American Honda Motor Co. Inc. has stopped making the Passport SUV, backing off plans to keep it in the lineup until at least the ’03 model year. The auto maker instead is offering full support to the all-new Pilot SUV, a car-based Passport replacement, due to market in June. Passport production ended with 287 units built in January, Honda officials confirm. Honda dealers will offer incentives to clear out the last units of the truck-based SUV that debuted in 1993 as a ’94 model. ...
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