Before buying this car, you need to understand that the driver's side mirror is "non standard", and is referred to by Honda as "Expanded-View". The outer portion of the mirror uses a convex mirror in an attempt to create a broader field of view (your blind spot).
After 2 months and 1400 miles, I have found the mirror to be inferior to the standard driver's side mirror. In theory it would seem to work by permitting a larger field of view, but in actual practice it creates confusion and the inability to judge the distance of the approaching vehicle in your left lane. Night time is even worse, with 2 headlights often showing as 3 or 4 lights, depending on where the approaching car is, what part is viewable in the "convex" mirror, and what is appearing in the standard mirror.
In my opinion, Honda has created a safety hazard, whereby the driver is uncertain as to the distance of the approaching car or how many cars are approaching (at night).
Be certain you take the CR-V for a LONG test ride, and make sure you can use the mirror. There is no other mirror option.