The brakes have had to be redone on two occasions with an ABS light still coming on intermittantly.
The check engine light came on several times, but finally resulted in $500 worth of intake gasket and manifold work.
New EGR valve needed to be installed, then another manifold after a hose was disconnected and melted a hole in my new manifold. As it is plastic, this is not surprising.
The O/D (overdrive) light began flashing at highway speeds and later began a harsh engagement from 1st to 2nd gear. The repair for this problem was a $2400 transmission replacement including torque converter, solenoids, and all.
The van has 4 oxygen sensors, all of which have had to be replaced to the tune of $600.
Rear windshield wiper motor is now blown.
Electrical system seems to have a mind of it's own sometimes - the rear air will come on by itself, dome lights will flash when hitting bumps, and there is sometimes a 'clicking' noise coming from my dash. These problems only happen sporadically so it is hard for a mechanic to duplicate.
This has to be the finest example in modern cars today - unreliable and cheaply made. I have never had so many problems in one vehicle and am quickly reaching the amount paid in repairs as that paid FOR the car. Long trips are becoming increasingly stressful as you never know when something is going to go wrong with the car, and it has probably spent more days in the repair shop having work, maintenance or recalls done on it than it has spent on the road. You can add a 'star' to a name, but that does not make it better. I will never make this mistake again, as it seems more lucrative to shell out the extra 10,000 for a Honda than spend it in repairs on a car that has this kind of record.