Honda does produce some SUV models that can handle light off-road driving and rough terrain to a certain extent. These models include:
Honda CR-V: The Honda CR-V is a popular compact SUV known for its versatility. While it’s primarily designed for on-road use, it can handle light off-road situations and gravel roads.
Honda Passport: The Honda Passport is a midsize SUV that offers better ground clearance and off-road capabilities compared to some of Honda’s other models. It can handle mild off-road terrain but is not intended for hardcore off-roading.
Honda Pilot: The Honda Pilot is a larger SUV with optional all-wheel drive (AWD) that can provide better traction on slippery surfaces or light off-road conditions.
If you are interested in off-road vehicles specifically designed for more challenging off-road adventures, you may want to consider other brands that specialize in producing dedicated off-road SUVs. Brands like Jeep, Toyota (with models like the Toyota Land Cruiser and Toyota 4Runner), and Land Rover offer vehicles with more robust off-road capabilities.