My catalytic converter was replaced by the dealer at ~ 105,000 miles, $1500.00. Engine light gave ample warning.
The door handle on driver side sliding door broke at ~ 107,500. Safety issue that I still need to get to fixing.
Alternator and belts were replaced at 110,000 for $600 by a local garage. Battery light and terrible plastic burning smell gave immediate warning. Had to take it to the garage on a weekend for an emergency fix. Garage replaced OE with a refurbished alternator.
One week later, the car died in the middle of a busy intersection. Towed back to the garage and determined the alternator was a bad one. Replaced with another refurbished alternator (no charge). During process of the second replacement, a brake tube to the caliper connector was damaged: Garage accessed the alternator by removing the right brake drum (maybe even had to remove the axle - I don't know). In the process, they damaged the brake system. In the following week, the brake fluid rapidly leaked out. By end of week, the brake had to be fully depressed to get any braking power. Garage replaced the brake fluid and reconnected the tube to the caliper connector. No charge.
I had no problems with this car until it turned over 100,000 miles. I am hoping this car will last another 5 years so I can give to my son, who starts driving in 2 years.
This is a fun car to drive, but not comfortable for long trips (and I am only 5'-8", 180 lbs). Middle and back seats are not meant for adults.
My mountain and road bikes fit into the back with no need to take off wheels. Big plus.
Poor gas mileage: ~20 mpg.