Honda Legend Problems
No car is perfect, but we've gathered everything relating to the Honda Legend reliability here to help you decide if it's a smart buy.
"Stop driving immediately": Honda to buy back 33,000 older cars in urgent Takata airbag recall
Honda Australia has offered to buy back 33,289 older Accord and Legend cars, and CR-V SUVs, all of which could be fitted with potentially deadly airbags. As such, their owners have been told to ...Read More
Honda Legend 2009: Replacement options
Keeping a car for the long term is always risky because there’s no guarantee that it won’t breakdown some time on the future. But you say your Honda has been regularly serviced, garaged, and hasn’t been in a crash, so if you’re prepared to keep up with the service and take good care of it there’s no reason to get out of it. On top of that 182,000 km is not a lot by today’s standards, so there’s every reason to keep it going. If you do want to switch any of the top selling small hatches should fill the bill.
Honda recall to replace faulty Takata airbags for second time
Honda Australia has issued a recall notice to replace faulty Takata airbag inflators in a batch of 25,282 of its vehicles, which had already been recalled to rectify the same issue.Read More
Deadly Takata airbag recall nears 1.2 million in Australia
Only a fraction of the 1.2 million cars on Australia roads with airbags that can spray shrapnel have been fixed, new figures show.Read More
Honda recalls more deadly Takata airbags
It’s the biggest recall in Honda Australia history and the consequences of not getting the airbags replaced can be deadly.The number of Honda cars recalled in Australia to replace potentially deadly ...Read More
Good price for a 2004 Legend?
As a trade-in you would get $4000-$4500, if you sold it privately you might get $5500-$5800.
Honda Legend oil problem
I wouldn't be too concerned about it, but I would be checking it regularly for signs that it is increasing, in which case I would then be taking it back to my dealer for action.
Used Honda Legend review: 2006-2008
Honda execs implored Australians to look past the badge when shopping for a prestige car, and add the new Legend to their shopping list alongside the prestige heavyweights from Europe.The new all- ...Read More
Belt-changing Honda Legend
The recommended belt service interval is 80,000-100,000 km. If it hasn't been done before it certainly needs to be done. At the same time mechanics often recommend changing the water pump as the tension of the new belt on the old water pump can cause the bearings in the water pump to fail. The cost to do the service is around $500, but can be up to $800 if you also do the water pump.