Most other manufacturers wouldn't provide any funnel. At least Honda did. I think the cap-less fuel has 2 little spring loaded doors... the first one you see and the other behind that one an inch or so more in.
Staying on the subject have you guys noticed the emergency release for the fuel fill door incase the button on your door doesn't work in the rear driver side cubby.My Ridgeline had one behind the rear driver side seat.
Remember: The funnel can also be used for siphoning fuel out of the fuel tank - for when the lawn mower fuel is at empty, of course, and one doesn't want to make a special trip to t he local fuel station. At least I surmise that can be done.
The manuel advises you to put car in car wash mode if the car will be unattended. Can you just stay in regular neutral if you are not going to leave the car. I don’t want to damage the car.
How do you get out of neutral at the end of car wash? I was told you put foot on brake and then switch...
Curious what other owners experiences are with paint quality and durability, especially scratch and chip resistance. Just bought an AWD Touring and am considering paint protection film for the front half.
First off, I’m posting this video because I want everyone to be aware of possible paint issues. I love our Honda’s and wouldn’t even consider another manufacture. If I saw this video before I bought our HR-V & Passport it wouldn’t of altered my decision to buy them.
Just because they like the look?
The PP is so high it would be hard for me to put stuff up there, and
The PP has no so space inside, I'm sure it can handle all my camping gear without needing to put it up on top..
But I do think the Roof Bars do made it look a bit more rugged and less like a...
While making my purchase decision, I was frustrated that I couldn't find any photos that showed how the hitch would integrate into the rear bumper with the Adventure Package. Here's the photos from when we picked up our Passport from the dealer with the hitch installed.