My 2007 Honda Pilot with 180,000 miles on it. I bought the car with 135,000. Even when I bought it, the car made this noise but it is getting louder. The noise is like a cycling, repetitive noise that increases in speed as the vehicle increases in speed. It seems to be coming from the rear. Two mechanics are mystified, both stating that the rear differential is full of oil so that is fine and they think it is a flat spot on a tire. But I’ve had several sets of tires on the car and the noise is the exact same, with no change. It is hard to describe, but it is just a semi-loud road noise that goes “whomp” every time something turns a rotation. I THINK it makes the repeating noise slower than the speed of a rotation of the tires, but I’m simply not sure.
Anybody else experience this?