Had to replace the water pump at about 96,000 miles.
The alternator went at 100,000, cheap to fix.
The starter and flywheel both went the day after I got the car. Dealership made me pay half of $700 to fix it.
Exhaust replace at 116,000 miles.
Spark Plugs replace a few times.
The only thing about this car is the brakes. Seem to go through a lot of pads on it. Ever since I have owned the car, the brakes were never right. They shake and grab for no reason makeing you look like an idiot at a stop light because of the tires screeching.
I replaced the bearings all the way around.
New rotors and drums, pads to do with them.
New calipers and the cilindar things for the rear end.
After spending all the money into it. The brakes still shook. Took it to the dealer and they said it was the suspension. So I had it replaced. Brakes still shook. So I gave up and till today they still shake. I guess you get used to it.
I have my own personal waterfalls inside when it rains. Nice affect, thanks oldmobile, gives it a personal touch. Yes the windows leak bad.
The doors sound like they are always open.
Dash lights are slowly going out.
Other than that... nothing really serious.
I haven't had any serious motor or transmission problems at all. Serviced more frequently then it needed to be.
The car is still in great shape for the miles it has on it except for the rough idling that the dealership says is normal.
The car can get up and goes went you want it to. Great off the start and I love the get up on the highway for passing.
I need to get a new car, but I just don't want to give this one up.
There is nothing uncomfortalbe really except a few complaints from the back because it's too crowded. Sucks to be in the back.
The trunk is huge. I have to literly climb all the way in to get something from the back.