An electrical component required to operate the vehicle called an inverter may fail, resulting in the vehicle shutting down and stalling out unexpectedly.
One lug nut on each of the right side wheels may have been improperly tightened, which can result in a wheel becoming loose from the vehicle.
The bolt that secures the intermediate steering shaft to the upper steering assembly may fall out, resulting in loss of steering control.
The structural body of the vehicle may be missing welds that can compromise the structural integrity of the vehicle in the event there is a crash. This would result in additional risk of injury to occupants.
The hoses that attach and carry fluid to and from the transmission oil cooler may detach and leak, resulting in transmission malfunction and risk of an accident.
The passenger frontal airbag may not deploy as expected in the event of a crash.
An electrical fire may occur behind the lower left area of the dashboard.
The printed weight capacity rating on the vehicle certification label on the driver's side door jam lists a rating too high for the vehicle to handle carrying, and can result in tire failure and loss of vehicle control if the vehicle is loaded that heavily.
Certain components of the steering column may separate from the vehicle, which would result in loss of steering control. This would increase risk of a crash.
Braking distance may be longer that expected during light brake pedal application on rough roads.