At around 100,000 miles the timing belt had to be replaced.
Fuel pump quit at 60,000 miles.
Interior cloth parts have fallen off.
Sliding doors stick when they get wet and will not open.
Speedometer stopped working at 107,000 miles.
Clock light burns out often.
At around 70,000 miles the AC no longer would get cold.
Randomly will crank but not start.
Has stalled out on freeway once.
Cassette player stopped working.
Passenger power window stopped working.
This car has been an absolute lemon. For years I was told that Honda's were reliable cars and would last you for life, and I can tell you that I will never be buying another Honda again.
This car ran fine until around 60,000 miles, then it all went downhill from there. It has been expensive to repair.
Fuel economy was never great and it only could manage about 21 highway (with cruse control on).
Very uncomfortable seats to sit in for over an hour.
All the plastic feels cheaply made, and the driver side door panel has cracked.
When the engine was running good, it had ample power and drove alright, but once the timing belt was replaced it would shudder if you tried to accelerate.
I am actually very surprised that this car has never had a transmission problem that supposedly plagues these cars.