4: Honda Passport
The Passport has the unique distinction of being one of the few Honda models that isn’t a Honda model. Honda needed an SUV to compete in the boom period during the ’90s. The company turned to Isuzu to rebadge the Rodeo SUV instead. The Rodeo wasn’t a bad SUV, but it wasn’t a Honda and buyers weren’t convinced.
One of the main reasons drivers buy a Honda is for the reliability, and the Passport just didn’t cut the mustard. Still, Honda sold the Passport for quite some time with minimal changes. Although the final generation of the SUV seemed to become more refined, enthusiasts are ready to see this thing vacate the road once and for all.