The headliner had to be replaced 7 times in the first 4 weeks of my owing the vehicle; at the fault of the manufacturer (water logged interior as a result of detailing).
The side strips in the front windshield still to this day will not stay in, because the adhesive is of poor quality. They have been replaced 4 times by the manufacturer, but then the manufacturer gave up and said they would not replace them unless I paid for them (even though they were covered under the 90 day warranty). But when it expired, they said "no more".
The A/C and coolant system has always had problems--not working, or doing the opposite of what it is supposed to do; that has been fixed 2 times. To this very day, it still does not work.
The car was delivered to me with a flat tire; the manufacturer finally replaced it, after I had to hassle them for 2 hours.
The glove box handle completely fell off after I merely pulled on it to open it one day.
The rear brake system had to be replaced, because apparently there was a nut or screw that had broken a long time ago, and was never fixed. It had made a groove in the brakes, and cost me over $800.00 to replace.
The gear shaft in the steering column had been replaced 3 times by the manufacturer, and then broke again 2 months later.
I have had more mechanical and cosmetic issues with this car than I have had with my 1997 Honda Accord that is 11 years old and I have owned for the past 7 years. It has never had any mechanical issues, nor things that have broken or fallen off (because the car is NOT made with any quality effort).
I have contacted the Saturn dealership where I purchased the car, and the corporate headquarters, only to be told they will not help me unless I pay to have the car hooked up to a diagnostic machine. Why? Because I had not brought the car in for over one year. I told them they should not have to do computer testing for the things that are falling off or falling apart.