There is nothing wrong with the car but like every care it too require routine maintenance.
So what's the problem you may ask? Let me list a few
- The first problem is that parts are not so readily available (except in big cities) and are rather expensive. All other problems are a direct outcome of this one.
- Firstly, since the parts are costly, chances are the previous owner did not replace things when they were due. He either waited until they broke, or he/she will pass on that to you. Therefore, finding a good maintained car is difficult due to costly parts.
- Secondly, due to its age, it will require some repair and replacement. Are you willing to buy expensive original parts for it? or are you going to cut corners and make-do with temporary cheaper solutions? Any badly maintained car is going to give you trouble irrespective of make or country of manufacture.
- Thirdly, when things go down due to poor maintenance, they require major overhauling and as someone mentioned before, its gonna make you cry.
My colleague used to have on at office and my cousin still has one. Their unanimous feedback...its a good car but very heavy on the pocket. My colleague has sold his since 2012 and my cousin are looking to change theirs soon.