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Honda Recalls 807,000 Vehicles for Roll-Away Risk

Edmunds.comEdmunds.com Posts: 10,112
edited September 2014 in Honda

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  • If more people would pay attention to their surroundings and make sure things are the way they are supposed to be it wouldn't matter if the key came out with the tyranny out of park. Some people just walk around in life aimlessly without a care in the world. I don't see how some of them even lived past the age of 5.

    What happened to the time if the park didnt work or your ebrake was broken you tossed a block of wood under the tire to keep it from rolling away? lol. silly new generations.
  • Unsurprisingly, another recall announcement regarding the second-generation (1999-2004) Honda Odyssey's transmission. Edmunds and the other forums (just google honda odyssey transmission) are filled with stories from customers, who like me, were forced to spend thousands of dollars to replace a transmission that Honda admits to knowing is defective. And if you've had the "pleasure" of speaking to one of Honda's call center representatives to complain about the impropriety of the customer bearing the burden of fixing Honda's mistake, you've also been offered nothing more than a referral to a Honda dealer -- after being interrogated about your loyalty to the company and accused of harsh driving because you have a low mileage Odyssey. Honda has unreasonably burdened its customers with a hefty expense that otherwise puts families at risk. For a company whose condescending representatives wanted to talk with me about anything but its obligation to the customer, the only loyalty in question is Honda's to its customers.
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