The only problem I have had with the car, is that mine attracts accidents.
I have had 2 people hit me since buying the car in Dec. The most recent one (6 weeks ago) was my own Niece! Backed into the front passenger door. Working out the window adjustment has been sort of a problem, but it's not a big deal. The glass shifted upon impact. When a Yukon meets a Baja, that's what happens.
The clutch causes the car to jerk in humid weather, but other than that I have no mechanical complaints.
The initial quality was good. It had a few defects when I got the car, but the dealer replaced/fixed them with no problem.
As a fleet manager (over a fleet of 110 cars), I can honestly say this is a good quality car for the money. I am still trying to figure out how to incorporate a few Bajas into the fleet. I certainly won't be putting Dodge or GM back into the fleet. I have enough of those and I spend more time patching both brands up.
Should have bought Subies....if they will let me!