The car has been absolutely solid, except for power accessories like...
The power window on the driver's door will most likely go out in a few days, but I think the window motor is fine. The problem is, the fact that the window gets crooked and creates friction that can be easily aligned.
The driver's power door lock went out, and the dealer said 249.95, which practically made me want to kill myself, and one day I was at a little alarm repair shop, and they said they would fix it for 69.95. But the other day, I was at Target, and all the sudden, my car's power lock relay (for all you non-car inclined people, it's the thing that controls all the locks) had a glitch in it, and I could not get out of my car (how embarrassing), and I was forced to roll down my window, stick the key in the door from the outside and unlock it, and it made this knocking noise, but since then it hasn't done anything else wrong.
My paragraph above about things that went wrong, looks long, but really it's only two things, which if you get them repaired professionally, it will be about 500.00, and trust me on this, just go to your local Honda dealer; they are truly experts, and know what they're doing.
Hey, but don't let that make you think this car is not reliable, no, no, no, this car has never been on a tow except for the time it was in a fender bender in N.Y.C. (New York City), and even then it held up well. The other guy was driving a Hyundai Sonata, and his was so low in value (and it was only 3 1/2 years old) that the insurance company totaled, and it was his fault for the accident.
All around, this is a solid car; it's comfy, and small children are well accommodated in the back, but it's a chore for the adults. And the A/C works awesome, although it does take a while to cool down. But promise me this before you go and buy one, read the new car test drive review of this car by professionals at www.newcartestdrive.com