Nissan the devilish 2004 Sentra.
2004 Nissan Sentra
I first bought the car for $3000 back in 2016 and the first couple of weeks it was working really good but by the 2nd week it started giving me problems. I took it to a mechanic shop for inspection and come to find out there was a long list of problems need to be fixed. From the transmission that cost me another $1000 dollars to repair, the computer system wasn't working (speed gauges weren't going up) and the speed exhaust was, I think what he said was, that it was starting to clog. Fast forward to 2018 to today 11/2/2018 the transmission went out again. I have literally spent some of my taxes on this car (mind you I have 3 kids which means I get some extra tax return) in total I must've spent around $8,000 dollars on this car. My girlfriend told me that my Nissan is not even worth that much so why would I continue to fix it? This car has taught me to take some time doing some research before buying any car. My recommendation is do your research!