1999 Honda Passport Overview


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#1 Tom Demyan
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Average User Score

3.35 stars

Based on 3 reviews

Shawn by Tyler
 — Drivers side rear bumper ending is cracked and a dent in the front bumper. The acceleration is still very good, braking and handeling as well. The heat shield is loose wich makes a rattling sound.... Read More
Great Suv For Anyone by Hayden
 — This vehicle doesn't get the best mileage, but it's okay for and SUV. The 205 horsepower V6 is very powerful yet quiet. This Passport is the exact same as an Isuzu Rodeo. Ride quality is great and so ... Read More
Moonroof Is Leaking by jtocc
 — moonroof leaks, ABS went out twice, fuel level indicator went out, power stearing pump has gone out, and numberous problems on inside componets. Read More

1999 Honda Passport Overview

Overall User Score

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1999 Honda Passport

The 1999 Honda Passport is getting better reviews since its redesign the year before.  The increased room, better seat comfort, and importantly, the increased power seem to have made a difference.

Like the Passport of the year before, the '99 Passport has a 3.2L V6 engine with 205 hp.  But it gets 20 mpg (highway) at best, and most drivers find it delivers between 15 to 17 in regular driving.  That's a bit tough with today's gas prices.

Many love the Passport's ability in the snow and the  weight it can easily tow.  But, even with the increased power and comfort, some still have issues with the Passport's reliability  and the fact that even though it carries the Honda brand, it's really made by Isuzu, which can make parts harder to get.

Little things like rattles annoy many, as does the poor gas mileage.  Even then, however, there's a hefty population that does enjoy driving the Honda Passport.


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Honda Passport Questions


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1999 Honda Passport LX 4WD

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Brent Chavz

Won't Start Turn Over With No Power

drove it about 70mph it lost power to about 60mph then I hit brakes it cut off pull. over it wo'nt crank

37 views with 1 answer (last answer 9 months ago)

Where Is Starter Located On Car

car will not start. Have replaced battery already. Lights and horn work but no brake lights, turn signals, hazard light or fans. car just will not start up

28 views with 1 answer (last answer 9 months ago)

Coolant Leak

I noticed a small drop of coolant on the floor. It is not coming from the radiator or the hoses. I appears just ahead of the oil drain pliug. Don't know if it could be the heater or water pump. No evi...

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Nancy Neal

I Have A Water Leak That Cause My 1999 Honda Passport To Run Hoy

10 views with 5 answers (last answer 5 months ago)