More than two decades ago I owned a 1996 Honda Passport (making me a candidate for the faux Pastport) in which the infotainment system consisted of an AM/FM cassette player. For its re-entry into the current crossover-crazy market, the ’19 Passport retains the off-road pedigree of its predecessor, since it’s based on the platform used for Honda’s Ridgeline pickup, but is modernized with the latest connected infotainment and driver assists. Honda made a major UX misstep ...

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