So I took my 07 Odyssey in for rear brake inspection. I have just under 30,000Km on my Ody. I barely use it as it is a second vehicle. I am the original owner as well. I was getting a weird shuddering sound in the rear when I applied the brakes. After inspection, I geta call from the dealer telling me they need to machine the rear rotors because they are badly warped. Then to make things worse, they tell me my rear shocks are leaking so they need to be replaced. I'm a little surprised as I have owned nothing but Hondas. I have never had to have rotors machined so early, especially the rears. I don't even drive this thing hard. My 08 Accord, which has over 60,000km, gets driven much harder, and all is fine with it. Now I don't expect shocks to last forever but I do expect them to last longer than 30,000KM. Definetly won't replace them with stock shocks if this is the life expectancy of them. Is this normal for an 2007 Odyssey?