How to fix the ‘lack of consumer confidence’ in Honda

A recent Honda customer service survey shows that a majority of owners do not trust Honda Financial Services to help them resolve their financial issues.

The survey, conducted by Honda’s Honda Customer Service, found that only 44 percent of owners believed that Honda Financial was able to help with their financial needs.

The poll was conducted between November 1 and December 31 and surveyed 2,527 Honda owners who owned a Honda in the United States.

Among the respondents, 43 percent had purchased a new or used Honda vehicle.

The survey also found that 53 percent of Honda owners reported that they had not been able to reach an auto repair or loan specialist to resolve their problems.

The Honda survey also showed that only 38 percent of those owners had been able get the loan they needed for their car.

In contrast, 56 percent of all owners reported having been able at least once to resolve a financial issue.

In the last year, Honda has taken several steps to address the lack of consumer trust in its financial services.

The company has launched a nationwide “Customer Satisfaction Scorecard,” which was launched in October, which includes information on the quality of Honda Financial Service’s customer service.

It also launched a video training course for customers to improve their knowledge of the company’s financial services and improve the customer experience.

In addition, Honda launched a new website called “Honda Financial” that allows customers to view their financial records and see a timeline of their financial problems.

The report also found the Honda Financial service to be among the least trusted in the auto industry.

According to the survey, a majority (59 percent) of owners said they had no trust in Honda Financial to help resolve their personal financial issues, while just 13 percent said they did.

A Honda Financial representative, which will appear in the video, said in a statement that Honda was taking steps to improve its customer service to improve trust in the financial services it provides.

The Honda Financial survey comes at a time when Honda has struggled to increase its sales, which has seen a drop in the number of customers buying its vehicles.

The automaker reported a loss of $2.4 billion in the first quarter of 2017.

The Consumer Reports automotive test scorecard is not the only issue that Honda has been dealing with lately.

In September, the company reported that its credit score dropped from a “Very Good” rating to a “Fair” rating in the Consumer Reports “Credit Satisfaction Report.”

In December, the report found that Honda’s credit score has been declining for six months.

The auto company has said it plans to invest in improving its financial service.