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Anyone else seeing everything breakdown within 4 years of purchase?

blueody2011blueody2011 Posts: 3
edited May 2015 in Honda
I bought a 2011 Touring in October 2010 when the new model was just released. It seems as soon as my 3 year warranty ran out, everything has gone to hell. Air conditioning has died. Both motors for both sides of the sliding doors have needed to be replaced (at cost of $1100 each). Anyone else had this experience?

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  • MichaellMichaell ColoradoPosts: 146,904

    I bought a 2011 Touring in October 2010 when the new model was just released. It seems as soon as my 3 year warranty ran out, everything has gone to hell. Air conditioning has died. Both motors for both sides of the sliding doors have needed to be replaced (at cost of $1100 each). Anyone else had this experience?

    And here I thought Hondas were the paragon of quality.

    Sorry to hear about your experiences ... have you tried to work with the dealer to see if they would cover at least a portion of the out-of-warranty costs you've experienced?

    I'll see if I can round up some other folks to offer their opinion as well....

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  • cmhj2000cmhj2000 Se, Pa.Posts: 381
    Everything?
  • yakapo1yakapo1 Posts: 5

    I bought a 2011 Touring in October 2010 when the new model was just released. It seems as soon as my 3 year warranty ran out, everything has gone to hell. Air conditioning has died. Both motors for both sides of the sliding doors have needed to be replaced (at cost of $1100 each). Anyone else had this experience?

    teething issues?
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