I have owned car lot for 8 years and have had good luck with hondas. This one was different. The beautiful design of the exterior and the good quality found in past hondas is why I bought it. The seat is rock hard so on 2 hr drives my legs and back hurt. Very uncomfortable car. this car sits very low making it difficult to get in and out. also difficult to find a position to hold the steering wheel so that you can rest your arm while driving. At 7500 miles the front suspension started making a popping sound when stopping and starting off.
Honda fixed this free, but it started back the next day.
The back also squeaked on bumpy road. Traded in with less than 10 k for a Ford F150.
Beautiful exterior. Averaged 28.5 mpg.
Somebody give some thought to making the car at least moderately comfortable.
People expect quality when they buy a honda.
Not multiple repairs starting at 7500 miles.
In my opinion this car is a joke compared to the quality associated with much earlier honda year models. The F 150 super crew cab was only about 6000 more dollars and there is no comparison to the options and all around drive quality that the ford gives versus the honda.
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