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Honda Passport
From 1993 until 2002, Honda made a midsize SUV called the Passport. It was a rebadged Isuzu Rodeo, and it was a rushed attempt by Honda to get an entry in the white-hot American SUV market. It must have worked well, as they kept selling them for 9 years.
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When the entry level DX trim line on this SUV was discontinued, it left an opening for Honda to build its own entry level SUV. This led to the creation of the CR-V. The Passport was always criticized for being behind the times in terms of design, especially when compared to the more refined Ford Explorer and Jeep Grand Cherokee.

There were two generations of the Passport. The first generation, which was sold from 1993 until 1997, came with either an I4 engine making a measly 120 horsepower or a V6 engine making 175 horsepower. The second generation, sold from 1998 until 2002, included a 205 horsepower V6 engine.

The Passport was discontinued to make room for the Pilot, which is still made today.

If you are thinking about buying one of these Passports, I urge you to look around for the best price. You can probably find one listed in your local car classifieds, depending on how big your local area is. If not, try checking on eBay. Those listings typically sell for less than private seller deals in the real world, and much less than used dealer prices. They also have plenty of parts if you're looking to fix one up.

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