We bought a 2010 Honda Fit in May 2017. Only because sales person said that was all we could afford or the bank has approved. The car was okay. We noticed missing all rugs and a few other things (used vehicle). After driving the car for three months, we noticed the engine light came on and the D light blinking. Took it to the dealer and of course, they wanted to charge $145 for a diagnosis (plug into the computer a get a code). I decided not to do it there but instead go to the nearest Autozone and have them plug in for free. After getting the code, we realized it might be the transmission fluid. I took the car to a near by shop where they went to the Honda dealer and bought transmission oil and replaced it, mind you the one already in the vehicle was black and transmission fluid is supposed to be pink. Apparently, they sold us a car that supposedly is certified, but they never did a change of transmission fluid or even oil change. Sold us a car that has never been in service in God knows how long. I contacted the manager and let them know what was going on, and they were very good at first and asked me to bring the car in and that they are going to diagnose the problem free of charge. When they called me back to let me know what was going on the service person tries to tell me that the wrong transmission fluid was used and that it will cost about $250 to flush and replace and that might be part of the problem. When I spoke to the manager himself said that there was no record of this vehicle ever being serviced. So if that's so why I have to pay for repairs that were there when the car was bought. The transmission fluid is the correct one and is not over full this job was done by a professional mechanic and have paper work to prove that oil was bought at Honda. After hearing that it will cost me $250 to replace oil and that might not even be an issue and that it might cost more and might need a new transmission because they sold us junk car I told them to forget it. Honda is a rip off they know what they are doing but believe me will not get a penny from me and no longer will be their customer.. I was thinking about buying another car but no way not there. They have done this to many times; my sister had a similar incident happen to her as well. They sell you the car, and if you don't ask for extended warranty, they don't even offer it. The car will last three months exactly when their warranty is over, and then you are stuck with pricey repairs and dishonest people. My mom worked so hard for this car to help transport my disable child and this is what we get JUNK.