Ended up knowing the name and repair price of each component of the car
What follows isn't a joke, otherwise I wouldn't have taken any time to write this.
Transmission had a problem shifting on the highway 2 weeks after I bought the car.
Motor had to be changed at 118 000 km.
Took 1 pint of oil each 3000 km.
Battery had to be changed twice within 30 000 km.
Alternator, front bearings, timing belt and exhaust had to be changed.
Prestone pump and windshield washer pump had to be changed.
Front caliper on the driver's side fell on the highway, back brakes weren't working. Replaced the front brakes twice without knowing about the back ones.
Hand brake and overdrive buttons weren't working, as well as the lights on my dashboard.
Plus, rust was spreading like wildfire.
Maybe it is a fuel efficient car, but with my engine problem it was consuming about 15 liters/100 km (no joke).
The car was fun to drive and comfortable.
I bought this car without having it checked by a professional, and the blame is on me, I guess, but I'm sure it would've gone bad, even with the help of someone who knew more than me.
I've paid 4000$ for it, and I spent a good 5000$ for repair.
Check the car for a good 3 hours before thinking about buying this lemon. I would maybe buy a Hyundai if it was from 2010 and up.
Would you buy another car from this manufacturer? No
Review Date: 8th March, 2012