I have owned 20+ Honda’s and none of them under normal use ever required rear pads let alone rotors past 100k miles. My 18 Si tears were destroyed at 30k miles of which were all freeway miles. Front pads and rotors were like new. Something with materials or design causing the gouging!
My 18 Si has this issue. Peddle pulses and felt grindy at 10k. Dealer said fine and when I traded it in at 34k rear rotors were ruined. I had a 07 Si and it was on original rotors and pads @ 105k and no grooves.
Good deal, I like the 20 that much better.
I commute 60 miles a day and enjoy the drive every day. Lately no traffic because virus stuff so room to stretch it’s legs.
I also through on PS4S and makes a huge difference in ride, grip and handling.
I had a 18 Si I commuted in for 2 years/35k and the Goodyear sports were sketchy at best. Couldn’t push the car hard, hydroplaned, and would lose traction all day in second and even 3rd gear at times. If it was forecasted to snow I would run Blizzaks until snow threat was gone.
I bought a 20 Si...
I am running PS4S in Seattle and its been rainy and cold/30-45 degrees and way better traction then Goodyear Sports. Car rides stiffer and handles a lot better. Tires are warm to touch after a good drive.
On my 17 R every time I would wash the car I was waiting for water to get in rear hatch gaps were so big...I sold the car because it had horrible gaps interior/exterior/bad paint/orange peel/trans leaking etc.