So which lines are higher?lamuncha said:
Incidentally, each line item that refers to bodily injury, personal injury, damage to someones else's property, medical payments, etc is less than the same item for the Explorer.
Oh no! Seller's regret? Maybe you can add a Pilot to your stable later when they work out all the bugs...just keep hanging out here and be "up" on the latest. At least you have a gorgeous new Honda and didn't step down into a pile of domestic poop.airgate said:We used to own a Passport EX-L. It was a '99. It was also the biggest POS on the planet. After 8 service visits for the same issue (vibration in the steering wheel from a faulty drive shaft), Honda bought it back from me and I got into a new Accord Coupe. It was heaven!
I'm already missing the Pilot. My wife and I just got the new Accord this morning.
Its real easy till you realize the fuel injection will not turn on without the proper coded chip being within a few inches of the pickup coil (That you probably destroyed in the process)RipRocK said:How easy is it easy for a thief to bypass the anti-theft feature pertaining to the chip in the key and start system? Even if you don't have a matching key, is it relatively easy to just bust the steering column, pull out some wires and hotwire it?
I thought generally, Honda and Toyota cars were not that high on the theft list?