8K no problems. I run full synthetic Amsoil oil.
Keep in mind that the check engine light comes on to 'remind' you to change your oil. Just reset it. Key on, engine off, press accelerator to floor and release 3 times.
Then key off. You can then resume normal operation. (I'm doing this from my old man memory so...) If it keeps coming on then get a code reader.
Modern vehicles ALL suck. They ALL break down. They have gotten extremely complex electrically and they have very tight tolerances mechanically. It's just a matter of luck in getting a good one. My Ford F-250 diesel had 2 recalls. One for not running, camshaft position sensor. And one for spontaneously catching on fire after it was shut off, brake sensor dripping fluid on hot exhaust. But I still have it. I figure it's a case of "the devil you know verses the devil you don't". Other problems that were not recalls included these. Uncommanded acceleration (in reverse for me), bad accelerator pedal assembly. Try remembering to turn key off when truck is peeling out in reverse. This is a class action lawsuit. I got a letter. And bad O rings on high pressure oil pump. Picture Exxon Valdez in your driveway. Oh the diesel engine had 14 quarts of oil in it. High pressure is 3,500psi. It can drain an oil pan in a hurry.
Ah the stories. Gotta love them. Keep smiling.