2013 Honda Crosstour Consumer Review: Severe Floor Board Shake - hes

2013 Honda Crosstour - Consumer Review

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EX-L 4dr Hatchback (3.5L V6 AWD 6-speed Automatic)

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Severe Floor Board Shake - hesitation
By lneil06 on


2013 Honda Crosstour EX-L 4dr Hatchback AWD (3.5L 6cyl 6A)


This is our second V6 AWD crosstour. We have a severe floor board shake at 22mph- 30mph. If you in stop and go traffic - the car will even hesitate along with shaking the floorboards and gas pedal. This is a major design flaw and it's much worse in normal drive then in S drive - using the paddle shifters. The car also shakes real hard at 70-78mph on the highway as - tires are balanced This is a Engine and or Transmission design flaw. Had it in our 2010 and now worse in our 2013 - The put the VCM in the Acura RDX and people are complaining about the same problem. I'm just waiting for something to break loose under the hood and cause a accident. HONDA FIX YOUR MAJOR DESIGN FLAW

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There is a lot of seat space front and back. Still not happy with the major Engine/Transmission design flaw

Suggested Improvements

Fix your flawed VCM (Variable Cylinder Management) engine design, and transmission problems. And now see that you brought the VCM to Acura and now Acura people are complaining. Honda needs to get back to what they used to do well. Make cars reliable with solid designs and engineering. They really need to start taking care of the customers and are failing by continuing with a severe engineering disaster.
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