I took our Honda pilot for b1 service to the dealership in Moreno Valley California that we have purchased our last three Hondas. I asked them to check the brakes because in the past couple of months we have noticed that the car shimmies as we are slowing down. I was told most likely it was the rotors when I dropped the car off. When I picked it up they said it was the rotors but my brake pads were still over 7mm? I would need to do a brake job if I wanted the shimmy to go away but it was not recommended because of the cost. We have had our vehicle for 1 year and 9 months with mileage at 22,453. The rotors are covered for 12,000 MI. I've been a loyal customer of this dealership since 2002 and get all of our service down there. I have always been a big fan of Hondas. But apparently this is a not just me issue. Whenever I've taken our vehicles to the dealership for service they have always told me that I drive the vehicle the way it should be driven because of the lenght of time between my required service lights. I am I'm extremely cautious driver especially since I usually have foster children in our vehicle. The rotors in a $39,000 vehicle should definitely last longer. This obviously has been an issue Honda is passing on to unaware buyers.