Replaced under warranty (year 1 to 3): Head gasket, replaced an evaporator that emitted a bad smell, outer tie rod, water pump, noisy serpentine belt, several recalls that I can't remember anymore.
Repairs over year 4 to 14: gurgling coolant sound, exhaust manifold, various check engine light problems, replaced left power mirrors.
This year (2011): power steering return pressure hose, torn steering gear boot, rear bearing assembly, valve gasket (maintenance item), climate control dash/ background lights, crankshaft sensor, camshaft sensor, various maintenance items like hoses and belts.
I've owned the car for 15 years now, and overall, I'm quite satisfied with it. Unfortunately, some things that are maintenance items, for example fuel filter, are a royal PITA to change because of the location of these parts. Chrysler designed it that way to keep us going back to the dealership for the routine maintenance of these parts that happened to be expensive.
The 2.0 paired with an auto transmission is slow and underpowered.
The cabin is roomy, nice handling on curvy roads, and fun to drive. I have 100k miles on the original transmission, and I have heard that the 2.0 engine, if well maintained, can easily last up to 200k miles. The advantage of pairing the 2.0 engine with the tranny is the engine does not take too much toll on the transmission. The key to prolonging the life of any vehicle is MAINTENANCE.
Just like the guy in The Transporter movie said "respect the car, and the car will respect you".