Join Date: Mar 2012
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Sorry to hear your problem. I hope you will get your problems resolved to your satisfactory. The fact about honda's known reliability is history, long gone; it is unreal nowadays, they are behind, used fake metals, I guess, or what do i know; maybe Zayzonk knows better. Most people, including myself, assume its reliability is to be the same as from decades back, and that is no longer the case. Honda has fallen behind the top reliability list, and that is fact. Once the car is bought, it is tough to get your money back; any dealer out there will promise you the world when you buy, but when it comes to problems, they don't know you, never heard your name, don't recall anything you talk about. Unless you are rich, drop that crap in the feces hole, and buy another car. Your best bet right now is Toyota or Lexus. Look it up yourself and see if what i said is wrong. Look at Sears products as an example; they used to last your lifetime. It is a shame a 2017 Honda car fails in the middle of the street; POS if it was my 2017 of any car; waiting for 2 hours for the tow truck to come is insane. That is what you get for free road service when they throw that in with the purchase. Did you miss the part where they said "Free with all day waiting". But, I think that's what it is if it happened on the weekends or after hours. At least you were lucky that no other motorists were yelling to "move the piece of crap out the way, don't block the traffic, and go buy a new car".
Wait, they are going to do something to it, then said "it's normal"; you probably turned it off accidentally, got panic, and didn't know how to start the car; do their dancing tunes and send you on your way. Yeah, all cars have problems; that's right; so "Poor QA" is not so poor. What happened to their engineers. I thought they know what they are doing. I guess, no human is perfect too. Crap happens...
It would be helpful if you could post your problems where new prospect buyers can search, find, and be aware of the problems before they buy a new car; and if it broke down a block from the dealership, it won't break their nerves or heart attack; they should know new car break down is normal; even though I never heard such thing is mentioned from the dealers when they sell new cars.