Right rear tail light system is bad, it has been recalled. The lights don't work at all. I thought it was the bulbs and replaced them a couple times before finding out it was an electrical problem. The sockets look like they have caught on fire.
Battery went out during the first year I owned it while at a gas station.
I have had the tires replaced three times in three years. The wear is very odd and it goes fast.
The brakes don't wear evenly on each side of the rotors.
I noticed a wet/greasy substance on the passenger floor board and it turns out the O-Rings on the heater core went bad and caused coolant to leak into my car. It ruined the carpet.
While accelerating from a red light one day my engine lost power in the middle of the road, luckily I was able to pull over. A "reduced power" light came on, I re-started the engine and it seemed fine, except a service engine light stayed on. A couple months later while leaving a store my car wouldn't start. The engine just kept turning over but not starting. It was not a battery problem either. After about 30 minutes it finally started. I went to drive home and less than a mile up the road the engine died at a red light. I had it towed home and it magically started up again. Did a bunch of maintenance to it over the weekend and it seemed to be running great. Drove to work Monday and it was still running great. While on my lunch break it died at another red light. I had it towed to a mechanic's shop where it took them two weeks to figure out what the problem was since it was intermittent. Turns out the crank sensor and the mass air flow sensor's were both bad. The parts alone cost $400.00 and labor was added on top of that.
I had my car back for no more than a month before another service engine light came on. I took it to my mechanic and the code came up as a lean fuel distribution. He let me keep my car so he can do some research on causes, saying this problem would not cause I break down. Two days ago I was driving to work and a second service light came on and the car started shifting very hard. This has happened a couple times in the past but it normally goes away as soon as the car gets re-started. This time it is not going away. I fear that I may need a new transmission. Unless this is related to the fuel problem.
About one month after my sensor's were replaced yet another service engine light came on.