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It might be.
She’s still going strong.
Working from home for Apple for the last years plus COVID has really pumped the brakes on how much I drive.
 

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This makes me happy to see. I'm possibly getting the same exact model you have tomorrow and I was wondering how high the mileage might go.
 

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That's awesome. What have the biggest problems been so far? Any really expensive repairs? ($1000+)?
* 10,000 no issues.

* 20,000 no issues.

* 30,000 no issues.

* 40,000:
Replaced cracked driver side fog light lens. Honda replaced at no cost.

* 50,000 no issues.

* 60,000 no issues.

* 70,000 no issues.

* 80,000 no issues.

* 90,000 no issues.

* 100,000 no issues.

* 110,000 no issues.

* 120,000 no issues.

* 130,000 no issues.

* 140,000 no issues.

* 150,000 no issues.

* 160,000:
Replaced both HID bulbs. Driver side burnt out. Cost $170.00

* 170,000:
Replaced front battery.
Cost $130.00

* 180,000 no issues.

* 190,000 no issues.

* 200,000 no issues.

* 210,000 no issues.

* 220,000 no issues.

* 230,000:
Replaced catalytic converter.
Replaced rear O2 sensor.
Cost: $1,300.00

* 240,000 no issues.

* 250,000:
Replaced front and rear shocks.
Replaced front springs.
Replaced front and rear tires.
Replaced front and rear brake pads. 1st set!
Cost: I’d have to look it up.

* 260,000:
Replaced serpentine belt.
Cost: $200.00

* 270,000 no issues.

* 280,000 no issues.
 

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* 10,000 no issues.

* 20,000 no issues.

* 30,000 no issues.

* 40,000:
Replaced cracked driver side fog light lens. Honda replaced at no cost.

* 50,000 no issues.

* 60,000 no issues.

* 70,000 no issues.

* 80,000 no issues.

* 90,000 no issues.

* 100,000 no issues.

* 110,000 no issues.

* 120,000 no issues.

* 130,000 no issues.

* 140,000 no issues.

* 150,000 no issues.

* 160,000:
Replaced both HID bulbs. Driver side burnt out. Cost $170.00

* 170,000:
Replaced front battery.
Cost $130.00

* 180,000 no issues.

* 190,000 no issues.

* 200,000 no issues.

* 210,000 no issues.

* 220,000 no issues.

* 230,000:
Replaced catalytic converter.
Replaced rear O2 sensor.
Cost: $1,300.00

* 240,000 no issues.

* 250,000:
Replaced front and rear shocks.
Replaced front springs.
Replaced front and rear tires.
Replaced front and rear brake pads. 1st set!
Cost: I’d have to look it up.

* 260,000:
Replaced serpentine belt.
Cost: $200.00

* 270,000 no issues.

* 280,000 no issues.
That's not bad at all wow. Though how did you find out you needed the catalyst converter replaced? Also that seems really expensive for a serp belt. Are they really that much more expensive with the CR-Zs?
Thanks for all the info btw.
 

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That's not bad at all wow. Though how did you find out you needed the catalyst converter replaced? Also that seems really expensive for a serp belt. Are they really that much more expensive with the CR-Zs?
Thanks for all the info btw.
I can’t remember how I knew I needed one. Maybe a light on the dash went off.
That’s what Honda of Gainesville, Florida charged me.
I do most of my own maintenance but some things I just take to them.
Anytime.
 
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