Nearly rust free, which as anyone in the northeast knows, is rare. Just a small spot on the back hatch and some surface rust a couple spots underneath. Has a evap leak that I'll need to track down and the dreaded death woddble between 45-50mph. new tie-rods and ball joints are included as well as brake rotor and pads for the last corner that hasn't been done yet. Also has a engine miss the owner attributed to fuel injectors needing cleaning(new o-rings also included to pull and clean the injectors). My brother, who drives just about the same model, and who is a mechanic said it's probably a coil pack. Payed $1300 for it, which was what I offered, probably could have got it for less. I figure even if it takes another $1700 to get it going, I can get 5 years out of it and only have spent $600 a year up front. The car I'm driving now I got 3 years ago for $1800 and it was half rotted when I got it. Mechanical issues are much easier to deal with than repairing rust holes.