It has to do with the kind of driving. Stop and go or highway. If your making several short trips (less than 15 minutes) or stop and go that's hard on a car (any car). Highway Driving is the best. You can have a 4 y/o car with 50K miles it will have things fail during the next 50K miles because the "bad" miles. You can have the same 4 y/o car with 100K miles and it could go another 100K miles and not need any repair because of highway driving.
Remember it is an 8 y/o car with 130K miles (many city miles I guess) and stuff is going to happen. Also find a good trusted mechanic (dealerships are normally good but $$$). Good luck with it and hope you get through the next several years with no issues.
Sorry it took me SO long to get back to everyone. The ignition switch was bad and I had to replace it. I finally paid the beast off, and I have to replace the windshield ( my fault stone got kicked up and hit it) but about 6 months ago my boyfriend and I were driving my car and he heard something snap inside the door. That day not even driving it for 2 minutes the driver side door where we heard something snap earlier in the day the window shattered. I brought it back to toyota because they were supposed to do the recall and fix the bolts. They only looked at the front bolt and not the second one. which luck would have it thats the one that broke. So I ended up going to a junk yard to get a window and replaced it for $75 instead of the 350 they wanted. I'm currently looking to get a back driver side door and passanger side door to replace the two that got dented. I also need a new front bumper and back bumper. Then AFTER all of that is done I will need to paint my car.. I'm seeing so many dollar signs leaving my wallet. But I guess now that all mechanics is taken care of I will be taking care of the outside. I really want to make it look nice, but it will take some more time.