I would not buy another car here again: I bought a 2000 Honda CRV this past December. It was a good deal as far as price and miles but I am glad I waited some time to write a review. Their service people put transmission fluid in the rear differential instead of Honda pump fluid - ONLY. If you read the back of a rear diff bottle it will say not for CVT vehicles which the CRV is. I figured this out when making very sharp turns or pulling out in loose gravel the rear diff would make a rubbing noise. I drained the fluid which was red not clear like the Honda CVT fluid which is now called Pump II fluid. Anyway, after I replaced it the sound went away. A couple months later the exhaust cracked around the flange where it bolts to the exhaust manifold. About the same time I discovered the bottom rubberized window trim had black electrical tape to cover up the rubber flaking off. Same thing happened to my 2002 Honda Civic. I made it a point to look at this trim because it seems to happen on the Hondas after some time. I also discovered the low fuel indicator light does not come on. And one of the belts almost always squeals when it is the least bit cold. This week I had new tires put on and two of the five rear left lugs were cross threaded. They also had the wrong tire size on the vehicle. I know they would claim not to know anything about the problems of course. My advice is if your going to buy from them, low ball them the best you can.