Just a bit of a rant: Now then, what is all this on the net / honest john saying that Hondas commitment and effort on their first diesel was half hearted and that the engines / DMF's / clutches are basically unreliable.... And to quote HJ: "By August 2009 was starting to hear of turbo bearing failures on 2.2i CDTIs." How many units are they "starting to see fail", and has user error been considered as a factor.... My grandad RIP had a habit of revving the nuts off the engine before switching off - probably served some logical purpose on old petrol cars, but not gonna help turbos on diesels. I just think that maybe there's a bit of BS floating round about Hondas "first diesel" and not much hard evidence that there is anything inherently "wrong" with their design. People said the same thing about the Peugeot 407 clutch / DMF but I sold mine at 137k still on it's 1st clutch. Is this just ford fans trying to hate on a "reliable" brand?