50,000 miles- new brake pads
69,000 miles- new muffler
75,000- new brake pads
100,000- had to replace CV boots
101,000- had to replace axle seal for transmission
102,000- had to replace center pipe
116,000- new brake pads and rotors
118,000- had to replace window regulator and run channel, and switch.
119,000- had to replace blower motor
120,000- had to replace motor mount
145,000- had to replace starter
149,000- had to replace AC condenser motor
153,000- had to replace battery
164,000- new brake pads again
165,000- had to replace front sway bar links
167,000- had to replace exhaust system (Cat-back)
171,000- had to replace windshield wiper transmission (links)
175,000- need struts front and rear; need new wheel bearings, need new fan motor again, need new motor mount again; need another window regulator, transmission slipping.
This was a good car when I first bought it. It was relatively low maintenance and very sleek looking.
Once I hit 100,000, it was one problem after another, some of them re-occurring. I thought a Honda was supposed to go for 250,000 and 300,000 miles.
At the rate that I'm at, it may not be cost efficient to keep mine, nor may my car get to 200,000 miles. Maybe that's why they offer a 100,000 mile extended warranty because all of the problems occur after 100,000 miles. Lots of them. Will probably never buy another Honda. May lease one, but never gonna buy one again. Not worth it.