The condenser is covered under a 10 year complimentary (free) extended warranty from Honda. If you've purchased an extended manufacturer warranty and are still within the timeframe of the coverage, the compressor is 100% covered. You need to contact Honda Corp. as the dealer is lying.
Just the condenser, not the entire a/c system. Compressor and evaporator are common failures as well. Believe me, I know first hand as do many of us. I need a new condenser(for the second time), and this time the compressor also needs replacement. Condenser is covered under the extended 10 years...
Honda only extended the warranty on the a/c condenser. Not the entire a/c system. The other major components, compressor and evaporator are well known to crap out and they cost thousands to repair. Rear shocks and wheel bearings are a common failure as well. With how cheap their warranty is, I'd...
Production is rumored to be so limited, that it can't flop.
I disagree. If you have a type r to trade or sell, the inflated value of it will offset the inflated value of the new purchase.
I agree with you if you don't have a good car to trade or sell.
This happened to my car one day a few times. Went away on its own. It happened to my co workers, he was under warranty and they replaced the fuel injectors. Then, two weeks later it happened again to him, and they replaced spark plugs. Then he got rid of the car. Only had 20k kms on it.
Carwow did it in 12.3, car and driver did it in 12.5, motorweek did it in 12.5. So my reply to that is, "um no", low to mid 12's is what it's testing at. I am sure you'll see many different times out there, but the one thing for certain is the times it is capable of laying down is very impressive.
AWD is far superior in getting the power down. A stock golf r can do 0-60 in 4 seconds flat! 1/4 mile in low 12s. Yes, the type r is better around a track. But I use my car as a daily driver, not the track.