Steering column had to be replaced at around 140,000.
Ignition switch (the decorative piece you put your key into) on new (used) column broke off in 2006, but we were still able to start the vehicle.
A problem with the transmission not shifting properly into gear was easily fixed by our mechanic by replacing transmission vacuum modulator (193,000). No need for a new/rebuilt transmission--a welcome change from previous vehicles!
Went through tires pretty rapidly; not sure why, but tread wear seemed excessive.
No major engine work.
Replaced both sway bar bushings at front axles at 193,000.
Had fuel pump assembly replaced at 195,000; fuel pressure regulator replaced at 207,000.
Overall we have had very few problems with the car, especially in relation to other vehicles we have owned.
We were the 2nd owners. 1st owner used nothing, but synthetic oil. We continued that until our mechanic mistakenly put regular oil in it at about 190,000. Not sure if the synthetic oil contributed to the long life of vehicle.
Comfort marks weren't as high as they could have been; however, that has more to do with the conversion package that it had--not the physical vehicle itself.
Vehicle handled well; a little play in steering.
We put about 200,000 miles on the vehicle over the 10 years or so that we had it. Very reliable transportation. Would not hesitate to purchase another; in fact, we are looking for a similar vehicle to purchase.