Alright, so there's a thread going now about cars that are difficult to work on. We've all been there, and I enjoy complaining about it as much as anybody, but it's easy for a bunch of gearheads to get together and share war stories about how they had to remove the sunroof to replace the alternator in some newfangled car.
I want to hear about modern cars that are easy to work on. I want to hear about repair experiences that left you praising the engineers that designed the car. I want to hear about a time when you crawled underneath a car and angels sang, someone served you a chilled glass of chardonnay, and you dropped the front subframe using a single wrench without even getting any grease under your nails.
In the other thread, some posters suggested BMWs and Subarus. Any support for these or other suggestions? Let's keep the list limited to cars the average person would daily drive, say, no more than 10 years old. Go.