Djairouks I can understand you that you lost the trust in your bike. But I think you should kick your dealer under his ass that he not solved this problem for you. When you has this problem from the beginning then it is even more worse. If I was your dealer I took then machine back and give a new bike. There is also something as consumers rights if a product fails you have right for replacement or money back.
You may be expect that Honda would do something about it but what is Switzerland or EU for Honda ( not only Honda) nothing. A market where you have to put a lot of money in and with governments which can,t look on long term. All that environmental **** you get crazy of it. Like with diesel cars we paid for euro 6 now we are criminals and losing money because we can,t sell them anymore.
If you feel comfortable with your Tiger that is most important thing and I feel myself comfortable to spend 23000 euro for a brand new CRF1100 Adventure Sport ES with DCT.
Sure to each their own bike, AT is not bad per se, I had many fun trips but yeah the Tiger is better for what I do !
Honestly my dealership are good guys, but they can't do anything in Switzerland the market is a joke, we Always get more expensive models than neigbours, France, Germany, Italy and custommer service is BS we are too small, they would have never changed a whole bike for a false neutral, Honda would say it's user problem.
Anyway the problem is my first year, I might have had one or two False neutral and not on a highway at high speed, so I just brushed it off, as me not switching well, but second year i got more of them bike was allready 20'000ish Km and I didn't want to sell it because of this, but lately 3 in one Week almost crashing, even if the dealership had given me options which they didn't, the 2020 aren't available and I need my bike, but I lost faith in the bike and Honda to be honest… hopefully Triumph will have better custommer service, or I'll be back to the most flawless brand I owned, Yamaha, hopefully won't need to.
I have worked and lived in USA in 2010 and I can definitely say custommer services in europe, are almost all a joke, in the US I would have gone to the dealership and they would have taken this seriously, in Europe they will just do things to show they act, but make it last and in the end they expect you to just let it slide.