My Nissan sentra is used 95% of the time. The only time we'll use the Toyota SUV.
2008 Nissan Sentra 2.0 S
I don't really have any problems with my vehicle, none that cannot help anyway. As soon as my 'check engine' light comes on I take it to the nearest autozone & let them run a test on it to see what the problem might be. As far as the performance & reliability are concerned, if you stay on top of your oil changes, tire rotations, tune ups, & the cleanliness of the vehicle, your vehicle will stay running like new. A lot of people do not pay attention to the tire rotations, but that is one of the most important features, besides the oil change, because your tires will last a whole lot longer. So, if you stay on top of all maintenance issues for the most part, the comfort of the vehicle will fall into place.