Any idea how to get goodwill help for a problem with my Jazz?

Honda are refusing to help me with my Jazz Gearbox problem on a 54 plate at 80,000, a known issue on Jazzes. I was wondering if you can offer any advice on how to put pressure on them or shame them into at least offering some partial goodwill on this issue, if it had happened a few months earlier they would have helped, but are not interested now. So disappointing for a previous Honda fan.

Asked on 19 September 2012 by ninthtoe

Answered by Honest John
No, because Honda generously extended the warranty on the transmission bearings, but a 54 reg is now 8 years old.
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