Bad car. Donít buy it. Uncomfortable seats, extra loud alarm chimes and a cheap rattling interior made me sell this car after 6,700 miles. No excuse. Honda costs a couple of thousand more than many of its competitors' cars. The plastic interior is poorly assembled and it's loud. The cabin electrical wires are housed in a noisy corrugated plastic hose that vibrates at highway speeds. The seats are soft and have no support for long drives. Alarm chimes are aggressive and startling. I want to be reminded, not punished. This was my third and last new Honda. No more, thanks.
Nice styling - but looks can be deceiving.
Improve seats. Stop using the cheapest plastic interior parts. Soften the alarms. Give more content/features for the money. Use the 2.0 liter engine in all models. Tighten up the shift lever. Offer bluetooth package in all models.
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