Honda makes some incredibly popular vehicles in Canada. The Japanese automaker has been the go-to choice for many Canadians by making affordable, dependable, and efficient automobiles. The Honda Civic was the best-selling passenger car in Canada for 24 consecutive years (though it no longer holds the top spot at the time of writing.)
Because Hondas are dependable vehicles, they don’t have an inordinate amount of transmission issues. They do have some transmission issues, though. It’s impossible to make the perfect transmission for several reasons, not least of which is that they’re so complex. There’s a lot that can go wrong with a transmission, and eventually something will.
For Honda transmissions, some problems seem to crop up more than others. These problems include malfunctioning torque converters, overheating, and slipping out of gear. If your Honda vehicle is exhibiting any of these issues, or other problems, please bring it in to your nearest Mister Transmission so our experts can have a look at it.
Different models require different transmissions. Auto manufacturers build transmissions to suit different purposes. Honda vehicles come with the following transmissions:
Some popular Honda models include:
Honda is one of the most popular auto brands in Canada, in part because their relatively simple transmissions are reliable. Besides their high selling Civic, Accord, and CR-V models, Honda also has a large portion of the luxury market through their Acura line. Like most modern-day vehicles, Honda transmissions are regulated by the vehicle’s on-board computer.
If your Honda is having what might be transmission problems, or if it needs some routine service, please contact us. The Mister Transmission Multi-Check Inspection can find any problem within your Honda transmission. Visit one of our locations today to learn more!
At Mister Transmission, we can top up your transmission fluid, communicate with your Honda’s onboard computer, replace your torque converter, and more. We also offer performance upgrades.
Most Honda vehicles in Canada have automatic transmissions. These transmissions use sensors to determine when to shift gears, using internal oil pressure to change them.
A Manual transmission requires the driver to shift gears themselves. You do this using the clutch and gas pedals.
CVTs (continuously variable transmissions) are relatively new. They offer improved acceleration and enhanced fuel economy.