Honda Passport Forum banner

1 - 20 of 34 Posts

·
Registered
Joined
·
152 Posts
Discussion Starter #1
I'm looking forward to customizing my 2019 Passport :)

Here's what I've ordered so far:
  1. Covercraft sunscreen (Amazon)
  2. 3D Maxpider first and second row Kagu Rubber floor mats (Amazon)
  3. Honda cargo tray for the PP (Bernardi)
  4. Key Fob cover (Amazon)

And here's what I'm thinking about adding:
  1. LED lights for the full interior
  2. Front and read dashcam (may reuse the one I have)
  3. Opticoat ceramic exterior coating
  4. Cargo net or keep a weeks worth of groceries from sliding around in the back.
 

·
Registered
Joined
·
152 Posts
Discussion Starter #2
I actually ordered this a couple of days before getting my PP so I'd have it around when the PP was with me: Gold Shield 5L - Car Cover for Honda Passport 2019 SUV 4-Door (link).

Fit is good. You can see it covers all the way past 50% of the tires. 1 nit is that the plastic buckles on the two straps go over the body when you drape it on the SUV. I don't like that and may just cut the straps off as the cover has tautness to it without the straps and won't blow off. Or I might tape the buckle to the outside of the cover and then drape it over the PP. The interior is soft and felt like and I think it won't scratch the paint.

IMG_20190704_112031.jpg IMG_20190704_112048.jpg IMG_20190704_112059.jpg
 

·
Registered
Joined
·
152 Posts
Discussion Starter #3
Got my Covercraft sunshade today and it's a disappointment for me. Theres a good 1-2" gap in coverage along the drivers edge of the windshield. I'm going to keep looking for something that covers more windshield real estate. :confused:
 

·
Registered
Joined
·
304 Posts

·
Registered
Joined
·
152 Posts
Discussion Starter #5
Bummer bro. I went with the Covercraft UVS100 and it fits pretty good. A bit more of a gap around the rearview mirror than I'd like but the overall coverage seems good; seems to do the job.

Found out it was a different product number than what stevenD has so I'm going to try and get one of those.
 

·
Registered
Joined
·
304 Posts
Just FYI. Here is my Covercraft sunshade:



 

·
Registered
Joined
·
152 Posts
Discussion Starter #9 (Edited)
Got my LED order from superbrightleds.com. I ordered a couple of different bulbs in different colour temps to find out which we like best.

The vanity mirrors had only a single option - here it is on the left with stock on the right:
View attachment DSC04180_small.jpg

And for the rest of the cabin I'm trying out Warm White (WW), Natural White (NW) and Cool White (CW).

Here's the WW LEDs in the front. May try the other colour temps in the 2nd and 3rd row for a while before deciding on one.
View attachment DSC04181_small.jpg

I've also received an LED for the glove box but won't get around to installing that until the weekend.
 

·
Registered
Joined
·
152 Posts
Discussion Starter #11
Finally got my Cup Holder Hero liners: https://cupholderhero.com/products/passport?variant=29389839892598

Here's my review:
  • Good quality overall
  • Not an exact fit / precision fit (like same some floor liners) - but very close. I have no issues with them.
  • Not super easy to figure out the orientation when installing - it's really a puzzle as they claim in the manual :p
  • Adds even more character to the inside of the PP ;)
  • Will help prevent rattling to some extent when you place coins and such in any of the bins.
  • Didn't realise I would get any liner for the cargo area and was super please I they provide 2 for the smaller cargo bins.
  • Wish they had a liner for the central console storage area and the under floor storage in the back.
Front console and coin tray:

IMG_20190718_074902.jpg IMG_20190717_185221.jpg

Front doors:

IMG_20190717_185814.jpg IMG_20190717_190601.jpg

Rear doors:
IMG_20190717_185058.jpg IMG_20190717_185817.jpg

Forgot to take a picture of the rear in seat cup holders. Those would need the 2 sided tape else one liner always keeps popping out when you put away the armrest.

Cargo area:

IMG_20190717_190131.jpg IMG_20190717_190135.jpg

Overall very happy with this purchase. Will report back on how easy it is to clean them and how useful they turn out to be.
 

·
Super Moderator
2019 Passport Elite, Modern Steel (3/19)
Joined
·
1,569 Posts
Finally got my Cup Holder Hero liners: https://cupholderhero.com/products/passport?variant=29389839892598

Here's my review:
  • Good quality overall
  • Not an exact fit / precision fit (like same some floor liners) - but very close. I have no issues with them.
  • Not super easy to figure out the orientation when installing - it's really a puzzle as they claim in the manual :p
  • Adds even more character to the inside of the PP ;)
  • Will help prevent rattling to some extent when you place coins and such in any of the bins.
  • Didn't realise I would get any liner for the cargo area and was super please I they provide 2 for the smaller cargo bins.
  • Wish they had a liner for the central console storage area and the under floor storage in the back.
Front console and coin tray:

View attachment 3504 View attachment 3505

Front doors:

View attachment 3507 View attachment 3508

Rear doors:
View attachment 3510 View attachment 3509

Forgot to take a picture of the rear in seat cup holders. Those would need the 2 sided tape else one liner always keeps popping out when you put away the armrest.

Cargo area:

View attachment 3511 View attachment 3512

Overall very happy with this purchase. Will report back on how easy it is to clean them and how useful they turn out to be.
Those look awesome! I just added them to my Amazon cart!
 

·
Registered
Joined
·
276 Posts
Will put mine in this weekend. Liked them a lot in our CRV.
 

·
Registered
Joined
·
152 Posts
Discussion Starter #15
Key covers

I tried this at first: https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B07RSSMVNR/ref=ppx_yo_dt_b_asin_title_o03_s00?ie=UTF8&psc=1
and promptly decided I didn't like it. It was hard to know if you hit a button or not because of lack of tactile feedback. The light cutout wasn't clear either. The horn button didn't have a label on top of it. It was super hard to put on or remove. You couldn't remove the key while the cover was on.

I found silicone covers and I love them: https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B01N9G0ZX9/ref=ppx_yo_dt_b_asin_title_o07_s00?ie=UTF8&psc=1

IMG_20190719_190652.jpg

The detail for the buttons is great. They feel great in my hand and have a lot less bulk that the previous cover. I think these are really minimalist which is what I like. You need to peel back the cover a bit to access the latch for the key. The light cutout is great too. And the logo cutout adds style. :)
 

·
Registered
Joined
·
152 Posts
Discussion Starter #16
One of my peeves is driving around with the dealers name anywhere on the vehicle. So I had to search for a plate holder. Continuing the silicone trend I picked up these: https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B07CV5PLFM/ref=ppx_yo_dt_b_asin_title_o06_s00?ie=UTF8&psc=1.
I am impressed with them. I'm still on temporary printouts so we'll see how well the plates from the DMV fit in them. They have a 6 colours available which is nice if you want to create a touch of colour on your vehicle or just want it to blend in. The nice thing with them being silicone is no rust that could happen on metal and not as brittle as plastic. I also think that these would be the least damaging to any painted areas they come into contact with. Attached a rear shot and closeup that shows the pattern (which probably doesn't matter since it will be covered by your plates ;) )

3530


3531


Now all I have left to do is plastidip those silver screws :cool:
 

·
Registered
Joined
·
276 Posts
Added the cup holder hero kit today. Like having them as things dont slide around. I would have liked the ones with the color, but SWMBO said no.
 

·
Super Moderator
Joined
·
2,463 Posts
Not sure if this is something that would interest you, but I had previously installed a high-end leather steering cover on one of my BMWs and loved the feel of it - plus it makes the steering wheel a larger diameter, which feel better in my hands, plus I was not happy with the look or feel of the OEM steering wheel cover on the Passport, I know it was supposedly leather, but it was stretched so tight that it had a hard an glossy feel to it, almost as if it was vinyl or plastic!

The Wheel Skins covers are awesome, they look and feel like REAL quality leather, they are somewhat easy to put on and the colors can be fully customizable by the purchaser, I opted with the two tone, with black on top and bottom and perforated charcoal on both sides. The Euro Purf Model

Here is the Link: https://wheelskins.com/

enjoy...
 
1 - 20 of 34 Posts
Top