Okay, ignoring the thread-jacking that occured, to the Original Poster:
Honda is currently in a class-action lawsuit over this odometer issue. You are right: the odometer does add miles too quickly.
2002-2006 (and some 2007) I believe added miles a little faster than they really were (even though they were allegedly still within industry standards), and as a result, Honda, if they lose or settle, is willing to offer a 5% increase on warranties to the afflicted model years of cars.
There are many many links to threads on this on this site. Do a search.
Your not alone, this summer my family and i went to the beach and me and my father set our trip meter to 0 when we left the house. When we got to the beach his trip meter was at 255 miles. Mine in my Si was reading 275 miles and we followed each other the whole way.
Yah it's really not even THAT much though...nothing we should seriously notice on a daily basis. It was like accurate to 3.75% on the high side and 1%on the low side which is practically nothing..and still within the 4% standard. Starting with 07' models they focused on the accuracy aiming for 0%.
Oh and PS..it only extended the warranty by 1,800 miles...5% of the original 36,000 warranty.
thats stupid if they only give you more miles that screws alot of things like if you are selling and it has more miles and i was using that odometer for break in ...honda is so lame now they have so many issues. I am a honda fan but hondas are suppose to be reliable and problem free. What up with this
I did a test on a 1.4 miles stretch with my 06 ex coupe and a 98 Lexus and an 02 Acura RL. They all showed exactly 1.4 miles on that stretch. May be 1.4 miles is not enough distance for an accurate test but all three cars hit 1.4 at the same exact mark.