I bought this car in 2012 with 26,500 miles on it. I now (June 2016) have about 92K miles. I bought it because I liked the looks and I was looking for a reliable car. I think this car could do 200K miles with no problem, given recommended maintenance, llike a new timing belt at 100K. I just put my second set of tires on it. It has needed only routine maintenance - oil changes, brakes, tires. Things I'm not crazy about: the a/c-heater controls are poorly laid out; I frequently have to take my eyes off the road to make sure I'm pressing the right button. The nav system is a bit fussy, but then it's a ten-year old design. The right front seat has a split in the leather and will have to be replaced. The car takes me from point A to Point B dependably, but it has no sex appeal and isn't a fun-to-drive car. It's not exciting. It won't turn heads! It's great basic transportation. It does everything it's supposed to do very well - goes, stops, turns. As I said, it could easily do 200K miles. I've had it up to 100 for short bursts witih no complaints and no concerns. I've driven it 400-500 miles and 6-8 hours over a weekend.
I routinely do 29.5 mpg on the highway, 20-24.5 around town, depending on the route and the traffic.
The engine/transmission performance is very adequate for a workaday sedan.
I run Michelin 235/45 ZR17 94Y. I like them on this car.
Ride is smooth and quiet.