Bought a 2009 CRV new. Have logged over 100,000 miles on it so far. The original Continental tires were junk, lasted only about 25,000 miles. At about 40,000 miles noise developed on backing the vehicle, especially when cold. Proved to be dirty fluid in the differential. Independent Honda mechanic said it was a common problem, fixed it for about $80. I expect I'll start to hear it again soon. Developed engine oil leak at about 50,000. Never bad enough to require adding oil between oil changes, and mechanic advised it would be very costly to repair as it was coming from seal between engine and transmission and the latter would have to be pulled to repair the leak. I did well over 200,000 on an Accord and was impressed with Honda quality. My experience with the CRV has changed my mind a bit. I'll be looking at Subaru, or maybe Mazda next time. If I was looking at this 2010 CRV I would not consider buying it without having it insected by a mechanic you trust. By the way, sound insulation is not one of Honda's strong points. The road noise in the CRV and my wife's Civic is terrible. Good luck.