In 2000, driver's side door inside panel fell off slightly, just enough to jam the door. Fixed under warranty and never returned.
The computers failed to work properly when it was below -35C in 2004, which caused my engine to seize during braking. Fixed when new computers were installed. The technician told me it was due to the aging hardware on the computers.
Overall the car is a blast to drive. The V6 has lots of power to make a pass or lane change at highway speed. It's stable at high speed and relatively nimble at low speed. Yet the suspension setting is very comfortable on bumpy roads.
The fit and finish is impressive considering it's an American car. Other than the door panel mentioned above, I have no other issue.
One thing I must stress is the comfortable driving position and the broad driver's view outside the windshield. However, it seems like the car is designed for shorter drivers. I'm 170cm, and sometimes I can feel my hair scratching the roof, and my seat is in the lowest height position all the time. Of course, my car has less head room due to the sunroof. But without the sunroof, it seems like taller drivers still have to somewhat compromise.
The 2 things I don't like about this car are: the road noise when at high speed, and the hopeless rear drum brakes. I can easily forget about the noise unless I drive 5 hours straight or more. For brakes, it's OK in normal driving, but in emergency, don't count on the drums. It's a heavy car. So keep your safety distance. 99 or newer models get standard rear disks. Go for them if you like the car. The rear disks alone worth more than the extra price.