I am buying a car for my sixteen year and wanted to know what's the best option in terms of reliability and ect. What is the best car?

Options:
2007 Nissan Ultima 2.5 s=noticeable deep scratches, replaced engine with 101,000 miles on it, maintenance needed
2004 toyota corolla s= 177,000, maintenance needed
(The dealer for these two said all the maintenance will be taken care of.)

2009 nissan altima hybrid=130,000 miles
What's the best option?

Options:
2007 Nissan Ultima 2.5 s=noticeable deep scratches, replaced engine with 101,000 miles on it, maintenance needed
2004 toyota corolla s= 177,000, maintenance needed
(The dealer for these two said all the maintenance will be taken care of.)

2009 nissan altima hybrid=130,000 miles
What's the best option?

Other answer:

pascoal:
None of these cars are great choices. You need to keep looking. Not sure what a dealer would mean by telling you that he would "take care of maintenance." That doesn't mean he'll repair problems. Don't believe anything a dealer tells you, including anything about the condition of his cars. Since all used cars are sold "as-is" it's up to YOU to determine the condition of a car before you buy it. The best way is to have a professional mechanic inspect the car before the purchase.
Anonymous:
None of the three look like good choices. When buying a car, look at the maintenance records and don't listen to any nonsense the dealer tries to sell you.
krystle:
Honda. Best cars and cheap fix. Great on gas mileage. I own a 94 Honda and it still runs like a charm. I still get 40 miles to a gallon.
Poppy:
As a minor you won't be buying anything like that. Your folks will , if they will. As to the question, neither of them in my book.