Maybe some aren't, but that's true in any make due to users. Mine is over 150k now, had it 12 yrs since new.I don't think they are holding up well. It has its own fair share of gremlins. I think ALL the dashes crack eventually. They all need lower control arms, suspension compressors, splices, trans shifter bushings, trans pan and connector sleeves. And then some
1-The dash is fine, maybe you've only seen them from the south? or your reading crap on the internet...
2-Control arms are cheap and easy to replace. It's a trade off for what is a pretty awesome suspension considering the other IFS choices.
3-Air compressor was changed to newer model roughly 80,000 miles ago.... they are easy as heck to replace and now not much $. Something like that, used that much, and sort of exposed to elements, isn't going to last forever.
4-WTF is a "splices"?
5-WTF is a "trans shifter bushing" ? unless you mean the little arm and bushing just outside the case that gets corroded and is a maybe $25 refresh kit?
6-trans pan is a dorky design but there is a replacement kit using short neck that is easy to deal with once installed, the little tube/connector isn't so bad to get to and it's once in maybe 100k job.
I think you're making way too much of this. Do you repair them as a business? If so, my guess is you just see it a lot then. As a 12 year user, it's been no biggie to be honest. However, I taught myself to replace all the suspension components to both learn and not be raped by the dealer pricing. I replace 8 control arms, all related/connected suspension bits such as sway bushings, toe and end links, etc, etc, plus v6 sized EBC rotors and carriers to allow 17's, and new front struts.
It's amazing when you get used to a sloppy handler then it feels like a new vehicle again.