I don't blame you. As they get up in mileage, LR3s do come with a bit of a laundry list. Fortunately, most of these problems aren't major and don't prevent you from enjoying the vehicle. I've accepted that for the money, there's very little my LR3 can't do as a second car. That said, could you absolutely could daily drive an LR3 and keep it perfect/spotless? Absolutely, just be ready to spend some (not a ton) money. If you're willing to have a few minor issues, then they're hard to beat. Mine currently has: rear CVs are going; broken parking brake; failed o2 sensors and a bunch of little bits and pieces. Truck is still 100% operational and the rear HD axles were reasonably priced. I really don't understand the hate.Well, it was sitting at about 370,000 kms, it needed all the control arms, rear brakes, emergency brake and the control box for the AB coil conversion kept acting up. I’d had to replace the instrument cluster, rad, coolant expansion tank and the conversion to coils, etc to the tune of about $6k so do do all the other stuff would have had me putting more money into the truck than it was worth. Plus the ongoing can bus issues from salt corrosion. The Jeep could get me to where I wanted to canoe and mt bike, pull my trailer and got much better gas mileage. Dealing with a longer commute, I pulled the trigger. However, the transmission issues and never finding a comfortable seating position had me looking for something else. I made the jump to a 4runner as the equivalent LR vehicle, an LR4, same year and mileage was more than I could afford at the time. I’m quite happy with the 4Runner. Comprendo now?