Replaced front passenger side bearing and rear driver side bearing (each cost over $200) within 20000km of buying the car. Replaced same front bearing less than 12000km later, warranty expired so there's another $200.
Front wiper mechanism broke, requiring over $300 in repairs.
Passenger side window stuck for an entire summer, then just stared working again out of nowhere.
Exhaust manifold went around 70 000km, service covered the repair because even though it was no longer under warranty, it "shouldn't have gone already"
Shifter sticks, requiring the use of the shift lock override almost every time I take the car from Park. This problem existed when I bought the car and has yet to be fixed, though I'm told it's going to be free (after paying for a solenoid replacement) because they can't find the solution yet.
Service Engine light comes on and off randomly depending on the brand of fuel used.
Thermostat stuck open, causing engine to overheat... good thing I caught it in time before it destroyed the engine.
Insurance double that of the Sunfire I had before... even with a perfect driver rating. Johnson Insurance gave me the best rate so my cost has reduced this year.
Engine "jumps" into the next gear when it is colder than 5 below outside.
Snow tires are highly recommended.
Locks freeze very easily.
This car "fits" me well, at 5'4 it's tough to find a car with literally no blind spot.
I love the moonroof and the way the car handles, especially on turns.
I'd never buy a Tib again, every month it seems something else goes wrong with it.
I'm satisfied with the service I've received from the dealership and it isn't over priced like most. But I'm in there way too much for having a car under 90 000km.