MIAMI, FLORIDA -- As all you Honda owners know recently Honda extended its Transmission warranty on some 2000 and 2001 models due to the fact that the transmisson on some of these vehicles fail. My transmission failed ... read full review16 Replies - Latest reply on 11/20/2012
Honda Marine 130 HP Outboard Motors
SOUTH CAROLINA -- Bought a Honda 130 HP outboard boat engine 10 years 3 months ago. This engine has 50 hours or less total operating time. Started having problems with the engine this month when I took my boat out of storage ... read full review1 Replies - Latest reply on 06/24/2012
HOUSTON, TEXAS -- I purchased a 2002 Honda Passport from Russle Smith Honda in Houston Texas fro the Fleet manager Ian Nylander, the transmission went out after 3 years, so i had the transmission replace at Goodson Honda ... read full review7 Replies - Latest reply on 08/21/2007
I am a structural specialist for people. After purchasing my 2010 Honda Civic, I discovered that the headrest was forcing my head too far forward, causing neck pain. I turned the headrest around and that solved the problem but now I could get wiplash if I were to be hit from behind. I have complained to American Honda but they won't do anything about it. I suggested that they supply me with a headrest that sits 3/4" further back. That would solve the problem and also prevent wiplash just as well as the placement of the present headrest.
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I have noticed that there are many similar complaints on the internet going back several years.
2011 Honda CRV Sucks
I own a 2009 CRV that I love so much I brought a 2011 version and gave the 2009 to my daughter to take to college. I have just gotten home from the Honda Service Center for the fourth time. I have had ... read full review5 Replies - Latest reply on 01/11/2014
Honda ignores repeat customer
TORRANCE, CALIFORNIA -- Perhaps the following representatives don’t share the marketing department’s efforts by ignoring a legitimate claim from a repeat customer who has bought a new EX model vehicle every 3 years during ... read full review5 Replies - Latest reply on 09/05/2010
Paint Honda Accord
ASHLAND, KENTUCKY -- In February, 2007 we bought a new Honda Accord. In April, 2007 we were hand washing it and we discovered small white chips where the clear coat had peeled. We told the dealership, received no satisfaction ... read full review2 Replies - Latest reply on 01/30/2012
Rear brakes have been an issue starting in first month of ownership.
The car was back a number of times to dealership for squealing brakes where the dealer said they know there is a problem but won't warranty since they're a wear item and could replace at $319.
Now after 24,000 miles the brakes are shot. I replaced the pads ($41) with an aftermarket set from Autozone. Now after 2-3 months I get a letter for a Class Action Settlement on the rear brakes. Honda will reimburse $125-$150 for rear brake repairs IF you buy their brakes. WTF !!! I'm going to pay them to fix their screw-up so they can give me half my money back ? Hell NO !!!
People were all over GM with their issues but I guess Honda is exempt from public scrutiny.
Recently I got a Check Gas Cap light on my dash. I checked it and it was on tight. I hadn't gotten gas for 3 days but it just appeared. I went to the dealer and 44 dollars later they informed me that if it did it again I would need a new gas cap. 22 dollars. First time in my life I ever had to replace or pay for a gas cap problem. I am 72 yrs old. The service clerk wanted to order a new cap right away and I said ok but later reading the maint. sheet it said to get one if it happened again. I may go Hyundai for the guarantee. 3 Replies - Latest reply on 12/09/2009Add reply
I have 180,000 miles on my 2001 Honda Odyssey and would expect to have had some trouble with it...after all...it is a machine. BUT....at 70,409 miles, the transmission went out. I took it in to the dealer and they replaced the transmission with no questions ask (very nice) The dealer explained that there was a problem with the transmissions and that Honda knew it and extended the coverage on them. At 70485 miles, the new transmission failed. It too was replaced...no real shock here... since it only lasted 74 miles. At 180,000 the transmission failed again. This time, no coverage. The transmission cost $3,000. 3 transmissions in 8 years... not very good. The longest lasting 110,000 miles. I would have expected better from Honda. I got nearly 300,000 from my Buick.Add reply