Both trucks are similarly equipped, with a leveling kit that adds 1.5 inches of ground clearance, aftermarket 18-inch wheels shod in chunky all-terrain tires, and Jsport’s own skid plates so in case you do try to clear something too tall. The Passport gets a little extra love in the form of a new Jsport rear spare tire carrier and some Baja Designs off-road lighting.
Some practicality and camping additions were also added. Each truck gets Jsport side steps and roof racks, with the Ridgeline’s supplemented by a bed rack. On top is a Roofnest pop-up tent. The Ridgeline even gets a Honda generator for powering anything from a laptop to a cooktop.
Everything shown on the Ridgeline is currently available from Jsport and other manufacturers. Many of those parts are shared with the Passport, though items like the spare tire carrier aren’t out yet.