by had better cars on Dec 3, 2009 Vehicle: 2000 Honda Passport LX 4dr SUV 4WD
Well we bought our passport at 6 years old and it seemed to be a nice car. it was valued at $12,000 and we brought them down to $9,000. After 4 days the transmission went out. Then after 6 months the transmission was not working right again. we waited a year to get the money to get a new one. It is acting up again! the windshield wiper motors and linkage have been replaced multiple times. The car does have power when you need it. 4 wheel drive works great when transmission is working. Love to drive it.
by pixie on Jan 29, 2009 Vehicle: 2000 Honda Passport LX 4dr SUV 4WD
I have had this vehicle for 5 mos now and I've never been unhappy with it smooth ride, gas mileage average,comfortable driving, everything conveniently placed to reach, worth the used vehicle price, affordable.
by lilk9or on Apr 22, 2008 Vehicle: 2000 Honda Passport LX 4dr SUV 4WD
Do not mix, ever since they changed the gas to having ethanol in it my Honda dies on me and stalls like crazy and I read in the owners manual that it says not to run methanol or ethanol in it otherwise it will have mechanical malfunctions. I do not recommend getting this vehicle since they are changing the gas to having ethanol in the gas. But all around besides that problem I like it a lot but with all the problems I think I am gonna get rid of it. Do not buy it!
by gipper on Jul 22, 2004 Vehicle: 2000 Honda Passport LX 4dr SUV 4WD
This is an Isuzu, not a true Honda.
Although an above-average, solid SUV,
the quality is not quite up to the
usual Honda standards. The ride is
very truck-like and rough, cornering
unstable, fuel economy is just ok
(I've averaged 18 mpg). All said,
it's been an all-right vehicle. I'm
looking to trade it in for a CR-V,
which is what I should have gotten in
the first place.
by SAFIRI on Nov 13, 2003 Vehicle: 2000 Honda Passport LX 4dr SUV 4WD
So far, I've loved this truck. Got a
good deal on a used one from Car Max.
It's size is big enough to seat 5
comfortably but not too big to fit in
the garage. It is an Isuzu Rodeo so I
don't understand how this could rate so
poorly when the Rodeo rates better than
average. Gas mileage could improve but
that can also be worked out with minor
upgrades to your engine oil, spark
plugs and air filter (and
a "Tornado"). Pick up is not apparent
until you really need it and then it
gets up and goes. Overall a very nice
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