Bought this car in early 2006 with 35K miles on the odometer. It now has 98K and I travel long distances with the car so just about all the miles I added are highway miles. The car runs great and I do regular maintenance on it (e.g. oil changes, tune-up, etc.).
After having the car for one year the gas needle got screwed up and no longer reads the amount of gas in the tank accurately; it gives me an estimated readout which is sufficient for now. I never repaired the needle because it would have cost me upwards of $300 for a needle that for the most part showed me an estimate of the amount of gas I have left. My struts/shocks also went bad about the same time as well so I had to replace those setting me back about $500 for the entire rear end.
Other than the immediate need for new struts/shocks and the fact the gas needle was (is) faulty, the car has not given me any other major problems yet. For the price I got this vehicle for I'd buy another but if I had to pay retail I'd opt for another make.