You never mentioned how much you know about cars or this particular model.
Does it have maintenance recors? You can usually take the last digits of
the VIN to the local stealership and they'll tell you what they did. If
they won't release because you aren't the owner have the owner get the those
records. YOu can check lots of stuff yourself like all the power windows,
seats, roof, ant, lights, signals, wipers, heater, ac, def, radio, tape/cd,
mirrors, oil leaks, tranny leaks, coolant, (is it clear), belts, etc. How
it starts, accelerates, shifts, brakes, turns, etc. If anything seems
sluggish or doesn't seem right get an estimate to fix. An estimated cost to
fix a small problem will sometime floor you by its magnitude. Body and
upholstery work are also expensive.. Tires, if they're new see if they're
cheapos, will give you a clue to the sellers intentions and also worn
cheapos might mean lack of maintenance.
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