I bought a used 2016 CR V AWD with the 2.4L engine. The car is great, good fuel economy and good power. I checked the service history and the car was a lease and one owner after the lease. Has 83,500 miles on it now and i checked all the fluids that I could on the vehicle before I bought it, I also purchased a 36,000 mile or 3 year warranty for the power train. Thing is, I keep hearing about this oil dilution problem so.. after I made a trip to Portland oregon and back, same day about 300 miles or so.. I thought I would check the oil. I did what honda recommends In their manual, got engine up to operating temperature and then turned it off and let it sit on a flat surface for 3 minutes. I then pulled out the dipstick, wiped it down and put it back in to get the reading. The level was WAY higher than the full mark, over the arching part of the dipstick even and smelled strongly of gasoline. I then removed the oil filler cap and smelled that, very strong smell of gasoline. I thought this problem was limited to the 1.5 turbo and if I was driving on the highway at around 75MPH wouldn't the gasoline evaporate? I'm going to call the dealer I purchased it from to schedule an appointment but was curious if anyone else with this engine has had similar problems and how it went at the dealer if it was under warranty. This is my first honda and first car I've ever bought that was this new, I love my car and its very nice however I tend to have OCD about my things and the thought of this much gasoline in my engine oil is stressful.