really awful
Crashes / Fires:
1 / 0
Injuries / Deaths:
0 / 0
Average Mileage:
110 miles

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2006 Honda Pilot brakes problems

brakes problem

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2006 Honda Pilot Owner Comments

problem #1

Apr 032006

Pilot 6-cyl

  • Automatic transmission
  • 110 miles


After driving my leased 2003 Pilot for 3 years, I knew how it handled on turns and how it stopped in emergencies. Barely 100 miles into my 2006 lease, I had to make an emergency stop on a rainy road due to an accident in front of me, and rear-ended a car when my ABS system failed to stop in time, despite the fact that my 2003 Pilot would have stopped at least 6 feet before the next vehicle. Knowing my 2003's stopping distance when ABS kicks in, I was flabbergasted that the new car didn't come close to stopping in time. I noticed one time since that the ABS system just doesn't compare to the 2003, and is extremely dangerous as a result. Another dangerous thing it has done twice is fishtail if I accelerate going into a turn or curve. The dealers service dep't used all kinds of computers to test the brakes, and took it out for a test drive, and said it functioned fine, and maybe I'm just not used to a 2wd. I told them I didn't want to drive this new car, it's not safe, and would rather hold on to my 2003 Pilot. I know they think I'm crazy, but I'd rather be considered crazy than have my epitaph read, "I told you there was a problem."

- Los Angeles, CA, USA

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