The radiator cracked at about 145,000 miles.
The transfer case leaked, but was repairable.
Various parts of the interior rattle during driving.
The Ac has died several times over the past few years, though it seems to have been fixed.
The paint is horrible; huge patches have chipped off the hood and roof, exposing primer
Bad rust on the bottom of the front doors.
The car alarm is insane; it will go off at random times when I unlock the door with the key, and often times takes several attempts to shut it off.
Despite all those problems, I'd still consider the car reliable, since it has only left me stranded once. (Because of a dead battery, not a fault of the car)
The interior is nothing to brag about. It's mostly hard plastic and has a serious lack of rear leg room. But, the interior is well laid out and reasonably comfortable in the front seat.
The performance is where this car really shines.
It handles well considering its high center of gravity and its archaic suspension design, though the steering is numb and bad off-center. (I can literally turn the wheel an inch or two and have no effect on the course of the car).
The brakes do a great job of stopping the car, and have good pedal feel.
The 318ci V8 is very powerful and is my favorite feature of the car. Unfortunately, it's hooked up to a transmission that doesn't like to down-shift, and it's very thirsty. I usually get 9-10mpg, though if I drove in better traffic and with less of a lead foot, it'd probably get better mileage. Fortunately it works fine on regular.
While it performs well on road, off-road is where it truly shines. While I haven't driven it through anything all that challenging, It had no problem with getting through situations that would stop other vehicles.