We don't get involved with things like that here. It could be a great deal or a lousy one. It's my least favorite manufacturer to deal with and my least favorite model, but you can get good ones and bad ones.
Why is the person selling it? Does it have any problems that you were told, "it just needs a... ". If that were true, they would have fixed the problem.
Your best bet is to ask to take the car for an afternoon and take it to an independent shop for an impartial inspection to include the brakes, steering, and suspension systems. A thorough inspection with a short test-drive should take about an hour and a half. You choose the shop, not the seller.
Even the most thorough inspection can't find things that can go wrong next week. There's often no way to know what is about to go wrong, just like with any other car.
Monday, February 15th, 2016 AT 6:58 PM