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Average User Score
3.3 ⁄ 5 stars
Based on 3 reviews
1999 Honda Passport Overview
Overall User Score
Based on 3 reviews
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.
What's your take on the 1999 Honda Passport?
Honda Passport Questions
1999 Honda Passport 4x4 Makes A Clunking Noise On Drivers Side Front Wheel....
The noise doesn't happen when turning only its all the time
When I Turn My Car On It Idles Way To High, In Between 2000 And 2500 Rpms B...
idles to high and fuel sensor doesn't register
How hard is it to replace the radiator? Do you have to remove the fan?
Can I Reroute The Serpentine Belt On A 1998 Honda Passport Without The Ac?
When I Put My 99 Honda Passport In Drive,it Barely Moves When I Give It Gas...
i put the passport in drive, i have to give it gas and the rpm goes up like you have to force it to make it move