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really awful
Crashes / Fires:
1 / 0
Injuries / Deaths:
0 / 0
Average Mileage:
27,853 miles

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2007 Honda Accord wheels / hubs problems

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2007 Honda Accord Owner Comments

problem #15

May 132015


  • 63,445 miles


I have had three cooper tires fail all CS4 models. The complaint is all the same, the tire develops a side wall leak and cracks leading to low pressure and tire failure. Each one failed at 17K,15K & 22K miles. In each instance the tire was replaced with the same model CS4 cooper tire and repeats the same problem. Each one was on the front of the car and the other tires which are non cooper tires do not have this problem. The tires are defective and I will no longer buy cooper tires.

- Matawan, NJ, USA

problem #14

Jul 192014


  • 70,000 miles
The contact owns a 2007 Honda Accord equipped with Bridgestone potenza G109 grid tires, size P205/60/R16. The contact stated that upon inspection, it was found that the tires were cracked. The manufacturer was not made aware of the failure. The vehicle and tire failure mileage was 70,000.

- Roslyn Heights , NY, USA

problem #13

Nov 262013

Accord 6-cyl

  • 56,513 miles
This is the second same size cooper tire that has failed the same way in the same time frame. The tire was properly inflated and began to lose air even though it had no punctures in the tire. The tire started to run low and the sidewall cracked and did not deflate but ran with low pressure. I noticed that the tire was low but not deflated. Upon examination of the tire the same cracks appears on the side wall and nothing was hit that had abraded the tire. Both tires were size 215/50 R17 CS4 V XL bw 95 TL. Both tires lasted approx 15-17K miles before failing and approx 2 years in each case. One was replaced by the tire dealer only because I had bought the tire protection policy and the other was no longer covered as replacements are no longer covered after 12K or 1 yr. Both tires could not be repaired as the sidewall has failed.

- Matawan, NJ, USA

problem #12

Oct 152011

Accord 6-cyl

  • Automatic transmission
  • 40,000 miles


The contact owns a 2007 Honda Accord that has Firestone champion hr tires, line size 215/50/R17. The contact stated that after taking the vehicle in for regular service, he was advised that the front driver and rear passenger tires were splitting. The tires were replaced and the manufacturer was not contacted. The failure mileage was approximately 40,000. Updated 03/05/12 updated 03/06/12

- Red Oak , TX, USA

problem #11

Feb 012011


  • 27,000 miles
The contact owns a 2007 Honda Accord with Michelin mxm4 tires, size P215/50/17. The contact stated that the front driver and passenger side tires blew out. The contact had to replace the tires three times due to the identical failure. The manufacturer was made aware of the failure and offered to pay half of the repair cost. The tires were replaced. The dot number was not available. The failure mileage was 27,000 and the current mileage was 30,000.

- Brooklyn, NY, USA

problem #10

Aug 302010


  • 29,340 miles
The vehicle experienced a catastrophic failure of the right rear tire. The tire pressure monitering system did not indicate a problem. Tire pressure was checked at a recent oil change and was acceptable. The dot no. For the failed tire is not available. The other 3 tires dot no, 's are two dot B 938 cttx 2407's and one dot M678 lner 3109. The later tire was also replaced and is available.

- Valley City, OH, USA

problem #9

Sep 132010


  • 19,700 miles


The contact owns a 2007 Honda Accord equipped with Bridgestone turanza EL41 tires, tire size P195/65R15. The dot number was unknown. While the contact was driving approximately between 65 -70 mph, the front passenger side tire exploded unexpectedly. The vehicle was maneuvered to the side of the road and towed to an independent mechanic where the tire was replaced with a new tire. The identical failure occurred with the rear passenger tire which was replaced. The contact stated prior to the failures the tires were inspected by a certified mechanic who informed that the tires exhibited good tire tread. The contact had concern of the potential safety risk involved with the other two tires installed on the vehicle. The failure mileage was approximately 19,700.

- Greensboro, NC, USA

problem #8

Nov 032009


  • 65,000 miles
Arizonian silver editions tires rated at 60,000 miles. Two of four tires have cracked on the side wall before 20,000 miles.

- Mooresville, NC, USA

problem #7

Mar 162009


  • 16,243 miles
Tire separation while stopping at traffic light, causing loud hissing sound.

- Largo, FL, USA

problem #6

Aug 162008


  • 4,000 miles
- the contact owns a 2007 Honda Accord. The vehicle had Michelin Pilot tires 215/55R17. While driving 65 mph and attempting to slow down, the contact heard a loud noise coming from the vehicle. The vehicle spun out of control and crashed into a concrete divider and ended on the other side of the road. The driver stated that it was a severe crash. The driver confirmed that the rear passenger tire blew out. One of the passengers was taken to the hospital; however, there were no injuries sustained. A police report was filed. There were no prior warnings signs of the tire being defective. The vehicle was less than one year old. The failure occurred in August 2008. The dot number was unknown. The failure mileage was 4,000.

- Arcadia, CA, USA

problem #5

Jun 132008

Accord 6-cyl

  • 4,000 miles


I owen a 2007 Honda Accord model LX 4 dr. 6 cyl. The car is equipped with Michelin Pilot mxm4 P215/50R17 93V XL rrbl tires. At 4000 miles the left front tire developed a bubble on the side. I replaced at my cost. At 8000 miles the right front tire developed a bubble. I replaced it my cost. The tire dealer said it was the car design and the car dealer said it was the tire. I am reporting this because I have been driving for 50 years and owen numerous cars and never had this problem. Please advise. Thank you

- Staten Island, NY, USA

problem #4

Dec 292007

Accord 4WD 6-cyl

  • Automatic transmission
  • 10,300 miles
The contact owns a 2007 Honda Accord with Michelin Pilot hx tires (tire size 2T215/50R17). The contact stated that he noticed bubbles on the left front passenger side tire. The dealer advised the contact to speak with the manufacturer of the tire. The current and failure mileages were 10,300. Updated 03-05-08 the consumer stated had to pay for the cost of the tire which was $150 to replace, Michelin did offer a 40% discount. Updated 03/05/08

- West Islip, NY, USA

problem #3

Oct 052007


  • miles
Tire blew out the first time we took the new Honda Accord on the interstate. The car barely had 1,300 miles on it when this happened. Two shops mentioned that Honda/Michelin has had problems with these particular tires and they are now substituting a different tire. Obviously we had to purchase one new tire but now the vehicle has mismatched michelins since the original is not available anymore.

- Dunedin, FL, USA

problem #2

Aug 272007


  • miles
I have a bulge on the side of my tire, my husband took it to Honda they said he probably hit a pot hole, and we are liable for the tire which was quoted at $300. I am going to a Michelin dealer on Sept. 4, to check out the tire. I have 2000 miles on the car leased it in April of 2007 and the dealer says I hit a pot hole. I told him the bulge is on the side of the tire and do I have to buy a new tire everytime I hit a pothole. My car is brand new, I have a Ford Taurus with cheap tires and never had a problem. Your help is would be greatly appreciated. Is there any way I can find out if this happens to many tires?

- Howard Beach, NY, USA

problem #1

Oct 012006


  • 12,254 miles
05/25/07 defectives Michelin tires customer states that the tires life was only 1/2 the time expected* the consumer provided a copy of the invoice for tires and a copy of the tires make, model, and size. The consumer noticed a buldge on the sidewall of the right rear tire.

- Saugerties, NY, USA

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