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Picked up a 2019 Touring recently and when picking up noticed left chrome exhaust outlet was about 3/4 inch lower than the right [gap between the top of outlet to cutout in bumper finisher]. This Touring was built in Canada, and before I return to dealer am just wondering if anyone has noticed something similar? This is easily noticeable, at least to me, because of the excessive gap between the outlet and bumper on the one side, which is 1 5/8 inches.
 

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Picked up a 2019 Touring recently and when picking up noticed left chrome exhaust outlet was about 3/4 inch lower than the right [gap between the top of outlet to cutout in bumper finisher]. This Touring was built in Canada, and before I return to dealer am just wondering if anyone has noticed something similar? This is easily noticeable, at least to me, because of the excessive gap between the outlet and bumper on the one side, which is 1 5/8 inches.
Congrats for your new car! Should be same on both side. Have them adjust it.

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Mine came like that when I bought it. Same thing on the left outlet. 2019 EX. The dealer said they'd have a "special inspector" call me, but that never happened. Honda quality is not the same as it used to be...
 

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Honda quality is not the same as it used to be...
Depends on where your car was manufactured/assembled. If you think the quality is shot, get rid and buy something else.
 

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Said poster @Dante74205 hasnt confirmed that one way or the other from their solitary posting......🤦‍♂️
 
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