This is not an easy thing for us to tell you what to do without looking at these vehicles. So all we can do is advise you on the best way to evaluate this.
First if you can get a full health report on the vehicle from the dealer that you are buying it from then that would be best. Then if you have a trusted mechanic that you can take the vehicle to have them evaluate it, that is just an outside opinion which will really help pick anything obvious out.
In general these are trustworthy vehicles but anytime you are buying a used car you have no idea what you are buying no matter how much research and inspections you do. It could fail tomorrow or never have an issue for the entire time you have it.
The only thing you can do is your due diligence now and then based on what you find, pay a price that you feel is fair.
Clearly the more possible issues you find, the price should come down. If you find no major issues then you should pay the market value of it.
Let us know if you have more questions or get more info about the vehicle and we can help walk through it. Thanks
Thursday, March 25th, 2021 AT 5:55 PM