Our problems were
1) Leaking oil pan (intermittent but copious when occurring) caused by several inches of completely missing caulk. The pan had to be removed and entirely resealed.
2) Blank reversing camera. No problem identified by the dealer, but problem fixed by rebooting the system (this is not a suggested consumer repair, but possibly could be done by briefly disconnecting the 12V battery.) This has happened multiple times, but generally fixes itself after a few days.
3) Check engine light caused by a leaking emission line. This is a recall item, but the parts were unavailable. It was suggested that we not drive the car until the parts became available.
4) Check engine line caused by the very same leaking emission line. We had the second repair done by a different dealer, who told us that the first dealer did visibly do the repair, but probably accidentally reinstalled a leaking hose; the supposedly "new" hose did not have the same markings as their new hoses.
5) Complete electrical failure:
a) A failure to charge, but would run on gas.
b) Next day, the electrical system would not shut down; when the car was turned, off the dashboard stayed lit. Thirty minutes of random manipulations eventually got the the car to turn off.
c) The following day, the car would turn on, but could be not be placed in either forward or reverse. Car had to be towed.
An electrical circuit box of some sort was replaced and the car is now working.
Whether or not one calls these issues trivial (and I don't), the car has been in dealer shops for 39 days since we bought it new in late August of 2016. It is really too bad, because it is a great car otherwise.