I would get the power train checked by a mechanic.
The rest of it is just small stuff that is easy to fix.
A year and a half ago, I picked up a low mileage 99 ( 16,000 ) with a pile of maintance records. Looking thru, I couldn't find any records of brake work, yet it had 1 new caliper. So much for records.
I changed all 4 calipers, the front rotors and flushed the brake fluid. The rear caliper boots had disinegrated with age.
If not already done, belts, hoses and filters are due.
My tires fell apart at 7 years and 8000 miles.
My toilet, water valve, rusted away, the shower control leaked, the water pump failed and both boost and charge solenoids failed.
I added an Inverter and more battery and replaced the converter with a 3 stage smart charger.
I now have 34,000 miles on it and am happy with it.
Even with all of that, it didn't add up to 3 or 4 monthly payments on a new one.