Honda Passport Maintenance Schedule
The rugged two-row Passport is Honda’s all-new SUV designed for a variety of different adventures, on and off the pavement. But just like any vehicle, it needs some routine maintenance – oil changes, tire rotations, and visual inspection of tire tread and engine components – to keep it operating at its peak level. After all, you don’t want an issue to come up, especially when you’re out on the trails. Honda products are known for their undemanding upkeep, reliability, and longevity; their owners just need to keep a simple maintenance schedule as indicated by various mileage intervals.
7,500-Mile Interval Services
Honda advises its drivers to have their oil and filter changed after every 7,500 miles driven, in addition to a tire rotation and safety inspection. A basic and minor service with an oil change as its main objective is performed at each interval of 7,500 miles that is not also a 30,000-mile interval (7,500, 15,000, 22,500, and 37,500 miles, etc.). As part of the safety inspection, a service technician will check the brakes, belts, and hoses for any sign of a developing issue, which can then be fixed before it leads to a more extensive repair. Your service department will also keep you informed in the unlikely case that there has been a recall announced for the Passport.
When your Passport’s odometer reaches the 30,000-mile point, it’s time for a more extensive service, consisting of another oil change and tire rotation, plus an inspection on the brakes, tires, belts, hoses, and fluid reservoirs. At this point, your Passport may need brake pad replacement as well as changing of the brake fluid, transmission fluid, and engine coolant. Other recommended services at this interval include replacing the spark plugs, air filter, and fuel filter. This very important service should be repeated every 30,000 miles (60,000 miles, 90,000 miles, 120,000 miles, etc.).