Bought this car brand new - thought it was such a life saver for twin babies. On the way home from the dealer some maintenance light comes on. Every time I turn around some warning/maintenance light comes. I have owned lots of other Hondas and maintenance was never an issue. I am surprised a maintenance light hasn't come on to maintenance the maintenance light for $500. Maintenance A, B what a piece of junk.
The after market DVD player with remote control and headsets for my twins enjoyment.
What is up with those PAX tires? Why would a car dealer put 20,000 mile tires that cost $1,200 to replace on a minivan that is driven 20,000 miles per year. What village is missing their idiot?
The maintenance minder light comes on every 6000 to 7000 miles to remind you to change oil, rotate tires, or whatever maintenance is needed.
It is easy to turn off once you have done the maintenance.
What's wrong with that?
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