HONDA PASSPORT ENGINE OIL Capacity and Specifications

Honda PASSPORT Engine Oil Capacity and Viscosity
Honda PASSPORT Engine Oil Capacity and Viscosity

Honda Passport Engine Oil Capacity and Specifications

Honda Passport Engine Oil Capacity and Specifications. Are you an owner of a Honda Passport car model? If you’re searching for Honda Passport engine oil details, this blog post covers the year of the Honda Passport, its engine model, oil capacity with and without filters, and oil specifications are all listed below.


1993-1997 Honda Passport – 3.2L V6

Engine Oil Capacity (without filter): 4.7 liters
Engine Oil Capacity (with filter): 5.2 liters
Engine Oil Specification and viscosity: API SJ, 5W-30

1998-2002 Honda Passport – 3.2L V6

Engine Oil Capacity (without filter): 4.7 liters
Engine Oil Capacity (with filter): 5.2 liters
Engine Oil Specification and viscosity: API SJ or SL, 5W-30

2019-2021 Honda Passport – 3.5L V6

Engine Oil Capacity (without filter): 4.4 liters
Engine Oil Capacity (with filter): 4.8 liters
Engine Oil Specification and viscosity: API SN or SP, 0W-20

Brief Information About Honda Passport

The Honda Passport is a line of sport utility vehicles (SUV) from the Japanese automaker Honda originally. It was introduced in 1993 for the 1994 model year as Honda‘s first entry into the growing SUV market of the 1990s in the United States. The first and second generation Passport was manufactured by Subaru Isuzu Automotive in Lafayette, Indiana, and Honda re-used a name from their motorcycle division, the Honda C75 Passport. The passport was a part of a partnership between Isuzus and Honda in the1990s, which saw an exchange of passenger vehicles from Honda to Isuzuv, such as the Isuzue Oasis, and trucks from Hasuzu to Honda,Such as the Passport and Acura SLX. In November 2018, Honda announced that the PASSport nameplate would return as a two-row mid-size crossover SUV slotted between the CR-V and Pilot. The third-generation Passport will be unveiled at Honda‘s factory in Lincoln, Alabama, and available for the 2019 model year.

The base model DX, mid-range LX, and upscale EX models were offered in three trims, while the LX models had an optional 4-speed automatic transmission, optional four-wheel-drive (4WD) and a 3.2 L V6 engine producing 130.5 kW (175 hp; 177 PS) as standard. The Passport is the second generation of Honda Pilot and is based on the third-generation Honda Pilot. It features two trim levels, LX and EX, with the LX trim featuring leather seats, 2-tone exterior colors, and a CD changer, and an optional set of 16 in (406 mm) wheels. In 2010, a recall was issued for affected vehicles due to rust issues on the Rodeo and Passport. The Passport competes against 2-row five-seater midsize crossovers like the Chevrolet Blazer, Ford Edge, Nissan Murano, and Subaru Outback.

All trim levels include Front Wheel Drive (FWD) as standard equipment, with All-Wheel-Drive (AWD) as an option, except for the “Elite” trim. The Passport models are equipped with a 3.5L J35Y6 V6, 280 hp, and 262 lb⋅ft, paired with a nine-speed automatic transmission, front-wheel drive, i-VTM4, optional drive settings, and two rows of seats for five passengers. For the 2021 model year, all trims received an 8-inch touchscreen, Apple CarPlay, and Android Auto as standard equipment. In 2019, Honda released a YouTube advertisement for the 2019 Passport, called the “Past-Port”, which featured a first-generation Passport‘s interior with features such as automatic power windows, an audio system, cassette player, and a pager holder. A special toll free number (1-833-PAST-PORT) is also available, with a voice message from Fred Savage and a voicemail on Honda‘s microcassette answering machine. The Passport was facelifted for the 2022 model year with a new front end and a new TrailSport trim level.
Thank you! This information was researched and compiled by: Erwin C. Salarda


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