Honda wants to show off its rugged side. The Japanese carmaker recently debuted two concept cars during the 2019 Overland Expo West in Flagstaff, Arizona, each one highlighting how you can make your Honda vehicle more off-road-ready.
The Honda Adventure Lifestyle Projects put the all-new 2019 Honda Passport SUV and the 2019 Honda Ridgeline pickup truck at center stage. Each model is equipped with Jsport performance accessories to make them even more off-road-ready and capable of taking you on your next adventure.
The Passport Adventure Lifestyle Project is equipped with the vehicle’s available all-wheel drive. Its ride height has been increased by 1.5 inches in the front, using a Jsport lift kit, while a new front skid plate adds to the SUV’s durability. Exclusive Jsport KMC XD 18-inch wheels and a roof rack from the company has also been adding, along with a Roofnest Sandpiper rooftop tent. These features, which you can add to your own Passport, are capped off by front and rear external lighting solutions from Baja Designs.
For the Ridgeline Adventure Lifestyle Project, the Ridgeline Black Edition was used to create a truck ready for adventure. Skid plates, off-road wheels and tires, along with a leveling kit help to increase the pickup’s overland capability. Jsport sidesteps give you easy access to the new roof rack system.
If you’re interested in how you can modify your Honda with Honda after-market accessories, visit Love Honda to learn more.