Passport Suspension Buy Honda Passport Suspension
Following on the 94-97 Passport Suspension, Honda introduced a second-generation version for 98. Similar to Isuzu's Rodeo, the mid-size SUV was slightly larger than before, and delivered more V-6 power. Passport Suspensions were built at a Subaru plant in Indiana, right alongside the nearly identical Isuzu Rodeo. Passport Suspensions differed mainly in model choices, cosmetic details, and available features. Two models LX and upscale EX, each available with rear-drive or on demand 4 wheel drive. An improved version of Isuzu's 3.2 L twin cam V6 engine, packing 15 more horsepower and 26 more pound-feet of torque than before, went under the hood. An auto transmission was standard on EX and an option on LX, replacing the standard 5 speed gearbox.
Passport Suspension makes a huge difference on a cars performance. Do you want to drop your car? Or maybe you're interested in the performance aspect. The Passport Suspension ins your vehicle can make a huge different on the ride and look. If its too spongy it will be hard to take fast corners. If its too high it will make big wheels look funny, kind of like a SUV. I'm sure you don't want to make your vehicle that you spent so much money yon looking funky? All it takes is the right shock/coilover and strut to make your car slammed. Its not always good to go too low as you can scratch your bumper or damage the bottom of your car on bumpers and pot holes.