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Easton Honda Complaint - Not Satisfied With A Problem I Am Having With My Car.

Review by nmatonis on 2012-01-10
PHILLIPSBURG, NEW JERSEY -- I recently purchased a 2012 Honda Accord from the Easton Honda dealership in phillipsburg nj. I have a complaint because my drivers seat keeps turning blue on me. This is the second time it is happening to me. After it happened the first time I went back to the dealership and they treated it with a solution they had for the leather seats. It went away and a couple weeks later it came back. They are saying it is because of the dye in the blue jeans. The interior color is beige. If I can't where jeans in a car then there is a big problem. I believe the leather is very cheap. I hope this complaint gets read by somebody and they get back to me. I payed decent money for this car and I should not be having this problem. I have never had this problem with any car. They should have told me about this before I bought the car. I would like something done with this problem. Please contact me at 908-672-4979 that is my cell phone that I can be reached at anytime of day.

Thank you,
Nicole Matonis
Comments:6 Replies - Latest reply on 2012-01-10
Posted by Bill on 2012-01-10:
I doubt very much Honda corp. monitors this site.
I would contact the regional manager for Honda america and see what they can do. Your dealer should be able to provide the number or you can call Honda direct. I would also advise against posting my cell # on this site.
I have a 2008 Honda with leather seats and have had no problems with dye bleed on the seats.
Posted by Jeff on 2012-01-10:
Id say it IS the die in your jeans, sounds like the dye is runny and ruining your leather seats.
Posted by DebtorBasher on 2012-01-10:
First, you might want to remove your cell phone number to prevent any unwanted calls.

I agree with Jeff. My car seat (Not leather) started to get blue from my jeans as well. It was right on the edge where I get in and out. So, right away,I put a seat cover on the seats.
Posted by DebtorBasher on 2012-01-10:
I can advise you to use a Mr. Clean Magic Eraser to clean your leather seats for the blueing that has already gotten on it. They are great for jobs like that. Good Luck....I know people don't want to cover their leather seats, so the Magic Eraser on them should solve the problem.
Posted by clutzycook on 2012-01-10:
Oh, and get your number off of this post unless you like getting calls from weirdos in the middle of the night.
Posted by lexophiliac on 2012-01-10:
Hey! I restrict my calls to early evening and late morning clutzy!

Armorall will clean and help protect your leather seats Nicole.

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