At 15,000 miles,all 4 rotors had to be
turned, a NJ dealer's fault.The car
uses 1 qt of oil every 1,000 miles.
Dealer said this is normal.At 52,000
miles the crankshaft sensors failed.At
57,600 miles a wheel bearing and hub
assembly failed.At 62,000 miles a motor
mount failed.At 64,000 miles the water
pump failed.At 75,000 miles the battery
started to leak and had to be replaced.
At 80,000 miles the transmission failed
and had to be repaired.All this at a
cost of over $3,100 for repairs, not
including normal maintenance, on a new
car just 3 years old. Is this what GM
calls quality in a $40,000 car?
It looks nice, it's comfortable.
GM needs to concentrate on quality
instead of the 'bottom line'.The sad
part is that GM doesn't care.It is the
most unreliable vehicle I have ever
owned.A true 'bucket of bolts'.You
couldn't give me another Cadillac.
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