Good morning, I am looking into purchasing a Prius. I am wanting to spend 7-9K on a nice Prius. I have found one at a used car dealership that seems quite nice. I have already checked it out and it looks good no leaks, runs smooth and strong. It is a 2008 Prius Touring with package 6 so it has everything. It only has 50k miles on it which is crazy low for this year. Carfax shows 0 accidents and it shows the Prius was serviced at the Same Toyota dealership every 6 months and got the oil changed regardless of miles (which were usually only 1,500 between services) and has received all of the Toyota recommended services at 15k, 30k, etc. Other than normal oil changes and services, it has had a few repairs at the same Toyota dealership done which include 2 water pumps (do these go out a lot on this generation?), valve cove gasket, oil pan gasket, axle seals, and rear shock absorbers. Kind of a lot of repairs for such a low mileage vehicle, but the owner might have been one who just told the dealership to fix anything and everything even if it was just the first sign of weeping. Now my question for you is, does this seem worth 9-10k? It is a bit higher in price by about a thousand dollars from the ones I am looking at, but the other Priuses have 80K+ miles. The batteries were not replaced so even though the car has low miles, the batteries are 14 years old. I am wanting a Prius because I am trying to save on gas. I drive a Tundra and as much as I like it, it is draining my wallet when it is my daily driver and children's taxicab. I don't want to get a vehicle that I will have to dump money into because then I might as well just keep driving my Tundra. I know buying a used older car has its risks, which I am willing to take, but I don't want to take foolish risks. I use to own a 2019 Toyota Rav4 Hybrid and absolutely loved it but due to major financial changes I had to get rid of it. Thanks in advance for all of your advice.