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Hi,

I am just curious to learn if anyone has had Honda Passport with more than 40,000 miles without any problems...?

If so, were there any major issues or repairs? Or does Passport look reliable for that 150,000-200,000 miles (or more).

What do your car mechanics/service teams estimate, as I always value what the service shop thinks?

Thanks & Regards!!!
 

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I just traded my 19 Passport Touring with 45K miles in for a new 21 Elite. The 19 was a great vehicle with zero problems, but they offered me $32k trade in on the new Elite, so I weakened. I had the 80k HondaCare warranty on the 19 and got a refund of $269 from Honda when I cancelled the warranty. I had really planned on the 19 being a long term vehicle, but life happens?

I would have no worries about running one for well over 100k miles as long as you follow the Maintenance minder and don't skimp on quality maintenance items.
 

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Dude here has 75,000 miles....

Love, love, love this video!!! Thanks for sharing :) I plan to keep my Passport as long as I can. Already have a 2011 Honda CRV, that's the best reliable car I have ever owned and fortunate to have owned! 0 issues on that so far 105,000. I hope and wish Passport does the same.
 

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I'd love to sink a bunch of money into our PP to get to the capability of JonD but our PP is just a bridge for us until we can land a 2022 or maybe a 2023 Nissan Frontier Pro4x w/ its 310HP, 281# torque V6, 9 speed transmission, Safety shield 360° viewing, memory foam seats, wireless charger, type C and A connections (my wife and I use different cell phone co. types), max 6750# towing with built in sway control and so much more. I've been watching and waiting on this rig for 9+ months. It's also made in Canton, Mississippi, America.

It will be our first Nissan but it will have EVERYTHING I've decided I want from 38 years of watching and waiting for my 1st 4x4. Frontier trucks are proven and bullet proof (knock on wood).

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Our household required a 3rd vehicle purchase for a child headed to college in August '21. Unfortunately, the delayed delivery of this referenced Nissan truck for later this summer (September '21 is the last known word) forced our hand to "settle" for the PP for now. Not a bad fall back.

This is not to diminish what a PP is and can do for you/us. It's simply an end to a means for us. It should hold enough of its value when we trade in, sooner rather than later. ✌🏼
 

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I'd love to sink a bunch of money into our PP to get to the capability of JonD but our PP is just a bridge for us until we can land a 2022 or maybe a 2023 Nissan Frontier Pro4x w/ its 310HP, 281# torque V6, 9 speed transmission, Safety shield 360° viewing, memory foam seats, wireless charger, type C and A connections (my wife and I use different cell phone co. types), max 6750# towing with built in sway control and so much more. I've been watching and waiting on this rig for 9+ months. It's also made in Canton, Mississippi, America.

It will be our first Nissan but it will have EVERYTHING I've decided I want from 38 years of watching and waiting for my 1st 4x4. Nissan trucks are proven and bullet proof (knock on wood).

Must see:

Our household required a 3rd vehicle purchase for a child headed to college in August '21. Unfortunately, the delayed delivery of this referenced Nissan truck for later this summer (September '21 is the last known word) forced our hand to "settle" for the PP for now. Not a bad fall back.

This is not to diminish what a PP is and can do for you/us. It's simply an end to a means for us. It should hold enough of its value when we trade in, sooner rather than later. ✌🏼
It does look like a nice Pick-Up Truck!
 

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I'd love to sink a bunch of money into our PP to get to the capability of JonD but our PP is just a bridge for us until we can land a 2022 or maybe a 2023 Nissan Frontier Pro4x w/ its 310HP, 281# torque V6, 9 speed transmission, Safety shield 360° viewing, memory foam seats, wireless charger, type C and A connections (my wife and I use different cell phone co. types), max 6750# towing with built in sway control and so much more. I've been watching and waiting on this rig for 9+ months. It's also made in Canton, Mississippi, America.

It will be our first Nissan but it will have EVERYTHING I've decided I want from 38 years of watching and waiting for my 1st 4x4. Nissan trucks are proven and bullet proof (knock on wood).

Must see:

Our household required a 3rd vehicle purchase for a child headed to college in August '21. Unfortunately, the delayed delivery of this referenced Nissan truck for later this summer (September '21 is the last known word) forced our hand to "settle" for the PP for now. Not a bad fall back.

This is not to diminish what a PP is and can do for you/us. It's simply an end to a means for us. It should hold enough of its value when we trade in, sooner rather than later. ✌🏼
I'd be a bit leary of Nissan products. Are they not still struggling and doesn't Renault and the French have their fingers in things. The bullet proof trucks were from years ago when they were Datsun and the real Nissan.
 

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I'd be a bit leary of Nissan products. Are they not still struggling and doesn't Renault and the French have their fingers in things. The bullet proof trucks were from years ago when they were Datsun and the real Nissan.
Frontier trucks are still solid. As for other Nissan cars, they are garbage. To this day, I've never once considered purchasing that brand.

My brother owns a repair shop (30+ years and "he has the ultimate set of tools...waah"😂) and reiterates this is the case, along with the Scotty Kilmer channel (ref: YouTube). I trust his 53 years as a mechanics experience like my own family member.
 

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NISSAN trucks are still solid. As for the rest of the Nissan cars, they are garbage that to this day never even considered purchasing. New or old makers.

My brother owns a repair shop (30+ years and "he has the ultimate set of tools...waah"😂) and reiterates this is the case, along with the Scotty Kilmer channel (ref: YouTube). I trust his 53 years as a mechanics experience like my own family member.
Good luck with your French NISSAN. :) (seriously, I hope you get a good one)
Scotty Kilmero_Oo_Oo_O
 

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It's not a French truck.

The long proven chassis is staying the same and the "new" engine/tranny combo has been consumer tested for 2 years now in the last 2 truck years home and abroad. No real first year model issues to be concerned about.
 

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200,000 miles with "no issues" is asking a lot. But we also have to define "issues." IMHO, bad alternators, starters and the like are not "issues" per se, especially once youre over 100,000 miles. Those are items that wear out and can eventually fail on all cars. I would think we are talking major things, like the engine or trans completely failing, excessive corrosion, etc.
 

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200,000 miles with "no issues" is asking a lot. But we also have to define "issues." IMHO, bad alternators, starters and the like are not "issues" per se, especially once youre over 100,000 miles. Those are items that wear out and can eventually fail on all cars. I would think we are talking major things, like the engine or trans completely failing, excessive corrosion, etc.
200,000 miles on a vehicle o_O (issues or no issue) is insanely boring. That is like wearing the same pair of shoes every day for ten years straight.
 

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200,000 miles on a vehicle o_O (issues or no issue) is insanely boring. That is like wearing the same pair of shoes every day for ten years straight.
Interesting life philosophy, Pass/Denv . . . so just how long you been married . . . to your current wife? :rolleyes::unsure: Ten years?
Insanely boring??!? o_O


My '08 CR-V just passed 192,000 miles, and still works fine. Driven daily, it is still useful, comfortable, and handsome like a 10 year old pair of cowboy boots.
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Hoping our Passport provides my wife (of 41 years) and I with that same Honda durability, reliability, years of service, and usefulness :love:
 

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My brother has the 2009 Pilot and has had 0 problems at 120,000 miles. Just standard stuff like brakes and tires. He’s gonna run it in the ground and has no plan on selling it.
 

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Interesting life philosophy, Pass/Denv . . . so just how long you been married . . . to your current wife? :rolleyes::unsure: Ten years?
Insanely boring??!? o_O


My '08 CR-V just passed 192,000 miles, and still works fine. Driven daily, it is still useful, comfortable, and handsome like a 10 year old pair of cowboy boots.
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Hoping our Passport provides my wife (of 41 years) and I with that same Honda durability, reliability, years of service, and usefulness :love:
Ditto to your interesting philosophy. You actually do compare an inanement hunk of metal to a person and that is rather strange. Does your wife really appreciate you comparing her to a 13 year old boring Honda? Are you still watching that 1979 20" RCA color TV because it still works fine? 😁
 
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