehicle would be gas mileage. I drive far for work and find that I spend more in gas than my friends who drive smaller, lighter cars.

1998 Honda Passport - Great car, but some drawbacks

Medford, Oregon
Overall
4.0
Value 4.0
Performance 3.0
Style 4.0
Comfort 4.0
Fuel Economy 2.0
Maintenance 3.0
This car is pretty great. It has 4 wheel drive, and is a largish SUV, but not gigantic. This allows for plenty of space for bringing thins along, and we have used it every year to drive up to the mountains to get our own Christmas tree. The car is still going, with a new transmission, after 220,000 miles. It doesn't have good gas mileage, and does tend to have a few issues every year, but overall is a good car.
Story
I don't really know what this means by location specific story?
Pros
The Passport is great for outdoorsy activities. It drives well in snow an in heavy dirt/mud. It is also good for hauling things like a trailer for camping, and can carry all the luggage/supplies you need! I also have been using it to drive back and forth from home to college, a three hour drive, for the past year, and it still working well.
Cons
It has bad gas mileage, only 16 miles per gallon in city, an about 20 in the freeway. The transmission was replaced after 100,000 miles, but has since been good. Every year it seems to need something replaced, for instance I replaced the alternator a few months ago. It also tens to get shaky when driving over 70 miles an hour.

1998 Honda Passport - Honda Passport

Denver, Colorado
Overall
4.0
Value 3.0
Performance 3.0
Style 3.0
Comfort 4.0
Fuel Economy 2.0
Maintenance 3.0
1998 Honda passport runs great, have only had the car for 1 year bought used from previous owner who was the second owner of the car, my kid fits great in the car and I can fit my bike in the back, tail gate works great as it opens horizontally rather than vertical. I think its a great Family vehicle. My wife really likes the sun roof and the fact that its 4x4 drive. My passport has a rack on the roof I use it for hauling my bike when I have too much stuff in the back, the seats fold down really easily and works great for our car seat, we have done 2 car seats at once in it and that was fine as well. Our passport is at 200k miles and is starting to show signs of wear at this point but overall the car is old and has held up really well over the years.
Story
Taking my kid to the park with it all the time is great, all his stuff fits in the back really easily.
Pros
4X4 big enough for kids doesn't feel like a soccer mom car
Cons
Gas mileage is ehhhh not horrible not awesome I wish it was a Subaru wry......