HCH II-Specific Discussions Model Years 2006-2011

Warranty Extension: Uneven or Rapid Tire Wear

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Old 11-04-2013, 05:00 PM
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Default Warranty Extension: Uneven or Rapid Tire Wear

Campaign: L82
For 2006-2008 Honda Civic Hybrid

Honda Canada sent a letter stating they will replace rear upper control arms for 6 months (starting Oct 2013) and pay for the last worn out tires caused by defective camber. It is not for any safety concerns but for customer satisfaction.

Although I have not owned the specific Civic Hybrid for over 3 years and only owned it for 1.5 years I had this problem and talking to both the dealer and Honda Canada they would not investigate why 2 sets of tires would be wore out after 10,000 KM (6,000 miles). Its way too late for customer satisfaction as I traded the Honda Civic Hybrid and bought a Toyota Prius.

Hopefully others can benefit from this information and stay Loyal.
 
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Old 01-05-2014, 05:47 PM
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Default Re: Warranty Extension: Uneven or Rapid Tire Wear

Same here... Too little, too late for me too.
I am now the happy owner of a Toyota Camry Hybrid 2013.
I'm glad I got rid of the HCH when I first started getting IMA problems last summer.
 
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