I found a 2016 CR-V with 19,748 miles on it, a clean CarFax, one owner, and a good oil change history on CarFax always by the same Honda dealer In Wexford who originally sold the vehicle to the original owner and was now offering it for sale. OCI of 6,051 miles, 11,599 miles, 15,726 miles, and 19,778 miles. Because the Wexford dealer originally sold it, and did all the service on it over the years, and was also now selling it, I am thinking this vehicle spent most of its life around Wexford PA which is a fairly flat area with roads that are mostly faster than stop and go city traffic, compared to the hills and traffic around Pittsburgh. So I am thinking that along with regular oil changes, the CVT had a easier life than it would have had if it had been closer to the city. The dealer put a new battery in it in December 27 2019 when the odometer had 19,729 miles on it, and just put new rotors and pads on all 4 and flushed the break fluid, and changed the rear differential fluid, and put 4 new Goodyear Assurance all season tires on it. I took it for a test ride today and the multi-adjustable power drivers seat fit me like a glove and I am 6' 4", and the vehicle absorbs bumps in the road nicely. Two very important things for my bad back. The vehicle inside is quiet and the normally aspirated direct injected 2.4 has enough power for my non aggressive laid back driving, but pulled fine on hills when I gave it the gas. The price was a little more than I wanted to pay, but I am hopping to get many years out of this vehicle. I drive about 5K to 7K miles a year. Usually around the south hills of Pittsburgh, very little actual in the city stop and go. So I am hopping with good maintenance this vehicle will last many years. I will probably change the engine oil every 5K with the best lowest NOACK oil I can find, and a Mobil filter, Honda CVT fluid every 25K, and Honda rear differential fluid every 15K. I figure it is going to take me quite a while to learn all the little things about this vehicle. I am wondering if an oil catch can on the PVC line might me a good idea? And if so who makes the best one? Also, music is one of my hobbies and this vehicle has USB ports for flash-drives for the sound system. I want to load about 2000 songs that are on CD's onto a flash-drive and keep them in the vehicle. I think a 128 Gig drive will be big enough, but wonder what make of flash-drive would hold up to the coldest winter temperatures and the heat of being locked in a vehicle on the hottest days of summer? Would a flash-drive larger than 128 Gig be less reliable? Also what software would be the best for transferring songs from CD's to a flash drive, preferably to be run on a windows 10 Lenova laptop with 500 Gig hard-drive? Thanks in advance for any information on the best lowest NOACK oil, the catch can, flash-drive, music software, and anything else I should be aware of.