Put yourself in the role of the service advisor at the dealership. A guy comes in with no issue other than sniffing his oil dipstick and claiming to smell gas. It might be the final straw that causes the poor guy to change jobs.Hello, All! I purchased a 2019 Honda Accord 2.0T / 10AT Sport back in June, and it's been driving great. I have about 3500 miles (60% life, according to MM) and I checked the oil today. The oil on the dipstick smells like gasoline to me, so maybe I'm just paranoid after reading about the 1.5T CRV's, but isn't this a sign of the dreaded oil dilution problem? The dipstick always showed right at the fill line, and I've always been checking, so it doesn't seem like gas is being added on this metric, but I definitely smell gas.
Anyone else experience this? I'm thinking about bringing it in to the dealer, but not sure if it will be a waste of time.
Thanks in advance for your feedback!