Two brake calipers.
One CV axle.
Roof leaks, and isn't rusted, and isn't around the windows.
Steering wheel is crooked.
Would not start below 25 degrees.
ABS light always on.
Steering wheel would vibrate on highway; annoyingly.
Car finally threw a timing belt prematurely at 63k miles, leaving me with the loan that I've been paying on since the summer time. Car threw it 27k miles early, and since it's an interference motor, it trashed the head and pistons.
This is undoubtedly one of the most unreliable vehicles I've ever heard of, and I had to be the one who bought it.
The car looks nice at least, parked in the driveway of my friend's house with the passenger's window down. Oh yeah, the passenger's window motor burnt out too. I mean seriously, if Honda was so on point, why are most of the motors they build the interference motors? You'd think they'd have it figured out that if a water pump they designed froze and snapped the belt, that the pistons wouldn't destroy the head.
Total loss, total downer, I'm so disappointed in Honda and will never buy another one as long as I live. Unbelievably upset about it.
I'm paying a loan on a car that cost over 2 grand to fix something that shouldn't have broken. Thank you Honda, I can't get approved for a loan and I owe $4600 on this piece. Thank you so much for your support Honda of America!
Since this happened, I bought a Subaru Outback that blew a head gasket. Then I bought a Ford Escort and the transmission seized on it.
Just two days ago, I bought an 88 Silverado from a friend for 700 bucks. All of this has happened in the last 6 months. I'm desperate and have been getting my tail handed to me, and don't have anyone to help me any more, going through divorce, and have drained my bank account on buying cars to get me to work.
Thanks Honda, worst thing that I've ever signed my name on.