Mine is also around my 2000 mile point (4000 on the car now).
Nothing to mention, problemwise. I am very sensitive to noises and seem to have 'tuned in' to the motor noise 20~40 mph which is a bit annoying now!! Also, I seem to be hearing the tyres rumble more at 60mph. This is an inevitable consequence of not having the background tune of an ICE rumbling away, you begin to focus on the next noisy thing.
Fortunately, I have not yet heard any other rattles appear in the car. From day 1 I was impressed at how well the dashboard is so solid and squeak and creak free. I guess I shouldn't say that and it is probably tempting fate!!
I did start getting a slight 'flappy-tappy' noise that sounded like it was within the dash some time ago. Oh dear, I thought! I didn't track it down until just recently - the felt cover over the foot pedals is not really held on to anything (in my car) at the back edge of it and it was tending to bounce around over bumps of a certain characteristic. So, if you notice a slight, soft, 'tapping' each time you go over a particular bump, just reach down and see if the felt panel over the foot pedals is the cause.
Apart from my gripes and groans over how it could be made a bit better, I can't complain about anything much on it. The seat squabs seem a bit vulnerable to abuse, I have some creases in the leather from its previous 2000 miles and I like my seats to look like new and I always take steps on my ingress and egress in cars not to accelerate any seat-wearing problems. I think, in general, Megane seats have a poor reputation for not being hard-wearing.
I full agree with the wipers. What a pain those are! Just give me a stalk with a decent intermittent manual control!!
So, so far, comments and complaints have been limited to 'how it is designed to be' rather than any faults.
The supplied Type 2 lead has been an issue, as mentioned in another post. I'll post more when I know more.
Just one extra point - the lights are really good a night. Not sure I have had a car with better illumination from standard wattage bulbs before. A near perfect light pattern on the road.