Modified versions of the Honda Passport crossover and Honda Ridgeline pickup truck will be showcased at the 2019 Overland Expo West in Flagstaff, Arizona.

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For the Passport, the transformation begins with a suspension lift kit from California-based Jsport, a new front skid plate and Nitto RidgeGrappler off-road tires on new Jsport wheels.

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Jsport also provided a roof rack, side steps, a new front bumper and a side-swing, externally mounted spare-tire holder. The final touches are a roof-mounted tent and extra LED lighting.

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The Passport offers up to 8.1 inches of ground clearance when equipped with all-wheel drive, making it capable of this type of off-road trip.

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The car is intended to appeal to overlanding enthusiasts -- people who take long off-roading trips and may camp in (or on) their vehicles.

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The Honda Ridgeline likewise receives several upgrades from Jsport, including a lift kit, a suspension leveling kit, side steps, new wheels and tires and extra skid plates.

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Honda says that all of the Jsport accessories shown on this truck can be purchased from the company now.

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The Ridgeline offers up to 7.9 inches of ground clearance when equipped with all-wheel drive.

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Roof and bed racks allow carrying more supplies, and there's a pop-up roof tent and a Honda EU2200i generator for longer trips away from the grid. 

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