No significant issues to report over 25k miles in 16 months. Brake pedal rubber worn through and clutch pedal rubber very nearly worn. Not changed at this service but they won't last long. My Juke has 25k miles on and the original rubbers are like new. This is a minor issue of course and wouldn't be mentioned if there was something else of note to report. During service it was noted that the original tyres have 4mm of tread on all four corners, although I would say 3 at the front and 4 at the back personally. The brake pads are reported to be 50% front and back. Last weekend I went to the Goodwood Festival of Speed. During the outward journey the tyre pressure warning system was activated. I had adjusted the tyre pressures before the journey, which was the first time in its life that I have done so. They had not lost pressure but I gave them a sniff extra to achieve the fully loaded target. I reactivated the system at the hotel and it did not reactivate over the 200 miles back and since. This activation might have been due to the slightly greater tread depth at the rear which is the result of not rotating the wheels from new. Average over 480 fast miles, mainly motorway, is 43mpg according to the dashboard. I have yet to top up the tank at a commercial fuel station to check the dashboard computer's accuracy, although I have no reason to doubt it. During the service the two main recall's were done. No action on brake discs, which I already knew were fine. The DPF update was done, but I have yet to drive it to see if anything has altered from the driver's point of view. Never had any issue as it was and have yet to notice a regeneration take place. The other thing I requested and they noted was the 4WD software update. At some point in the near future there is no doubt that I will check its effectiveness. This should be quite easy to judge because the 4WD was absolutely hopeless as it was. I don't need it very often but when I do need it, I expect it to work, not sit there doing nothing or I might as well have bought a 2WD car. I really like this car and am considering upgrading the Juke to a second CR-V in late Autumn or early 2015. My hope is that there will be a high power 1.6 diesel nine speed automatic available by then. By late Feb 2015, this current CR-V will have covered 36,000 miles or so and I am so generally pleased with its performance that I would prefer to keep it rather than the Nissan Juke. Nothing wrong or has gone wrong with that either mind you. It's just that the CR-V is more practical and smoother to drive and seems to be a higher quality product somehow. Nicer engine and specification and more flexible and refined engine.