On Friday, coming home from work, as I pulled in to my drive way, the car shifted in to neutral while it was in D. There were no other signs of trouble nor lights on the dash indicating a problem. I have 220K miles on the car. The following day I got in the car, the VSA light came on, the triangle with an exclamation point in it came on, the "D" starting flashing when it was in park, the engine maintenance light came on, and it would not shift in to any gear. I had it towed to the dealership yesterday. They came back with the news and said it was not worth fixing. The cost to replace the transmission was 4,200 plus, there were a number of leaks in other areas, engine mounts were broken...the bill was in excess of 8,500.00. The bear minimum to fix the car was 6,000. I went online to the dealerships' used car lot and was looking at a possible lease turn in when I found another TSX. I was a bit frustrated because the internet price was higher than the sticker price they had on the car. They didn't tell me that. The gave me a "drive out the door price" with the higher internet price until I mentioned the sticker on the car being lower and asked about the discrepancy. I went there last night when I got off work and there were other odd things about the car-so I have not bought yet. Ultimately, I asked about my TSX sitting lot bound across the parking lot in service and wondered whether it would have any trade in value or not and lower the price on the 2013 TSX. They said no. I ask, should just get my 05'TSX fixed? I still love my TSX. Any thoughts? I can spend 8,000 and fix it, or 20,000 to drive a 2013 TSX. Now, just wondering what do I do with a car I can't drive that is, "not worth fixing, and is worthy anything," according to the dealership. HELP!