New Jersey lawsuit is Tired of Honda Ignoring Starter Complaints

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Scott McCracken
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For years 2013-2015 Accord and Crosstour owners have been complaining about problems with their starters and the costs associated with it. In addition to the threat of being stranded, owners have ponied up a lot of cash for new batteries, towing fees to the dealership, and replacement starter motors.

And as it turns out the problem is likely a manufacturing issue. So a proposed class-action wants to know why Honda is refusing to help any owner outside of the warranty period?

The lawsuit as it currently stands is for affected Honda owners in the state of New Jersey.

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At least one model year in these 2 generations have a relationship to this story.

We track this because a generation is just a group of model years where very little changes from year-to-year. Chances are owners throughout these generation will want to know about this news. Click on a generation for more information.

  1. 9th Generation Accord

    Years
    2013–2017
    Reliability
    54th of 58
    PainRank
    49.34
    Complaints
    1341
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  2. 1st Generation Crosstour

    Years
    2012–2015
    Reliability
    23rd of 58
    PainRank
    5.95
    Complaints
    55
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