The first week I got the car the tire pressure light came on. Now it's jerking when pulling off as well as when coming to a stop. The ride is wobbly and there are chips and dents in the paint that looks like it may have been covered with some type of filler to camouflage the imperfections. I was so excited about buying my first car that I may have over looked important details.
It's the best car I've ever owned. It's great on gas and very reliable. Everyone that rides with me says the seats are so comfortable and they have plenty of room in the front and the back seat. The car rides so smooth and it's perfect for my drive back and forth to work. Not to mention the car itself just looks amazing!
I bought the 2012 Honda Accord with 16,000 miles on it. I declined the extended warranted figuring that with the low milage on the "world's most dependable car," I wouldn't need it. Boy was I wrong! I took the car in for routine oil change at 21,000 miles and mentioned that it sounded like the belts were squealing. I turns out that there was a leak in the power steering column and I needed to replace the entire rack and pinion steering machinery to the tune of $1,400! Talk about sticker shock
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