Value, style, and class. All in one family sedan
Nothing major to date luckily. Occasionally the check engine light comes on, but if that happens, the dealer will turn it off free of charge. Nothing's ever wrong, it's just fussy.
The right rear window's motor is close to dying, it hardly closes now and moves slowly.
The liner in the very back right above the rear windshield was hanging down a couple months after buying it; took it to the dealer, and they fixed it.
I share this car with my dad at the moment, but it's been a pro. He works 40 miles away (80+ miles driven per day) and it doesn't think twice about starting. It'll go through snow, rain, heat, anything. It's been a pleasure to own it, even though I'm not really a fan of foreign cars. I must admit that it's still in like-new condition, and everything is of high quality.
The only thing is that the leather on the seats gets worn, but that's expected, it's leather. The seats are really comfortable. Driver, passenger, and rear.
This car has been on multiple road trips, and has done perfectly. The trunk is huge, it can hold two suitcases and other stuff easily.
Braking can be a challenge if you haven't driven it in a while, they're really touchy and strong. This, however, is empowering because you know if something that requires stopping occurs, you can do it.
Steering is great, you can turn at the last minute and still make it.
Overall it's great. I love Honda.
Would you buy another car from this manufacturer? Yes
Review Date: 6th November, 2010