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Old 10-29-2017, 05:47 PM
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My 2012 which I bought with 4 miles on the clock has 163k as of this morning.
That makes me really happy to hear.
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My 2012 which I bought with 4 miles on the clock has 163k as of this morning.
excellent

you just put me in second place
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The wife's 2012 with 45k
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excellent

you just put me in second place
Updated mileage picture or it never happened.
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Originally Posted by Sheefo2k View Post
Updated mileage picture or it never happened.
When it started

He was at 163
I was at 100.

I didn't see your 107.

I apologize. Means I am in second place. I think its 103K today, but am away from the vehicle for couple of weeks (it was sent to the farm).

So looks like currently you are in 2nd place
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Old 11-05-2017, 06:10 PM
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Old 04-09-2018, 11:18 AM
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127,400 this morning.
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Old 04-10-2018, 08:17 AM
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87,704 on my 2012 at oil change yesterday.
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Old 06-09-2018, 08:10 AM
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mileage update.. 91k today. less than a year of ownership, and so far 25k miles. We still need to drive home, which will put us over 92k. Just normal issues so far. Catching up to you guys, we'll see how far the voyage goes.
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Old 06-12-2018, 08:01 AM
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I picked up a 2011 a few weeks ago with 54k miles.
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Old 06-15-2018, 03:51 PM
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I have a 2012 with 28K. Bought it with 20K last year. Loving it so far.
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Old 06-21-2018, 11:27 AM
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Hit the 100k milestone the other day in my 2012. Only non-maintenance issues I've seen are the driver side A pillar trim is a little loose and the driver side interior door handle material has seen better days. Both seem to be very common issues though.

Here's to many more issue free and happy miles.
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Old 06-21-2018, 11:41 AM
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Congrats!

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Hit the 100k milestone the other day in my 2012. Only non-maintenance issues I've seen are the driver side A pillar trim is a little loose and the driver side interior door handle material has seen better days. Both seem to be very common issues though.

Here's to many more issue free and happy miles.
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Old 07-27-2018, 03:23 PM
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Picked up this car in March. Absolutely love the car! I'll probably post to the photo gallery with some pics.
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Picked up this car in March. Absolutely love the car! I'll probably post to the photo gallery with some pics.
You can always throw us a pic here..
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Old 08-14-2018, 05:36 AM
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34k in one year of owning the car. Dadwagon, we're catching you..
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Old 08-14-2018, 06:12 AM
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You can always throw us a pic here..

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Very nice. Thanks.
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Old 08-14-2018, 05:01 PM
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53,400 miles--purchased with 43K. Great vehicle.
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Old 08-17-2018, 09:46 AM
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Wonder who will get to 200k first
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I think we will be parking ours for the winter, and buying me a winter beater. Wife can drive the Subie to work. This sucks, I have 4 cars that are summer only. I hate rust.
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Old 08-19-2018, 02:12 PM
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Hit 188,000 last week ... still running strong but, I need to change the motor mounts.
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Old 08-22-2018, 11:51 AM
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I think we will be parking ours for the winter, and buying me a winter beater. Wife can drive the Subie to work. This sucks, I have 4 cars that are summer only. I hate rust.
Damn. The TSX wagon is our beater.
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Old 08-22-2018, 11:52 AM
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Originally Posted by richngray View Post
Hit 188,000 last week ... still running strong but, I need to change the motor mounts.
Awesome! Sounds like you have highest mileage. Aside from regular maintenance, and now motor mounts, any other big ticket items?
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The TSX has been very reliable ... I've had to change both front axles (164K) due to vibration during acceleration. The Master door switch(110K) was replaced and three sets of tires. I change the oil based off the MM so, around every 9~10K.
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Old 08-23-2018, 09:37 PM
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Originally Posted by richngray View Post
The TSX has been very reliable ... I've had to change both front axles (164K) due to vibration during acceleration. The Master door switch(110K) was replaced and three sets of tires. I change the oil based off the MM so, around every 9~10K.
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I would love a Milano red wagon

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I had a choice between a Milano Red and my White Pearl when I bought. I shied away from the red due to its black interior. nearly 4 years on, I regret that decision.

That said, my 2012 Wagon just rolled 98k miles. Generally, it's been flawless. The only work I've had to do is general fluids, tires, spark plugs, resurface brake disks on front, replace brake disks on back, and new pads all around.
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I had a choice between a Milano Red and my White Pearl when I bought. I shied away from the red due to its black interior. nearly 4 years on, I regret that decision.

That said, my 2012 Wagon just rolled 98k miles. Generally, it's been flawless. The only work I've had to do is general fluids, tires, spark plugs, resurface brake disks on front, replace brake disks on back, and new pads all around.
yeah I wish I had the red

this ugly grey is my only non orange/non yellow/non red in my fleet. Oh well.

I orefer the black jnterior, as my wagon replaced a tan jnterior car
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Love my 2012 TSX Wagon

I have owned Honda vehicles since 1983 (Prelude to Legend to RSX), and my 2012 TSX Wagon reminds me of the 'old school' Honda feel I loved back in the day. I bought it 2 1/2 years ago with 26k on the clock. As a daily driver, I am now at 53k. and it runs like brand new. I replaced the OEM tires a year ago with a set of 225/50ZR-17 Michelin Pilot Sport A/S 3+. I baby this unicorn with synthetic oil changes roughly every 6 months. My wife and I love taking road trips down to Cape May in this wagon. It's a keeper!
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I don't care that they aren't Acras. I have no friends but I have wagons. :'(
64500 on mine...so far no issues, knock on wood. couple of goodies awaiting install to make look cool...that's about it. I love this thing.
sold the Caddy with 94500...no issues to speak of
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Originally Posted by brichpmr View Post
I have owned Honda vehicles since 1983 (Prelude to Legend to RSX), and my 2012 TSX Wagon reminds me of the 'old school' Honda feel I loved back in the day. I bought it 2 1/2 years ago with 26k on the clock. As a daily driver, I am now at 53k. and it runs like brand new. I replaced the OEM tires a year ago with a set of 225/50ZR-17 Michelin Pilot Sport A/S 3+. I baby this unicorn with synthetic oil changes roughly every 6 months. My wife and I love taking road trips down to Cape May in this wagon. It's a keeper!
agreed 100%

owned many Acura’s and Honda’s through 80s and on. The tsx wagon really reminds me of the EF Si type of feel, albeit much larger.

Worst honda was a 2011 civic sedan we had in the family - honda really lost their mojo- what a pile of crap that car was

but the tsx wagon is definitely our last Acura
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you're that close to death?
or you just don't want that brand?

I just saw an EP3 and although the vtec in it was intake only and anemic...I had a torrid love affair with that car that was cut short by an accident that totaled it.
The only thing that reminds me of my 1991 Civic Hatch is the S2000, oddly enough...even being much newer, it's basically engineered very simply and easy to work on.
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Originally Posted by brichpmr View Post
I have owned Honda vehicles since 1983 (Prelude to Legend to RSX), and my 2012 TSX Wagon reminds me of the 'old school' Honda feel I loved back in the day. I bought it 2 1/2 years ago with 26k on the clock. As a daily driver, I am now at 53k. and it runs like brand new. I replaced the OEM tires a year ago with a set of 225/50ZR-17 Michelin Pilot Sport A/S 3+. I baby this unicorn with synthetic oil changes roughly every 6 months. My wife and I love taking road trips down to Cape May in this wagon. It's a keeper!
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I don't care that they aren't Acras. I have no friends but I have wagons. :'(
64500 on mine...so far no issues, knock on wood. couple of goodies awaiting install to make look cool...that's about it. I love this thing.

sold the Caddy with 94500...no issues to speak of
Nice rides. Time to fill up your wagon with friends!
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Originally Posted by brichpmr View Post
I have owned Honda vehicles since 1983 (Prelude to Legend to RSX), and my 2012 TSX Wagon reminds me of the 'old school' Honda feel I loved back in the day. I bought it 2 1/2 years ago with 26k on the clock. As a daily driver, I am now at 53k. and it runs like brand new. I replaced the OEM tires a year ago with a set of 225/50ZR-17 Michelin Pilot Sport A/S 3+. I baby this unicorn with synthetic oil changes roughly every 6 months. My wife and I love taking road trips down to Cape May in this wagon. It's a keeper!
You'll find many of us agree that the TSX is the last of the "old school" Hondas. Slender A pillars and lots of glass give it the great visibility of the past. Driving it just feels familiar.

How do you like the A/S 3+? It's a sportier tire than OEM and I am toying with the idea when it comes time to change.

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agreed 100%

owned many Acura’s and Honda’s through 80s and on. The tsx wagon really reminds me of the EF Si type of feel, albeit much larger.

Worst honda was a 2011 civic sedan we had in the family - honda really lost their mojo- what a pile of crap that car was

but the tsx wagon is definitely our last Acura
2011 Civic -- run! It didn't even have rear split folding seats. My 1987 Acura Integra had rear split folding seats!

Speaking of which, the TSX Wagon feels like a mature Integra. While both have 5 doors, the TSX has a mature power band: peak torque at 4300 rpm and VTEC at 5000 rpm. The 1987 Integra didn't have VTEC, but peak torque came at 5500 rpm and it was fun to drive on the right side of the tach!

Yes, the current Acura lineup doesn't speak to me. Mazda, however, impresses me with its strides in technology and luxury. They feel like early Honda and Acura. Tesla also piques my interest.
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The A/S 3+ tires are a good match for the TSX wagon, both for normal cruising and for a bit of semi-spirited driving on the twisties, taking advantage of the excellent stock suspension and the responsive low end torque. I also find the paddle shifters useful for engine braking. All in all, this wagon plays above its weight, and in some respects feels like a more expensive ride. At just under $20k, it has been a real bargain so far.
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2011 Civic -- run! It didn't even have rear split folding seats. My 1987 Acura Integra had rear split folding seats!

Speaking of which, the TSX Wagon feels like a mature Integra. While both have 5 doors, the TSX has a mature power band: peak torque at 4300 rpm and VTEC at 5000 rpm. The 1987 Integra didn't have VTEC, but peak torque came at 5500 rpm and it was fun to drive on the right side of the tach!

Yes, the current Acura lineup doesn't speak to me. Mazda, however, impresses me with its strides in technology and luxury. They feel like early Honda and Acura. Tesla also piques my interest.
I miss my 93 Integra GSR the most and my 91 Civic Si and my 90 Crx Si. I also miss my 86 and 91 wagovans.

That aaid, I have Mazda in the family. Don’t buy one. I don’t listen to my own advice and have both Mazda and subaru. Low quality product. They are not Tier 1 Japanese for a reason.
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