On my third set of tires. Originals lasted 23,000. Second set were Pirelli Scorpion AT's and lasted 30,500. Third set are Bridgestone Revo's.
Timing belt, water pump were replaced at 53,400.
OEM Panasonic CD/radio was replaced four times by dealer. Once warranty lapsed, I bought an Alpine.
As our SE was manufactured in the first six months in production run, it has the adjustable shocks- sport and comfort. We've had problems with this system since new. The relays would always short. It had been back to the dealers five times before it was fixed properly. Currently, the strut on the right side is leaking. Dealer says they need to be replaced. Mucho dollars $$. Anyone put any aftermarket non-adjustable struts/shocks on? Details on how and what please. Dealer says this scenario is difficult because of mounting systems.
Exhaust has been replaced two times. Got fed up with warranty issues so I promptly put a stainless steel Borla on from cat back.
Coolant leaks have been a pain in the butt lately. We even have our SE dealer maintained regularily and religiously. Oil/filter changed evry 3000.
Pinging from engine on occasion. Currently running on octane 87 as per manual.
Brakes have been changed three times.
We have had this vehicle for almost 10 years now. Fortunately with all the stuff going on, it has not let us down except in the pocket book and unexpected garage down time.
The vehicle is great when we overlook the bad things and when it's running well. Comfortable.
The dealers are a bunch of cash grabbers. Who else are we supposed to go to? They are the "pros".