There are many different vehicles in the Honda lineup, including the Passport, which is a line of SUV vehicles. At first, the car was a badge engineered version of the Isuzu Rodeo. The Passport was first introduced in 1993 for the 1994 model year to step into the growing SUV market in the states. The car was a partnership between Isuzu and Honda in the 90s. The Passport was discontinued in 2002 when the partnership ended. Then, in 2018, the brand announced the Passport nameplate would be returning as a crossover SUV that was placed between the CR-V and Pilot in the lineup. The Passport is a two-row mid-size crossover SUV. The car was unveiled at the Los Angeles Auto Show in 2018. Whether you’re driving the first-generation Passport that was introduced in the 90s or the reintroduced nameplate, you need to be sure you’re using high quality parts on it. Only OEM Honda parts are going to give you the proper fit and long-lasting performance your car needs. You can find a great selection here on our site.