Front and rear brakes changed, no unusual wear. Rears didn't need changing until 150k.
New Starter put in.
New Molding around sunroof, lots of air noise before replacement.
Lots of piddly little electrical problems, none of which are critical. (ex: lights burned out in radio, tape player only plays one side, driver's side power window motor pretty tired, lights out on widow and lock switches, frequent headlight replacement, poor ground on headlights, they were dim until fixed, antenna motor not engaging.
Clutch replaced at approx. 100k.
Clutch cable broke at 160k.
1 CV joint replaced, and both CV boots needed fixing, (put after market wrap around boots with grease on to get me by for a bit,... and they have sufficed for over 40k so far!)
Aside from general upkeep fees and jobs which are to be expected, the car has been fabulous. My only gripe is the little electrical problems, but that can be overlooked considering the reliability, sporty nature, and relative classy look and feel. Rides like a dream even at almost 170k. No smoke, or oil leaks, change oil every 5k. Automatic seat belts are a joke sometimes, and have nearly strangled us and elderly parents at times, but they are tolerable. They are EXTREMELY dangerous to wear without lap belts, as they are a recipe for decapitation. This is no doubt why you don't see this option any more in new cars. This is my wife's car, and even with the high miles, I never worry about her in this car. We will probably buy a new G20 when this one finally goes. Highly enjoyed, and we hope our next one is as good.