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This 2005 is our 11th and last Honda Accord. It yaws to the right, the dealer is unable to explain, or repair, the cold-engine idle that moves the car at 8 MPH. The brakes grab and are not in need of replacement. The inside rear view mirror fell into my wife's lap too many times, the dealer unable to fix it or tell us how, so she glued it together with metal glue. The exterior paint seems to attract scratches. The gas cap cover winds itself up on the plastic string, turns on the engine warning light that only the dealer can reset and periodic maintenance is far too expensive;when you look at how little is done and how much they charge, you will seek alternative servicing. And the Honda in-take service advisers (?) work on commission. No mas.Report it
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