Unfortunaetely it has taken the purchase of four Honda Accords and one Civic to finally get me to decide to not buy Hondas any more.
All of the Accords (years 1968, 1988, 1990 and 2000) have had major problems, and the Civic nickled and dimed me to death.
My current 2000 Accord V6 developed transmission problems within one week after purchase.
I did not buy the extended warranty because it took every penny I had to buy the car.
The Honda Dealership I bought it from said there's nothing they can do because I bought the car "As Is."
Now, I can't drive it, and need to save over $2000 to have the transmission rebuilt.
I know some have great Honda stories, but mine are nightmares.
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