110000: Transmission was replaced, due to rough treatment more than anything else. $2500.
198000: Radiator blew, which caused the engine to over heat, and then seize-up. Required replacement. Again, largely due to mistreatment. It could have been prevented. $6500.
265000: Clutch went out. Required replacement. This is only the second clutch this car has needed. The first came with the transmission at 110000 miles. $900.
This is without a doubt the best car I have ever owned. It can climb any mountain, drive on any amount of snow, and pull a trailer as well as a truck twice it's size. It has with only three minor exceptions, no problems.
The first exception is that the cruise control quit working at about 230000 miles. Not sure why, but it wasn't a big deal, and I've never bothered to fix it.
Secondly, it developed a minor electrical short that caused the battery to drain, involving the overhead dome light. I disconnected the dome light and had no more problems with it. It wasn't important enough to fix.
Third, and this is by far the worst of the problems. The windshield wipers will occasionally stop working with no notice. They can be got working again by stopping, getting out and moving them back and forth manually until the motor catches again. Their has been a recall on this problem, that I have not bothered to fix yet, so I really only have myself to blame (Strangely my Blazer started exhibiting this problem about 3 months after the recall.).
All in all, it has been good car, and has endured hard driving, long trips, and indifferent maintenance.
I might add that all the times it broke down, it did so either at home, in sight of a repair shop, or on the way to get the problem fixed in the first place. Also the one time I ran out of gas was 13 feet from the gas pump :)
My next car will be a Chevy Blazer.