Manufactured by Isuzu Motors, the Honda Passport was a badge-engineered collaboration between the two automakers. Since Isuzu was no longer making passenger cars, and Honda was not making any SUV's, they each borrowed from each others' lines and put their emblems on the body panels. It was built in an assembly plant in Lafayette, Indiana using mostly Isuzu and GM parts. As a result, Honda Passport parts are not going to be shared with many, if any, other Honda vehicles. But it was a durable and reliable vehicle for that time.