Bubbles in dashboard behind the binnacle and faulty oil pressure gauge; both replaced and fixed under warranty.
The clutch pedal was a bit sticky and it felt as if it was catching or rubbing on something; this too has been corrected under warranty.
The wiper blades (front and rear) were unbelievably noisy. The front blades skipped across the windscreen without clearing the glass making me feel unsafe in light rain; this did not occur in heavy rain.
The following comments are probably only relevant to Australia.
The wide turning circle makes U-turns in city and some suburban streets difficult. When running on premium fuel it is relatively expensive for city and suburban, especially peak hour driving. I believe that these two factors make the car unsuitable for my lifestyle which involves mainly city and suburban driving.
The uncomfortable driver seat with no side support makes the car unpleasant to drive long trips. This and the short supply of premium fuel outside of the city and suburbs, negate the car's one advantage, it's handling on winding country and hill roads.
The handling is brilliant but it's of little use in the city; a smaller turning circle would be of more use.
After 6 months of record keeping I have found that the fuel consumption is only marginally improved by using premium instead of standard fuel. This is probably because I drive mostly in peak hour traffic.
I have never suffered such severe electrostatic shocks on any other car in over 30 years of driving.
The gears are irritatingly notchy and the clutch pedal is too small for my size 9 shoes and is awkwardly placed.