Transmission is under 5yr/60,000.
Next time lease...seems you have a difficult time making an informed decision.If I thought I could get 98% of what I paid I'd certainly consider it. I haven't had any major issues but I'm underwhelmed by some of Honda's poor design decisions regarding their in-vehicle technology. Sure part of that was on me for not doing enough research on the PP. It was the last vehicle I test drove so it left the biggest impression because there was certainly a lot to like-- the digital speedometer, the comfort, smooth ride, stereo system, cooling seats, wireless charger, LKAS and of course the vehicle looks.
I assumed that feature-for-feature a more expensive 2019 Honda PP Elite would be superior to that of a 2017 Ford Escape Titanium. The Escape's ACC works better, ambient lighting is far superior to the non-ambient lighting in the PP (surprised that Honda can legally refer to it as ambient lighting), blind side detection is better in the Escape and I preferred the location of the warning, Ford app is significantly better than Honda Link (lock/unlock/start/stop work and are free to use vs. the lock/unlock PP features that require a subscription & start/stop requires an Odyssey?!?!?), lack of a front center parking sensor, that annoying disclaimer every time I start the engine, no lights (or option) during the FOB remote start.
My Escape didn't have a front or 360 camera (2 years older) and I knew the PP didn't either but with the lack of a front center sensor not having a front camera is a real miss for me. There have been a few times in the 2+ weeks I've had the PP where no warning occurred when parking inches away from a wall or vehicle. That wasn't an issue with the Escape since it had a front center sensor.
I ended up completing a spreadsheet of all of the vehicles I was considering. It was such a pain since different companies refer to things differently. So I was decently informed on most things but didn't get a feel for the ACC on my short test drive or the blind spot alert (my assumption, incorrect as it was, was that newer tech from a more expensive vehicle would be better).Next time lease...seems you have a difficult time making an informed decision.