My car just turned 151k miles. I've had it since 127k. By the feel and looks of it we should enjoy these machines for another 100k miles easy!Been poking around, I guess I'll check in here to officially say "Hello."
Just picked up a "high milage" 06 with ~148k miles. I nearly bought a brand new car instead but I really liked the TSX a lot. This is replacing a 1993 car with 240k miles (Brand shall remain nameless to protect the innocent but my username will give it away) that is also still going strong, but starting to give me more trouble than I want to deal with on a day-to-day basis.
This car had an impeccable, dealer-maintained service record, rock chip protectant film on the hood, headlights, and mirrors, flawless interior, and I almost ordered the splash guards last night but I double checked and it's already got them installed! Feeling really good about this car and looking forward to putting another 100k of "turn it on and go" miles on it.
That's sucks but you should expect some things to go wrong with a 10 yr old car with over 100k on it. Maybe after these things are fixed you will be good to goAbout 2 weeks ago I bought an '04 NBP 5AT with 102,307 miles on the odometer. Early in the morning Thursday and Friday it had some trouble starting before I went to work. This Saturday I get home from work and the passenger side front window does not want to go up. I try starting the car early this morning and nothing. I had a mechanic look at it and he says my starter and window regulator needs to be replaced. :mecry:
I have the A-spec suspension+Progress RSB since 2007. The rear camber has always been a little off; but, not enough to worry about with regular tire rotations/cross-rotations. I think it was just normal wear/tear and the front passenger camber only was getting more and more out of spec with every alignment. Tried replacing with OEM part with no change in camber getting back to normal. Decided to go for HeelToe HTSpec Ultimate Camber Kit combo to get the front and rear camber in the green and it worked. One of my OEM endlinks snapped in half just pulling up into my driveway with the new parts. I replaced the rear endlinks with Fastline Performance adjustable powerlinks about a week after the upgrade (also from HeelToe Automotive).^ Just wondering why you bought a front camber kit? A lot of guys here drop their cars pretty low without a front kit with no/little issues with front camber?? I'm still new to this car and curious...