I bought a Fit from Apple Tree Honda. The check engine light came on at 15,000 miles. The computer diagnostic codes stated emissions leaks which they could not find, so they concluded I didn't tighten the gas cap properly. Mark, the service rep, claimed the owners manual states the gas cap should be tightened until you hear 3 clicks. I checked, and the manual clearly states to tighten until you hear 1 click which is what I've always done. I was charged $145 because this wasn't covered under warranty. 30 miles after I left the service department, the check engine light appeared again. Mark also made me wait 30 minutes after the mechanics had finished with the car. I finally went to his desk and he said, "they should be bringing your car around any minute". I informed him that my car had been sitting in the customer pick up area for 30 minutes, and the keys were on his desk. He had been busy chatting with his coworkers for those 30 minutes. I had been assigned this particular service rep for the two oil changes conducted there, and I had to search for him down each time the service was completed. This is my first, and last, Honda.