Hum......sounds more like a whining post than a helpful advice post.?♂ Every airplane has always been perfect in every way.
I understand you, ... I did the same as 3 other people I know but here it is mainly because of the cold in Quebec very bad heating. mine was a 2017, 2 other friends had 2018 and the last one a 2019. we changed for the same reasonsI purchased a new 2018 EXL in Aug. 2018. I have owned many new Honda products over the past 40 years and all of them had been very satisfactory until the purchase of the 18 CR-V. When I disposed of the CR-V, it had less than 7k miles on it. The reason that I felt compelled to sell it was because it had too many electronic malfunctions to be trustworthy. The a/c only worked intermittently, the brake hold feature failed to release at one point causing a real embarrassment holding up traffic in rush hour, warning lights flashing for no apparent reason, low tire pressure warning coming on when tires were fully inflated,and the list goes on.
I'm a commercial pilot flying heavy jets, so I believe that I was qualified to operate the vehicle properly, and to understand the electronic management system.
The purpose of my post is to help others coming to this forum for pre-purchase research to be aware that there may be better choices made by other manufacturers competing this market segment.
It's possible, there may be better choices. But it's also just as possible there may not be, as all new vehicles these days suffer from the same ridiculous gimmickry and quality control issues, and Honda is not the worst, although they may also not be the best these days. Thanks for sharing your cautionary tale with us. Be sure to do similar research on the appropriate forum for your next vehicle, and share with us what your next choice is. Best of luck on that.The purpose of my post is to help others coming to this forum for pre-purchase research to be aware that there may be better choices made by other manufacturers competing this market segment.