First and last Honda.
We get only 12 MPG in city and the dealership says it is within specs.
At 55K miles on 3rd battery, tire rods had to be replaced, power steering pump replaced and now the motor mounts being replace.
When we took it in for the tire rods they informed us that the motor mounts were bad, however, they failed to tell us it was under warranty and wanted us to pay $1K.
Read the warranty book and found out it was covered.
Discussed with the service manager and got a BS excuse for not informing us that it was covered.
Piece of junk.
We like the room but the quality is not what I expected from a honda.
Going back to GM.
We also had to replace our power steering pump on our 2007 Odyssey, but it was recalled (2011). I submitted the receipt to Honda and they reimbursed us ($400+). Its worth contacting the company if you did not get a letter about the recall.
Also, look for another dealer. It sounds like you're being treated poorly by the one you have...Good luck!
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