Bought my new 2013 CRV in August after driving my 1999 CRV for 14 years. Was a delight to get a new one and a pure joy to drive until this week. It's only 4 months old and got up one morning to drive it to work and it wouldn't start. Took my parents car to work while my father and brother in law dealt with my car. They boosted it and then drove it up to the Honda dealership. We were told that the battery was low but "healthy". They also said that they couldn't find anything wrong with my car and that all updates had already been done. They wanted to unhook my rust module which was sold to me by the dealership to see if it was draining the battery. I really don't want to do without my rust module right now as winter has started and the salt is being poured on the roads. They also said that I'm not driving it enough. I drive it to work 5 times a week. It's not far but stop for groceries, appointments, etc. lots of days on the way home. I told them that I had absolutely no problem this way with my old CRV. It was 14 years old and only had 89,000km on it. Why would this one need to be driven more? I am reading that there is a problem with the 2012 CRV's doing this but is anyone else having a problem with the 2013's and what is being done to correct this problem. I bought the new car to have a good reliable vehicle and now am afraid to take it anywhere. If the problem isn't corrected I'm afraid I will have to deal it in and I won't be going with a Honda again although I love the car. I just want a car I can drive and not be afraid to be left stranded.