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Just bought a 2013 with 200 miles and notice it. Although, sometimes I feel like I'm looking for it, but others times I definitely notice it. Has to be a way to turn it off!Report it
I have 5500 miles on mine. It's doing the same thing. So what is Honda going to do about it??Report it
I also have a 2012 Pilot Touring with just over 5000 miles. It too vibrated at around 60-65 mph. I took it back to my dealership last Thursday and they told me my passenger side tire was out of balance. I then drove the next day 150 miles on the highway and there was still a vibration (not as severe) at the same mph. I took the vehicle back to the dealership today. I waited 2 hours and was then told that all the other tires were in balance and that the tech updated my ECO system. Also, that the Tech and the Tech's boss took it for a test drive and didn't notice a thing. I drove it home and there is still a vibration at the same speed. Not sure what to do next.Report it
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