Well, first off, we bought this car from one of those no credit, bad credit places, so we were expecting that there would be a few "issues".
We bought it in February, and had it in the shop in March to have the rear drivers side wheel bearing replaced. Dealership we bought it from had an awesome warranty, and because we had just purchased this car, replaced the bearing at no cost.
Took it to the shop in June of the same year, to have the passenger side wheel bearing looked at. It was humming while driving. Wheel bearing was OK, but we were told that the tires were bad and should be replaced. At $179 for the cheapest tires (17 inche tires) we are still driving on the bad tires.
Also in June, we had the evaporator condenser replaced (fuel system). We have since had some instances of it burning a lot of fuel, as well as one instance of "vapor lock".
July of that year, while camping, the horn took a vacation. A few days after we got back, all was well. Thinking that perhaps the car was home sick?
August brought a dead battery. I went to go to work, and the car would not start. Not even a click from the starter. We replaced the battery with a used one $15 from a salvage yard.
The only issue that we have with the sunroof (knock on wood) is that the switch for it does not always want to work. Usually only when trying to close it. A few pushes at different locations on the switch will usually persuade it to close.
The windows leak just above the mirrors in the car wash. Not a big deal. Keep extra napkins on hand for this.
Passenger side door skin will sometimes come loose near the bottom. A soft kick will usually re-attach it.
Leather seats suck in the summer! Not only do you stick to them, but they melt the skin off the back of your legs! OK not really, but sometimes it feels like it.
Occasionally the front seat belts will become twisted in the adjustable height thing if it is set too low. Because I'm short, I have to use one of those clips that direct the belt away from my neck so that the shoulder belt height adjuster thing doesn't twist the belt and lock in place.
I think the motor for the power seat (drivers side) is slowly crawling to it's death. Each time it is adjusted, it seems to be getting slower and slower. So lately when my husband drives it, his knees are pressed against the dash.