My wife's 96 Maxima was in the shop twice for intermittent electrical problems with only 6,000 miles. Had to replace the alternator. At 20,000 miles the starter went out. After a week at the dealer waiting for a new one it cost me $500 to replace it. If it were an american car I could have picked up a replacement from autozone and replace it in an afternoon for probably less than $100. It is a nice riding car with a good engine. They are just expensive to fix. And they do break down just like everything else mechanical.
2000 Jeep Grand Cherokee V8 Stock
93 YJ I6 hard top (really belongs to SPEED)
RE 4.5" Extreme Duty Lift, Advanced Adapters SYE, Tom Woods CV Drive Shaft, EA589 10" rims with 33" x 12.5" MT/Rs
Bullet Proof Front and Rear Bumpers and Tow bar