Join Date: May 2018
Location: Minnesota, the greater Minneapolis-St Paul metropolitan area where we have too much effen traffic
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At that mileage I'd be looking at wear items that will possibly need attention soon if they haven't already been dealt with recently: spark plugs, cracked CV boots, accessory drive belts, brake pads and most likely rotors if the car is on its second set of pads already, sway bar end links, driveline fluids, brake fluid, engine coolant, battery...
I'm sure others will chime in with things to look for.
My main concern with the infotainment isn't the speed of it when using it or it looking outdated, as it does what you need it to do (your phone will have superior navigation usefulness however), but I'm more concerned with a hardware failure that renders certain functions of the car inoperable such as the audio system and parts of the HVAC. Having most HVAC controls as hard buttons was one of the selling points for me.
2018 Iridium Blue, AWD, Q50 Red Sport w/ Sensory and ProACTIVE packages and an illuminated grille emblem that is no longer anything special as my neighbor's lowly Chevy truck has one too.