I am interested in buying a Honda CR-V 2014 AWD and we took the car to an inspection agency. There were a few issues based on the inspection and I am not sure how to move forward with the sale. The owner was asked to change the engine oil right after inspection, as well as replace the gasket due to an axle leakage.
The following are translated into English since I am in a country with a different language. The approximate price of the vehicle is $14,330.
Gear: Transition is fine. Check oil and filter. The oil leak was fixed with no warranty
Differential: Slight emptiness
Front body: Bushing was replaced, slight tire shake, Brake Discs are slightly shot.
Structure/frame: Trunk was painted, there’s a slight percentage of body paste repairs. Keep in mind, the fibre part of the trunk was not inspected.
Double gear: good
Front Differential: good, leak was fixed
Notes: Gears are making noise, check the thermostat, the engine was fixed, something is leaking front the front axle and the rest need to be washed so they can tell.
My question here is, should I bother continuing with the sale? Should I ask the seller to fix these first or will the car not be safe to drive in the near future?
What else should I be considering based on the inspection report?
Thank you in advance.