I have a 2011 Odyssey with 38K miles. I am the first owner and the only driver and have taken very good care of the vehicle, all services, oil changes at the dealership. I took my car to the dealership last September for B1 service and was handed the following:
1. Front rotors need to be resurfaced due to pulsation - $139.95
2. Left front strut assembly needs to be replaced due to leak in front struts - $560
3. Rear passenger shock absorber leaking - $255
4. power steering rack leaking and the rack needs to be replaced - $1718 (I checked with the dealer, they say rack is not covered in powertrain warranty)
Strange thing is I do not see any leaks on the floor and the car seems to function normally. Maybe I am not able to notice/observe correctly. Also, the power steering rack leak might be in the boots so is not visible.
I bought Honda as I thought the quality is top notch and there will be no need for major expenses, at least not so soon at 38K miles. Now I know there can be mechanical issues with any car but this list seems a bit too much. I spoke with the dealer but they did not offer any help. I read elsewhere in the forum that I should contact Honda. Just wanted to check in this forum if any of these items should be expected/reasonable for a 2011 Odyssey with 38K miles. I will take my car to an independent mechanic shop to get a second opinion. But got to say, I am very disappointed with this. Just due to good Honda quality perception, I did not buy Honda Care extended warranty. Kicking myself now. Please advise.