Alternator motor bearing failed at 162000 miles. Cost £91.60 to replace (parts and labour) at my local garage.
The accelerator grommet wore out at 143,000 miles (a rubber ring that connects the accelerator cable to the engine). Trivial to replace, but a bit alarming in traffic when the accelerator pedal suddenly drops to the floor. Fortunately there were enough revs on idle to get onto the pavement.
Needed a new clutch cable at 112,000 miles. The plastic sleeve where the cable passed through the body from the driver to the engine compartment wore out causing excessive friction and eventually made it very difficult to engage the clutch.
The car needed a new distributor cap and rotor arm at 100,000 and 124,000 miles. This "need" seems to have gone away since I changed garages and the car is running far better.
The heater matrix (box behind dashboard that transfers hot water from the engine cooling system to the car heating system) failed at 98,000 miles. I noticed that it had gone when the heating failed and my feet were in a pool of glycolated water. This has by far been the most expensive repair to the car. £27 for the part and £160 for labour.
The dashboard clock just shows some random LCD elements. It has never worked. I replaced the radio after a break-in a few years ago and we use the radio clock.
The bodywork is beginning to rust. The rear wheel arches and sills show it worst, although there are rust spots on the doors and one big spot at the rear driver's side corner of the roof. The sunroof is also starting to rust. Rust progress is slow, however, and cosmetically the car still looks well.
Other minor, and more usual, things are:
Rear shocks at 82,000 and 155,000 miles.
Front shocks at 114,000 miles.
Rear exhaust silencer at 106,000 and 148,000 miles.
Intermediate exhaust silencer baffle at 112,000 miles.