I have had many cars in my life and never had this problem. It's either an Engineering problem or a defective part. It's not like the engine is rumbling like a souped up Nova or anything. Honda says it isn't their fault. It only has 85,000 miles on it. The motor mounts may have been cracked for a long time. The car was bought new and never been in a wreck.
2004 Honda Pilot that that has broken engine mounts. Anyone with this problem? on 2004 Honda Pilot
by goose6 in Richmond Hill, GA on May 05, 2012
ANSWER by ziptie12 , October 24, 2012
Sacrifice between smooth engagement of gears and isolation of drivetrain vibrations over some durability. Driving conditions have an effect also.