Originally Posted by jan31
So if you going to get a nice car better learn how to work on it if you don't want to spend a lot money on repairs otherwise get a toyota corolla!!
I wouldn't advise this. My wife drove an '07 Corolla S, purchased brand new, for a couple of years. Parts literally started falling off (roof channel trim) as we drove off the lot. It was all downhill from there. When the ECU failed at 20,000 miles, we walked away from tha total piece of shit.
It was, without question, the most unreliable and poorly screwed together car I have ever owned. My MG is more reliable than that Corolla.