Bought a 2010 TSX in 2013, paid a little more than we wanted to, but we loved the car and we bought an extended warranty for $1400 to boot. Then the outdoor temperature sensor started acting up and was giving us inaccurate reading. It showed the temperature was 100 to 123 degrees when it was actually 25-27 degrees. This happened 3 times in the summer and winter with various incorrect temperature and the heat didn't work either. Jordan, the service manager said not to run the heat on automatic, but manual and it would work fine. When you buy a car you expect the options to work, after all you paid for them. Every time we brought it back, they supposedly fixed it and it worked fine for a couple of weeks to a month?. The 3rd. time they said that the computer read that there was nothing wrong. This will be the fourth time bringing it back. The part cost $170 and we have a $100 deductible on our warranty. Which means we paid $200 dollars so far for a $170 part that's not fix. I believe there's more to the problem other than the sensor, sounds more like a computer clinch to me, that they're trying to hide. All they say is that their hands are tied and just look at each other and shrugged their shoulders. Very frustrating that you get no respect at Antoninos, after you buy a car there So p[ease stay away. .