by MT TROBLE on May 14, 2007 Vehicle: 1999 Honda Passport LX 4dr SUV
I bought mine in 2003, soon afer I had problems with. The first major problem was the in take valve gasket went out that cost $400. That last for 3 years, then same problem repeated. There is problem with transmission. Once in while it would shift very rough but goes away after turn off and restart it.
by MF Dempc on Mar 11, 2006 Vehicle: 1999 Honda Passport LX 4dr SUV
I bought the 1999 Honda Passport because I had heard what great vehicles Honda made - well guess what it's not a (true) Honda -should have done my homework better! This has been the worse car I've owned, looking to get rid of it now! Replaced transmission 11/8/4, hmmm bought it 11/18/98. Everything seems to be breaking not only the major things but minor things too!!! Looking to buy a Toyota now....
by xyz on Oct 19, 2003 Vehicle: 1999 Honda Passport LX 4dr SUV
Have not hand any major problems since
owning the Passport. I have had to
carry to dealership for 2 or 3 recall
related items. ONly problem is that my
gas indicator has gone out and will
cost $652 to replace and the car is out
of warrantly. Feel like warranty
should have been for at least 5 yrs or
50000 miles NOT 3 yrs 36000 miles.
overall I have no other issues.
by Chawtho on Jun 10, 2003 Vehicle: 1999 Honda Passport LX 4dr SUV
I've owned a lot of Hondas in my life
and it's very obvious this is not a
Honda. It looks good from the outside
but the Honda quality that I have
become accustomed to is not there.
Tailgate is very squeaky and poorly
designed. Also the ride quality is sub-
standard compared to other SUV's in
this class. Just an average vehicle
and nothing to write home about. I
bought it used about a year ago and
have had no major mechanical problems
at this point.
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