Yeah Im the same. If I can get 175k miles out of the CVT7 Ill consider that a victory and at least you'll have a much easier time sourcing out a used low milleage cvt. The 2015s match up with 17-19s I believe. My 2014 cvt has to be not only another 14 but one made before 04/1/14, which will be a nightmare when the time comes. How often does your headlights go out? Do you leave them on for hours while your idling?
We've got a 15' with 279xxxkms(173k miles) with the original cvt and engine and rad and heater motor, wiper motor, ball joints, tie rods, shocks, struts, power window motors, ac compressor, alternator, starter, water pump, cv axles. They should start building them crappier so they break more often.
We have one car that goes through bulbs like crazy, I change both headlights almost every two months. Have no clue why, it's done that since it was new. It also seems to go through brake light bulbs often too. I never bothered to check the alternator.
I don't listen to that stuff. Unless something doesn't sound right. I do hear how good on fuel they are though. I used to check the trip B once in a while and most cars showed between 4.9/6 l/100kms(I'll convert that later)
A lot of people went from a early 90's mazda truck with half a million kms to a brand new car with ac and no clutch so didn't get much for complaints from anyone for a while. The only stuff I hear is about the brakes squeak sometimes squeak(usually from dust in the rear brakes) or on some cars the foam on the seat back tears and there's no cushion on the rh bolster on the drivers seat. They aren't very tough.
View my fuel log 2015 Mirage ES 1.2 manual: 49.9 mpg (US) ... 21.2 km/L ... 4.7 L/100 km ... 59.9 mpg (Imp)