I have had this car for 60K miles. It has been OK in general, but these cars are supposed to be really reliable. It isn't. I have the manual six speed transmission. At around 32K miles the car would not go into reverse. I brought it in and they ultimately ended up replacing the entire transmission (under warranty). Now at 61K miles, the power steering pump has failed and needs to be replaced. This seems to be low mileage for this to be failing. I have had no other problems, but these two problems are major. I will not be buying another Acura.
Overall build and interior comfort
When major components fail, the customer needs to be given a reason they should come back and buy again. Offer incentives to customers whose cars experience major problems.
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