Don't trust these crooks. How careful do you need to be when buying a car? Several years ago, my wife and I purchased a Toyota Highlander from a dealership. Years went by and suddenly, I noticed water in the oil (a sign of head gasket failure). We took the vehicle to a mechanic who in fact diagnosed it with a blown head gasket and the total to repair it was around 1,300.00. While at the mechanics shop, he pulled the radiator cap off and pointed to a little piece of extra rubber that was added to the radiator cap (by the dealer). Long story short, we have been having issues with the vehicle again and bubbling the the overflow when it dawned on me. The reason that extra piece of rubber was in the radiator cap was to prevent the extra pressure (from a failing head gasket or cracked head) from running into the overflow. These pieces of crap, sold us a vehicle with a cracked head and we were none the wiser. Which brings me to this. You REALLY need to be careful what you buy and trust no one at a dealership to sell you a dependable vehicle. Drive it on the highway, inspect every inch of the car (including the radiator cap). Do some investigating and take it to your (trusted mechanic) before buying one.