Average User Score
4.5 ⁄ 5 stars
Based on 2 reviews
2002 Honda Passport Overview
Overall User Score
Based on 2 reviews
Designed and built by Isuzu, the 2002 Honda Passport is a light, small, minivan whose look remains unchanged since 2000 and whose crash worthiness tests rank as only marginal. It comes in either regular drive or 4WD.
Its 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.
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Honda Passport Questions
Have a 2002 passport 6 cyl and when depressing 4x4 button nothing happens..shift lever wont move either...but car runs fine...literally happened over night...havent used 4x4 since last snow fall.oth...
2002 Honda Passport - My Park Lights Blink For About Five Minutes After I ...
02 Passport- Front Rotors
I have a 2002 passport.It needs front rotors.My Haynes manuael tells me I need to dissasembile(take apart) the aouto hubs.Now ,My honda does not have aouto hubs, Its got the drive axle going into the ...
Passport Ex 4wd 2002 Auto
My SUV works fine when the weather above 50F. When it gets close to freezing temp, the indicator light won't turn on upon start up (while the engine is on). After a good 3min warmup, I put it on Drive...
Door Wont Open..
My front passenger door wont open from the outside.. has to be opened from the inside. Any idea what would be causing this?