The outboard release handle on a second row bucket seat may be activated during a side impact crash. This could cause the rear seat latches to disengage, increasing the risk of injury to the seat occupant.
The front turn signal/day time running lights may not work as expected.
On some supercharged Ion models, the hard fuel line to the engine could crack and leak fuel. If this happens, there would be an noticeable fuel odor. A fuel leak in the presence of an ignition source may result in a fire.
Some welds on the passenger side of the vehicle do not meet the engineering specification. Long term durability of the joint may be reduced, increasing the risk of a crash.
Vehicles equipped with 2.2L 4-cylinder engine could develop a fuel leak from the fuel filter.
The power windows and sunroof may operate with the ignition switch off, even after the front passenger door has been opened.
On certain vehicles equipped with the 3.5L V6, the tire certification label in the driver's door frame may specify an incorrect wheel rim size. A service technician that only uses the label to replace a damaged wheel may try to replace it with an incorrect wheel.
The front seat backs can fall backwards partially due to wear in the recliner mechanism.