I puchased a certified Honda Civic LX one year ago. After only one year, the driver side window stopped working. It required a new regulator and motor, which incurred a cost of nearly $500. This is not an isolated incident. I have heard several stories of other Honda owners who also have window problems. It ha to be a defect in the manufacturing. Add reply
2001 Honda Civic
DENVER, COLORADO -- On January 9, 2001 I leased a 2001 Honda Civic. Since that time I have had to take my car in to replace the front strut, repair the driver's side door handle, and check two recall notices. All of this ... read full review2 Replies - Latest reply on 12/09/2001
PICAYUNE, MISSISSIPPI -- I bought a 2008 Honda Accord LXV6 a week ago and my back is killing me!! The seat is concave, your shoulders are pushed forward, and the lumbar support is a joke. The worst part is that the headrests are built so that they push your head forward. You cannot sit up straight at all. You cannot adjust the headrests, either. They go up or down, but not forward or back, so you have to sit there with your head craned forward. It's extremely uncomfortable and irritating.
3 Replies - Latest reply on 08/18/2009Add reply
I have to use a pillow behind my back to pull me forward so I can hold my head straight up and not hit the headrest. Can you get different headrests at least?
Honda Paint,clear Coat Dissolving
UNITED STATES, FLORIDA -- In 2008 we purchased a brand new Honda Civic from the Proctor Honda dealership in Tallahassee, Florida. 2 and a half years after this the paint on the roof started to look funny, after reviewing others ... read full review3 Replies - Latest reply on 09/30/2013
Worst Experience Ever
MESA, ARIZONA -- Several months ago I tried to tell my service advisor that there was something wrong with my car. I told them the transmission didn't feel right and that it wasn't driving correctly. It would shake and ... read full review
MELBOURNE, FLORIDA -- 2008 Honda CR-V blows hot air (90 degrees per dealers statement) from lower vent, while blowing 68 degrees from upper and side vents. Dealer tells me this is normal, but I disagree, since this started ... read full review
Bought brand new in 2001. Just started having a humming/squealing in right rear wheel when backing. Only notice when the brake is barely applied. Took wheel off, turned wheel and applied brake and didn't hear any noise. Put wheel back on and problem is steel there. The car is immaculate and only has 60,000 miles. It is my wife's car and she is 66 years old so the car has never been abused.
2 Replies - Latest reply on 06/10/2011Add reply
Do you have any suggestions?
Honda Accord EX V6 3.0L
TORRANCE, CALIFORNIA -- Honda Accord EX V6 3.0L with 44,000 miles. Received error code 0780 "Death of transmission". My ABS braking locked up - I would have had a serious accident had I made it 10 more feet onto Route 53. ... read full review1 Replies - Latest reply on 05/01/2011
I bought my first Honda Civic coupe in 2007. I have regretted this buy ever since the day I drove off the lot. Right from the time I drove off with my Honda there was a problem. If I would have known, I would have brought it back in the first month and never looked back. There was a shake in the tire from the start and I went to the dealership and they tried to accommodate me by changing the tires. It still had a shake but I endured it. The alignment is very fragile, so they say, I lost a pair of new winter tires which were all worn in the inside due to alignment problem. They never admitted fault. Then it was my passenger seat, it was defective, they responded by making me pay for the labor and they would pay the part. Then my sun visor broke, the mechanism inside is no good, tow years later it broke again and they refused to replace it now because it is past warranty. I have to say that my first Honda experience has been the worst experience ever, I was better off with my Pontiac - at least the sun visor never broke. I will never buy a Honda again. I believe that they were made better when they were being made abroad and imported to Canada. Never again. Add reply
The torque converter in my 2007 Honda Odyssey has been replaced multiple times since I purchased it new. It now has 51,000 miles on it. A couple of months ago the transmission itself was replaced. I noticed the transmission whining and hesitating again in a short time. Today, once again, the dealer "updated" the transmission/torque converter from another recall. I am very dissatisfied with the service and my Honda van. 2 Replies - Latest reply on 06/30/2010Add reply
Worst aTV ever!i purchased one July 1, last year. haven't got to ride it maybe 40-45 hours. put 3 cranks and sets of bearings in it. bought a cdi, stator, coil. the crank is ready to go out again. cost ... read full review4 Replies - Latest reply on 06/11/2010
Horrible Customer Service
NEW JERSEY -- I called Honda today to make a payment by phone and inquired about having two fees waived on my account. I had spoken with a different representative about a week earlier who very kindly implied this ... read full review3 Replies - Latest reply on 01/30/2010
ANYTOWN -- Honda Accord 07 cars have a problem with the quality of their brakes; namely the brake pads wear out prematurely at about 17,000 miles; and Honda refuses to acknowledge, accept fault, or even offer an ... read full review2 Replies - Latest reply on 01/06/2010
Honda on Grand, IL Elmhurst
Terrible experience with their service center. Please take your car elsewhere for your service. Went for my 30,000 miles service on my Honda Accord, and had a coupon that if you pay over $500 it saves ... read full review
I was distressed to find that the back brakes on my 2007 Honda Accord need to be replaced. Usually front brakes go bad faster than back brakes, but not in this case.
Since this is my 4th Honda, I decided to call American Honda and complain. The representative was very nice, even going so far as to admitting they know there are issues with their brakes, and they are investigating it. If they determine that there is an issue they could possibly pay for it. But they don't know when the investigation will be complete.
So, I have to pay for a brake job at 27k miles, when they know they are having brake issues. I bought a new car with an increased car payment so that I would have reliability.
What kind of service is that? I have a mom in the hospital that I cannot go see until I get my brakes done. I don't have a lot of cash right now from taking time off due to a death in the family, and my mom being in the hospital. I cannot go visit my mom again until I get this fixed. Where is the Honda customer loyality? I have been loyal to Honda, which was obviously a mistake. I will look at other car brands and not Honda next time.
I'm sitting at the dealership and told that the squeeking sound I've been hearing at 9800 miles is that my brakes are worn out and need to be replaced! At cost of $265. This is very premature compared to other cars I've owned. I bought this car for low cost of ownership.
2 Replies - Latest reply on 07/08/2013Add reply
Now, I have to budget for brake replacement every 10,000 miles? This is not right. Honda needs to come clean on this.