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Average User Score
2.5 ⁄ 5 stars
Based on 4 reviews
2001 Honda Passport Overview
Overall User Score
Based on 4 reviews
Still designed and built by Isuzu, and no changes from the previous year, the 2001 Honda Passport is a light, small, minivan, with some crash test problems.
It comes in in six colors: silver, white, black, blue, red, and green and comes in either regular 2WD drive or 4WD.
It's 4WD system allows for shifting on the fly and the simple push of a button can bring you into 4WD high even while driving. Moving into low drive though requires stopping and manipulating a lever on the floor. There's even a winter mode which helps the tires really grab the ice, which is a welcome enhancement for those of us living in the snow and ice that lasts far too many months.
The 3.2-liter DOHC 24-valve V6 makes it a reasonable drive. One complaint, though, which was voiced by many, involves the placement of the windshield wiper control which is different than many other vehicles.
The EX model comes with a cool moon roof, fog lights, and remote key-less entry -- all optional features for the LX model.
On the LX Passport model, the spare tire is mounted on the tailgate. On EX and EX-L, it's in the cargo area, which is problematic when driving up a steep grade since it will drag on the road.
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Honda Passport Questions
Is The Fuel Pump Inside The Gas Tank On A 2001 Honda Passport
My friend wants to know if she can change the fuel pump on her mothers car without dropping the gas tank.
I'm Trying To Lign Up The Camshafts On The Drivers Side Head Of My 2001 Hon...
The photo in the haynes repair manuel shows marks on the cam gears lining up with marks on the center gear (the one with the timing belt sprocket on it) I don't see these marks anywhere. How do I ali...
How Do I Change The Drivers Side Door Handle
I Lost Power When Depressing The Gas. The Check Engine Light And Reduced Po...
The car will not go. What should I check first?