Driver side power window began to stick half way up.
Dealer lubricated window track (under warranty)
Drive side window continued to stick half way up.
Dealer replaced window motor (under warranty - <35,000 miles) claiming a weak window motor.
Both cup holders have broke. They were just not designed to hold those 44 ounce Jumbo cups.
One was replaced (under warranty - <35,000 miles)
The other is still broken (vehicle is no longer covered by warranty)
Rear hatch latch broke (replaced under warranty - <35,000 miles)
Passenger seat belt cover broke (located where the seat belt is secured to the area between the two doors)
Middle seat arm rest cover keeps coming undone (Velcro was probably not the best design for securing this item)
Front brakes replaced with lifetime brake pads (49,500 miles)
Service Center told me that front rotors could not be machined and would have to be replaced.
I instructed service center to replace pads only and I would look to replace rotors in the next 6 months.
Front tires replaced (45,000 miles - I never rotated my tires since new!)
Rear tires replaced (49,500 - I never rotated my tires since new! - tires were beginning to separate)
I bought our Montana because it has a masculine look about it (blue with gray body mold) and the 3.8L engine (basically the same engine that was in my previous car)
Within the first 250 miles the Montana was driven to Florida and back (2200 miles) carrying 3 adults and 2 children.
Very comfortable ride and good gas mileage.
Since then my Montana has been to Florida two more times, Chicago once and Indianapolis a half a dozen times.
It is driven everyday by my wife who takes our children to and from school and to all types of sport practices.
One minor complaint - no leg room between the middle and rear seats (I got the bench seats not the captain chairs - wish I could have gotten the captain chairs)
My Montana does not have rear air.
I had concerns about this when we bought it, but the kids tell me to turn down the air a lot so it must be getting cold back there too.
Overall, I have been very satisfied with my Montana purchase. It has been and I hope will continue to be a great buy for the money.