Per Honda: Honda Certified Pre-Owned cars must be 6 years old or newer and the engine must have less than 80,000 miles. 7-year/100,000-mile Powertrain warranty from the vehicle's original in-service date.
Transmission is part of the power train.
As you did not state the year of the car, I have to guess it is about 7 years old.(or borderline) So basically OUTSIDE of the warranty period as it is "7 years or 100,000 miles(whichever comes first). Well, the age came first(that is my guess because you refused to give the age of vehicle) so HONDA does not have to do anything.(not legally)
. The dealership that sells used cars does not offer any guarantee. They can certify it was a used car.(they can guarantee the fact it was used)
[you got to pay attention what they are telling you]. They guaranteed it was not brand new, never used...for it was used.
You drove it for a bit? A 1000miles is quite a bit. You would be able to tell the transmission was bad within 1 mile. You bought a used car and you got what you got for the money you paid.
If you paid less than new cost, (which you did) you got less than new car.
How is that a surprize to you?
If the car is still under the 7 year maximum, the Honda Corp might can help you because it is still under warranty. If it is older, say 2011, then YOUR problem. Honda will look the other way...though they still "MIGHT" help you. It depends if they are feeling generous.
"They told me that i have until 111k miles on my car" Who is they.? Honda warranty is for 100K...no more than that and no one else can offer any more than that. They are Lying.
. If they can use the mpp warranty to cover the cost - why do you care how they do it, just so long as it does not cost you extra? See where it goes and what happens.
. Too often people want to sue for frivolous things when if you let them do the paperwork juggle, they will get you rolling. Get legal on them, and they will be less apt to "try to help you out of the goodness of their heart"
You want to battle? They can battle hard and you will lose. They can stick to the letter of the warranty(7yrs or 100K) and no further consideration is given. Not the outcome you wanted but that will be the result.
. You don't get a new transmission. They try to fix the transmission(because it is new for that car and fixing it sometimes is way faster than doing other to it...and it is just as good as new. That is all you want, is a car that works properly.