Nothing so far, but it's new.
The car just came back from its 1000 km check up at the dealership today. I had noticed a couple of things that the dealer has corrected:
1. The wheel alignment was slightly off and was pulling to the left.
The dealer said that sometimes rotating the fronts tyres solves this problem, and apparently it has.
2. The rubber door seals (all around) were slightly loose, and the dealer has corrected this as well.
The car is very refined, and the build quality is excellent.
I traded in my 2008 RAV4 for this. Both were 125kw 2.4L engines. I loved the RAV, and it was a really good car, but I just wanted a change after 3 years.
The CR-V is definitely smaller that the RAV. However, the turning circle of the CR-V is not as good as the RAV. Inside the CR-V is smaller as well, but the fit and finish is of a higher grade than the RAV. The stereo and all the switches and interior lighting give it a premium feel.
The RAV had a 4 speed auto and the CR-V has a 5 speed auto. The gearbox in the CR-V is much more responsive than the RAV. The gearbox is really good for an auto. The upshifts and downshifts are smooth and quick.
I was always pretty impressed with the handling of the RAV. It was quite good considering it was a soft roader, and had some amount of body roll, which is expected in a car like this. However, the CR-V's handling is so much better. There is very little body roll. The suspension is also firmer, but not uncomfortable. I'm hoping to go on a road trip and drive it on some twisties, to see how it really handles. I remember the RAV being a bit of an effort on the twisties, with the constant under steer making it a lot of work.
On the downside, the car comes with same Bridgestones that the RAV came with. They are horrible and noisy. I changed the RAV's around 40,000 km to these Kuhmos, which were much better. So, eventually I think this will also happen to the CR-V.