File a lemon law suit and wait it out, it takes forever but it does work, keep records of all the days you are without the car, ie let the dealer keep it as much as possible. If they try unsuccessfully to fix the car 3X for the same thing you can file. If they accept your case you will likely win.I requested a Lemon Law buy-back from Honda Corporate. My issues have been awful and the more they try to fix the issues, the worse they get. The crackles and pops happen every day. Audio cuts out 4 or 5 times a week and won't come back until I shut of the vehicle and let it sit for a few hours. Speedometer has shut off mid-drive many times and will get into a rebooting loop sometimes. And I've had the backup camera stay on while I am driving forward. It's just awful.
Honda denied my request for Lemon Law buy-back with no explanation. This seems inexplicable. They sold me a defective car that they can't fix and I'm stuck paying for it.
I'm to a point where I'm ready to simply file a lawsuit and take them to court. It's unsafe and unfair.
I've reported the dealership to BBB, Attny General in my state and I took the vehicle back to dealership to fix it. They quickly examined it and said "we couldn't find anything wrong". Honda is terrible.