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2000 Honda Passport Overview


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Honda Passport Experts

#1 Mike Bonnell
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Jonathan Ford
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Average User Score

3.55 stars

Based on 2 reviews

Fun Car To Own by soldierboy63m
 — i suggest it to friends its a great suv and comfortable to drive u have alot of cargo room and also plenting of seating space. i enjoy the cargo rack and also that the rear seats lay down to give you ... Read More
Great Car For Winter Buy At A Low Mileage If Possible! by RNikolai
 — I used the 4wd often living in a mountain town that gets lots of snow. It did great when in 4 wheel, however if I didn't remember or think it needed 4 wheel the chances of slipping we're great. If you... Read More

2000 Honda Passport Overview

Overall User Score

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2000 Honda Passport

Changes in appearance to the front and rear of the 2000 Honda Passport and the addition of a new top trim are the only differences to the Passport this year. They've modified the grill and headlamps and slightly changed the rear fascias.

It still uses a V6 engine from Isuzu and 6 and can tow about 4500 pounds.

Standard antilock brakes come on all the Passports as does a two-section rear opening that consists of a left-hinged tailgate under a glass liftgate.

The new top-of-the-line trim, the EX-L is a two-tone paint job with fender flares and leather seats (well, leather trimmed seats), a 6-CD changer, and map lights.

Complaints focus around the amount of road noise, especially in the back seats, the cost of the vehicle, and the rattles and squeaks it always seems to have. That said though, most drivers appreciate the car and keep it for a while.


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Honda Passport Questions


Car Won't Move When In D Mode.

If i put my gear into D it won't move.. it seems like it is not engaging. same thing if i put it into AWD mode.. BUT if i put in into the WINTER MODE it engages/drive.. What could be the problem ? (t...

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Rust Removal And Undercoating. How Long Does It Last?

I purchased a used 2000 Honda Passport with 71K miles in May 2011. I recieved a recall from Honda for rust. I took my car to the Honda in Old Bridge,NJ who fixed the problem. I was told the rust was r...

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Rick Tooley

2000 Passport Door Panel Removal

I need to get into the passenger side front door. The door doesn't open from the outside. I presume something is disconnected. Can't seem to get the door panel off. Any words of wisdom?

51 views with 2 answers (last answer 2 months ago)
Rick Tooley

How Do I Remove The Back Seat From A 2000 Honda Passport? There Seems To Be...

I'm wanting to remove the seat base to clean it thoroughly... previous owner made a mess!

42 views with 1 answer (last answer 2 months ago)
Robin Urconis

Transmission Light Flashing What Does It Mean?

86 views with 1 answer (last answer 2 months ago)