definitely annoying
Crashes / Fires:
0 / 0
Injuries / Deaths:
0 / 0
Average Mileage:
29,477 miles

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problem #3

Jun 302014


  • 317 miles
American Honda motor company - manufacturers defect with the van's rear suspension, resulting in the van's alignments being uncorrectable since the date of purchase. American Honda has known about this alignment and suspension defect issue with the 2014 Honda Odyssey's and has chosen to hide the design defect from the public. Honda dealers know there is an issue but there are no authorize american Honda oem certified fixes to the problem. The Honda dealers defer, that there is nothing they can do until Honda issues a fix to the suspension/alignment issue. The result, unsafe vehicle and the added continual expenses that are a direct result of american Honda's concealment of the issues with the vans. Quick searches online, document many other Honda Odyssey owners with reported identical issues, as well as other Honda owners (keegan V. american Honda class action certified). American Honda's own actions confirm and indicated that they recognized and acknowledge the issues I presented with the van and my claim. American Honda directed me to bring the van to a Honda dealer for inspection autopark Honda. The van was reviewed, determined defective, and unfixable with any readily available oem Honda parts as verified by a recognized Honda certified ase master mechanic. If the van was manufactured to american Honda's own oem specifications and standards, then any oem Honda parts would readily be able to be replaced with the defective oem rear suspension parts and correct the alignment issues at once. This is not the case. The vehicle by american Honda's own admission is not fixable with any oem Honda parts. American Honda's own findings confirm, validate, verify and support the facts that the vans inherent manufacturer's defects exists in the rear suspension of the van and validates my initial and open claim since 6-7-14 inv hocs332080, at 317 miles.

- Apex, NC, USA

problem #2

Mar 052018


  • miles
Metal valve stem cap were installed on tires when I got my car brand new. Yesterday I tried to open the cap for refill, they are unable to open due to corroded metal. I believe this is due to manufacturer defect. I believe opening up a tire valve cap should be easy, but found it impossible. I did not want to break the valve or damage myself. I am forced to drive on tires not properly inflated.

- Albertson, NY, USA

problem #1

Dec 212017


  • 88,115 miles
I was driving (in motion) on slippery, wet, but icy roads in town. I was only going about 20 mph. Twice, I had to stop slightly faster than I normally would have, but when I started tapping the brakes to slow down and stop, they felt like they locked up on me and it took awhile before I was able to have any "brake" feeling at all! the wheel walls, I noticed later have small space between tire and wheel wall, causing snow build-up, which may have caused a problem in the braking ability also. After this happened a couple more times throughout the week, my brake sensor light warning came on and has stayed on now. But, after I took my vehicle to the car wash and got all the ice out of the wheel wells, the brakes are working fine and smooth stopping, still icy conditions on the road. I think the wheel walls don't have enough room between the tires and wheel walls. In icy conditions, it seems to be putting dangerous pressure on my brake system, when in motion applying the brakes. I was driving straight on a road when all the above occurred.

- Helena, MT, USA