The paint on my 2014 Honda Pilot started peeling back in November of 2016. I took it in to the Service Department at the end of November. I spoke with the Service Manager and he took pictures of the problem. Didn't hear back from him or any representative so I returned in mid December. Their excuse was they lost the pictures. So I went back and the Service Manager then sent me to the collision center to get pictures of the peeled paint again. By early January no one had returned my calls, or made any attempts to contact me so I once again reached out to them. The Service Manager's response was people were on vacation. My response, of course, was "it's been since November". The Service Manager got back to me and told me I was out of warranty and therefore they were not going to take care of my Pilot. They lost the documentation, wouldn't return my calls and after all that, that's all I got. I even met with the Store manager and his response was "let me get you into a new car". I was finally able to speak to the District Service Manager and her attitude was very nonchalant. I explained the situation. She stated I should have taken my vehicle in for "service". What?? Really! What does an oil change, tire rotation, or any other mechanical concern have to do with paint peeling off the roof of the SUV? Clark Knapp Honda Great sales people, worst service experience!