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I agree that the automatic transmission in this car is less than savory, mine still hasn't gone yet at 189000. I have had a couple acquaintances replace theirs, either at Honda expense, or if after the mileage that is allowed, for a discounted price. My cousin had hers replaced on her dime at the dealership for around $1500. Not bad, as it was also the updated tranny, weak points bulked up. Some of the figures in this review seem bloated. I have an automatic and haven't had it go out yet. Most people I have talked to stated their transmission swap at the dealership, with a beefed up transmission, spent arount $1500, not 2300. Also, I got brand new sway bar bushings that made my ride tighter and noise free and it cost me around $20 with shipping. Shop around. I go all genuine Honda.Report it
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