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After driving a 1996 for 11 years, I couldn't agree more with your comments concerning the 2007 model. I wanted a manual, but found a good deal on the same model as yours with 36K. I'm wondering if this car is bullet proof like the last one because the transmission does the same thing as if it's a belt driven system which it obviously isn't. It acts more like a CVT system in a Nissan when placed in gear. Biggest complaint, the fuel mileage which lead me to read posts tonight. I current have this model and an I4 SE same year in the garage and both are disappointing on gas. I am running synthetic oil, changed the air cleaner, have run fuel injector cleaner and I'm getting 20 mpg period. I have to admit, my foot is in this car quite a bit, but even on the highway it's ridiculous on gas. It makes me wonder what a Pilot truly gets on the road. The 17" rims versus the 16" on the SE really kills the ride. The tires do struggle with grip which will make me really think about tire brands when I go to replace. Needless to say, I miss the 30+ per gallon I got with the 1996 coupe. Should have kept the car with 250K on it. Gave it to the son!Report it
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