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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
SCHAUMBURG, ILLINOIS -- This is the worst experience I've ever had. I thought of taking the 2012 Honda Odyssey and it seems my credit and debit ratio doesn't gave me 0.9% APR. Then, I dropped off buying it and even informed the sales person not to do any credit checks as I know it would spoil my credit history and they confirmed me that they wouldn't do anything. But after a couple of days I could see 7 credit checks on my history that to 2 itself in simultaneous days of Honda. When I tried to reach the bank/Credit unions to find who has done the credit check I come to know that it is from Honda. When I tried to contact the sales person he told that he has given my details to Honda and he doesn't know anything and asked me to contact the finance department. When I contacted the finance department they picked up the phone and told me that they would respond back but they didn't and also none of them responded back and even picked up my phone.Add reply
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
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 happening after 3 and a half years of ownership. It seems to be the same old runaround when their mechanics either don't know how to fix the problem, or too much time would be involved and cut the dealership profits. They tell me this is normal in all cr-v's and nobody has ever complained about it before. Unbelievable. It wouldn't matter which state in the summer time, but when the outside temperture is 90+, and the lower vent blows out 90 degrees of hot, and the upper vents blows 68 degrees, how can it cool the car down? It seems the air conditioner is working against itself. The Japanese are very intelligent and honest people, and I don't believe they would let this kind of flaw go on the market. I think the fault lies with either greed or dishonest dealerships, because an honest dealership would try very hard to find the problem and notify Honda to have this corrected for all Honda CR-V's. I was directed to another dealership, but they wanted $112.00 up front to look at the car. Doesn't speak too highly of Honda products.Add reply
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
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 review4 Replies - Latest reply on 07/25/2013
Thank You So Much
NEWTON CORNER, MASSACHUSETTS -- Joe Chang and David Avery I want to thank you so much for all of your help... Your Professionalism. Always there to work with me and help me in getting the car I wanted.. David and Joe you both made ... read full review9 Replies - Latest reply on 01/02/2012
Purchased a new Honda Fit, after having a wonderful Honda Civic VX for many years. FIT is great, except for a couple of things, and my inquiries about how to get them fixed are ignored. Two major problems:
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1. There is no "horn ring" or alternative within reach from the rim of the steering wheel. Even at 6'2", my hands can't reach it. In an emergency as well as normal life this is a real hazard.
2. The front seat headrests are anatomically misformed. For my wife, they push her head forward and cause neck pain. Honda's answer? Remove it.
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.
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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. My transmission shows failure - engine produces errors in coding...causing my ABS braking to lock up..there needs to be more complaints on this to Honda and forums...this is a safety issue and possible accidents/fatalities will occur. There should be a recall by Honda Corporation for transmission problems. Honda knows there transmission is defective they need a recall immediately before somebody is killed on the road. The best part is that transmissions do not fail overnight....I only have 44,000 miles on this vehicle. People are continuously replacing their Honda transmissions only for them to fail time and time again. Honda Corporation said they would pay for some of my replacement...but I would have to pay for tow, diagnostic, and at least $3,000 dollars from my pocket. This is NOT fair, just, or right. Consumers are being ripped off. We need a recall!!!! Honda told me my vin wasn't on the recall list of 2004. This is ridiculous. I could have died on Route 53!!!!! Diane1 Replies - Latest reply on 05/01/2011Add reply
Honda brake problems
NORWOOD, MASSACHUSETTS -- I have a 2008 Honda Accord EXL with 30,000 miles on it. I noticed a squealing noise this week which was off and on. I called the dealer and they had me bring my car in to check it out. At the end of ... read full review5 Replies - Latest reply on 01/09/2011
Poor After Sales Service
JAPAN -- We bought a HONDA CRV VIN MHRRE38509J903673 & ENGINE NUMBER: K24Z13823685.
On December 21, 2009, Jakarta, Indonesia I called Honda On January 4, 2011 and I had spoken with our sales Rep. Regarding ... read full review1 Replies - Latest reply on 01/06/2011