I'm more than annoyed with Honda right now. I know of a 2017 CR-V with less than 6,000 miles on it, that Honda bought back due to several unresolved electrical gremlins. The original owner bought it new last fall. The heater wouldn't get hot when it was cold out. The radio would lose its presets, sometimes only the AM, sometimes only the FM. The collision mitigation system would activate (apply the brakes) when there was absolutely nothing to avoid. These are just a few, the list went on and on. When it was obvious that fixing this thing was going to be a steep uphill battle, the dealership let him pick a new 2018 CR-V off the lot, and let him drive it for a few days as a loaner, while the buy back was being arranged. He ended up keeping the 2018 loaner. And what did the dealer do with his gremlin infested 2017? They cleaned it up, CPO'd it, and parked it out on the used lot. I can't imagine that they'd CPO it, with all of these issues, especially with the collision mitigation issues. That alone could *cause* a wreck, and hurt/kill people. Buyer beware, indeed.