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Small little stone caused very deep crack , according to dealership and another national auto glass shop its not repairable, due to attached ADAS system , repair cost is huge . Dealership is replacing it is $1300 plus. What a pain in the rear , its only 11 days since we picked up this vehicle. We should get reimbursed for manufacturing defects like these. First time bought Honda in my life and already feeling the pain.
- Rakwinder S.,
Brampton, ON, Canada
Got a brand new Honda Civic EX, drove for 10 days (300+ km), windshield has a 2 feet long crack. Went back to dealer, technician said a stone hit it, but no dent, just a long crack, dealer refused to cover the cost of replacement.
Kitchener, ON, Canada
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Woke up one day, and I noticed a crack on my brand new 2019 Honda Civic LX Sedan. I saw a ballpoint pen-sized impact mark that's hardly noticeable on top on the lane departure warning system box area. And I did some research, a lot of Hoda owners with later model vehicles with lane departure warning system had similar problems. The location seems almost identical to mine on some of them.
On top of all this, I've tried to fix this; you can't get an aftermarket piece because it's brand new. But wait! I have to get it through a Honda dealer, and the 2019 Honda Civic LX Sedan windshield is back ordered. They don't know when they'll have it in stock. Meantime, I driving a car with a cracked windshield.
I had a Civic and 2 Accords and an Odyssey before but never had a problem with windshield. My Honda Odyssey has a Cheerio size pebble hit mark on the windshield but never cracked.
It seems new windshield is a way too thin compared with older models.
Bottom line, the windshield on 2019 Honda Civic LX cracks easily and super expensive to fix.
- Nick K.,
Fair Lawn, NJ, US