It really is fantastic. The IVTM4 AWD system is great, works very well so far, the rear diff in this thing is a monster.Welcome and congrats, sounds like you are enjoying it!
This was my first (ever) AWD vehicle and I love it!
I guess I'm weird. I've had white, green, silver, blue, and white again.It’s kind of funny how many of us tend to stick with the same color of Honda’s thru the years.
Eehh...I’d hardly say weird, maybe you just need to test the flavors!I guess I'm weird. I've had white, green, silver, blue, and white again.
trust me, IF they had any other colors I would be the first to trade my new 2019 PP lunar sport in a micro-second! A true Brown/bronze or a true Green/Jasper would be nice for a start. Boring colors all the way around these days!Congrats on the new ride!
It’s kind of funny how many of us tend to stick with the same color of Honda’s thru the years.
Lets us know how the Tuner works will ya? Installation ease etc......Well guys I appreciate the welcoming, hope to meet an chat with many I would assume wonderful peeps here, so far I have added my JBL 10 inch powered sub box, I disabled the ANC module, I also have a vcmtuner 2 advance device on the way to plug in to keep it in all time true 6 cylinder, non shutdown mode 😬. I have also, at 300 miles in, pulled off and stored the factory continental tires, and installed a fresh set of 265/50r20 fallen wildpeak trail a/t tires. They fit well no rub, I've been a huge fan and customer of Falken all terrains, race tires and uhp summer tires. I'd recommend them for sure to anyone here, so far they do well and carry a 55k mileage rating. I store manage a shop and also have been a technician for the better part of 12 years.
I’d only be slightly tempted for the concrete grey like the new Civic or Toyota. But after all the changes and mods I have done, I’d loose too much $$$...trust me, IF they had any other colors I would be the first to trade my new 2019 PP lunar sport in a micro-second! A true Brown/bronze or a true Green/Jasper would be nice for a start. Boring colors all the way around these days!
What is a Honda Specialist shop? I thought the dealer was supposed to be that?re: the right clunk noise. I had my clunk for 11 months. Took it to the dealer twice, they couldn’t figure anything out. Took it to my Honda Specialist repair shop for the 7500 mile service in February. They did a bunch of adjustments to that area, never had the clunk again.
I had a 2016 Pilot with the same clunk, same time, same place. On the Pilot forums someone found it was a TSB about the way the disc pads are allowed to be loose, to a certain degree and the clunk is normal if the pads are within specs. My Passport has the clunk also........still looking to see if it has a "hidden" Service Bulletin also.???Well I dropped my PP at the dealer, just under 900 miles, getting my surface science package applied, (free 900 dollar thing) so sure, but also while it's there I'm having them inspect a right front clunk noise. Legit sounds like strut mount. I've been a tech for 12 years , didn't take it apart but did put chassis ears on it and found noise in that corner of the car. When I back up and turn right to back out of drive or spot, a loud audible clunk can be heard and felt. Today leaving work I backed out hard right of my parking spot and got it to "clunk clunk". So I'm having them check that out as well, and install door edge guards. As far as everything at the dealer I will update what happens for further reference, and I have my vcm tuner 2 but will install after dealer is done with car for sure.
I have been going to Autowave Honda & Acura Specialists in Huntington Beach, since 2001, with my 1996 Civic. The dealer service department sucks! I’ve been to several in various cities since owning Honda’s. They have techs that are barely certified to change the oil and do not have your interest in mind.What is a Honda Specialist shop? I thought the dealer was supposed to be that?