After a while you will get to know the vehicle. But yes a trail cam would be a nice option. As it is I'm using the hood seam for parking. Heck, I'm even using the GOAL system to spot where I need to park. Driving a personal vehicle is no different than any other piece of equipment when it comes to not banging it up.The vehicle should have a front facing camera though, calling it a trailsport with no trail cam makes no sense to me.
Indeed the Passport should have had these from 2019, seemingly waking up late, Honda is now giving the 2023 Pilot Trailsport and Elite trims front facing cameras and top down 360 degrees view cameras.The vehicle should have a front facing camera though, calling it a trailsport with no trail cam makes no sense to me. Top down 360 view would be nice too like the rovers have but sadly they'll probably save that for the Acura line.
At the risk of turning this into a tire thread, how were you able to stuff that tire into a stock Passport without rubbing? I'm assuming you did some major modifications to get this done.My wife was banging up her 2020 Touring OEM wheels really bad until I switched the 20" wheels to 18" with 265/60R18 tires. Now she has curb rubbing marks on the tires instead curb rash on the alloy wheels.
That's good to know. Is this is also at full compressed suspension when turned as well? I would think the stock Trailsport wheels will give a little more sidewall pushing out as they are a narrower rim than the Ridgeline.I also have 265x65x18 tires Absolutely no tire rubbing fender well.
It rubs slightly in reverse with the steering at full lock, however, there's no damage to the fender lining or the tires. I suppose the tires (Michelin Defender LTX M/S) also helps because they don't have chunky treads but if you go through the tire discussions you will see that many 2019-2021 Passport owners are running 265/60R18 without any problems even with tires that have aggressive treads.At the risk of turning this into a tire thread, how were you able to stuff that tire into a stock Passport without rubbing? I'm assuming you did some major modifications to get this done.
I have measured and I don't see any way to put larger tires even with a lift unless I do a wheel well chop and some serious offset wheels. My stock tires come within a 1/4"of hitting at full turn and compressed suspension.