It seems to need repairs way too much in respect to the mileage on it.
2014 Chevrolet Cruze LS
I bought my pre-owned car in 2016 (it was 2 years old). It had less than 25,000 miles on it. It's a small car, but it's nice and great on gas. I was on my way to the dealer a few months after purchasing the car for a scheduled oil change, when my check engine light came on. The catalytic converter needed to be replaced. Less than a year later, the catalytic converter needed to be replaced again, due to a recall. After that the check engine light seemed to be on more than not on. Two months ago I had a major repair cost and it was necessary to pass inspection. The thermostat, housing, and a relay switch (dealing with emission) had to be replaced. Between parts and labor, it cost me over $750. Then the cost to inspect my car. The car only has 52,000 miles on it. And I feel that the quality of this particular Chevy vehicle is not up to Chevy standards. I have always preferred Chevrolet and have been more than satisfied with their performance and reliability, but when it comes time to purchase a new vehicle, I don't think I will be staying with Chevy. I have also heard complaints and negative reviews from other Cruze owners; like transmission going at 60,000 to 70,000 miles. I'm hoping they were isolated incidents, but unfortunately the standards of the less-expensive, more affordable vehicles have dropped significantly making it even more difficult to make ends meet for the middle class.