I don't really think Honda should get any blame here. Your car is 10 years old with over a 100k miles and every car that has ever been manufactured or ever will be manufactured will go through age and wear problems. Honda are no exception.
Personally, I consider an automobile an amazing piece of technology even if it for the most part a disposable consumer item. Given the stresses a car is subjected to (most unseen and unnoticed by the driver) it's stunning that any car stays in one piece for more than 500 miles.
Buy a new house and over time it degrades with electrical faults, plumbing problems, failing paint and roof shingles, and in some cases even cracked slabs and walls. The car principle is the same thing.