Drivers power window failed at 80,000 miles.
One blown woofer at 75,000 miles.
Power trunk release quit at 60,000 miles.
I blame our teenager for the speaker being blown. The sound system is awesome for being factory and even I have it blasted when I have the windows down and sunroof open, but she listens to all the rap with the loud bass.
Very roomy and comfortable. You lay back when in the back seat and it feels like the front seats are a mile away.
Trunk is massive (19 cubic foot), we have yet to find a way to fill it.
The 250hp V6 lets you pass in no time flat, but watch out because you will jump from 55 to 85 faster then you realized. Will get to 100 not long after if you keep it pressed, but tends to slow down after that, I never quite got her to 110. I think it's governed.
Handles pretty well for as big as it is. My wife likes soft luxury car steering and I like firm sports car steering and we both think the car is a nice compromise of the two.
We get 24mpg doing 70% highway and 30% city driving.
Even thought it is now 5 years old the lines are very modern and we get compliments from everyone that sees it.
Our particular vehicle is cursed and has been in 4 accidents, 3 major and 1 minor. It has protected the occupants admirably in every instance with nothing, but some bumps and bruises despite being launched airborne at 50mph and later at 70mph.
The plastic nose looks good, but a minor bump that would have gone unnoticed on our Ford Ranger cost almost $500 to fix in the LHS. Can't find a car with a real bumper anymore so I don't hold Chrysler any more at fault then all the rest.
The traction control and front wheel drive keep it sure footed in the bad weather.