I'd agree with most of that, but I'd still have a look at it.
As you'll probably know, the three most important things to look at on any such Japanese car are service history, service history and service history.
In all seriousness, I'd get your Daughter's fiancée to ask the seller for a scan of the service book. Ideally it should have 13 stamps in it, but I'll bet it hasn't (if it has, then great). If it has ten or more, then it's definitely worth a look. On the other hand, the fewer it has the more likely I would be to walk away. I'd have a look at the MOT history on the check MOT gov.uk site to see if there are any big worries on there (I'll have a look tomorrow and comment, when I have a bit more time).
If he ends up going to see it, the first thing he should do is lift the bonnet and check the oil. Warn him that it will probably take four or five attempts to get a decent reading. Obviously the oil should be high on the dipstick (as near full as possible) and fairly clean looking, although if it hasn't had a service for ten or eleven months then I might forgive the oil looking a bit brown, but otherwise not worry too much. If it's low and/or black then he should walk away. Then, is the rest of the engine bay fairly tidy looking, and well cared for (ie are all the fluids nearer the max than min levels).
He should then have a quick look underneath. Now, it is getting on for a fourteen year old car, so t might not be immaculate, but any big patches of brown (ie rust) should be a worry and/or a way to chip the price a bit. The W-brace could be looking past its best now - just in front of the rear wheels underneath.
The wheels look to be in good nick, even though they're not the Rays, which might be another way to chip a bit off the price. It also looks like it ha a lot of swirl marks in the pictures. That might bother some people, but it wouldn't worry me so much. It's not a new car, and it least it looks like it's had a good few washes over the years. The technique - and perhaps products used - may not have been very good, but in my opinion that is far better than a previous owner not washing it.
If you/he have any other questions, you know where we are.