After 2 years, the cruise control had to be replaced.
At 200,000 miles, the driver's seat started to develop cracks and tears in the leather.
Somewhere around 230,000 miles, the low fuel idiot light in the dash burned out.
At 240,000 miles, the power steering's pressure hose produced a leak that drained the power steering fluid. As a bonus, the leak created a billowing smoke effect, when the fluid hit the exhaust manifold heat shield.
At 255,000 miles, a slow oil leak appeared, which seemed to originate from the drivers side of the engine and around the oil pan gasket.
At 256,000 miles, the Bose amplifier blew, which sent a loud screeching noise to the speakers at any volume.
At 258,000 miles, the alternator died. Unknown if this may have been the result of the Bose amp blowing or vice versa. Having to take the drive shaft off to get to the alternator wasn't fun.
At 259,000 miles, the heater core developed a slow leak, and drained some coolant into the front passenger side foot well.
At 260,000 miles, a little rust has finally started to appear. It looks like it's coming from under the passenger side rear wheel well liner.
At 261,000 miles, the OEM muffler finally died. It's almost impossible to find an OEM replacement at this age.
It's my daily driver and starts on the first crank every morning, no matter the temperature or weather.
This car really doesn't look aged a bit. The guys at the Honda shop were amazed to see this car with 262,000 miles on the odometer, and in such good working condition.
Like most reviews I, too, wish this car was a manual. The gearing in the slush box automatic really takes away from the potential power of the 2.0L fuel injected engine.
Even with 262k miles, she still holds her own when passing and accelerating.