My daughter bought this car thinking Honda was a quality product.
What a huge disappointment.
It is hard to be happy with a product when the company put out a lemon. You can read many many complaints about the transmissions on these things.
Yes her transmission went out. When she bought it used from a Honda dealer she noticed
it had a small drip of transmission fluid and asked the dealer to fix it. What they did not tell her there is no fixing it.
Torque converter problems bearing problems. Another transmission she had to pay for it and it still has problems. Yes, Honda, I will never buy another. I know my daughter will never buy another and this was her second.
It is blue, paint is peeling.
A transmission that works.
Paint that does not peel.
How about motor mounts that are a bit more accessible so when they go bad you can get to them.
Honda what where you doing?
The front motor mount bolt faces forward towards the radiator with no space? Why not put the bolt facing up, so when the bad transmissions go out you can actually reach them. How about just a little thought on being able to reach the bolts that are going to be taken out to work on all of the other bad products under the hood.
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