This vehicle has been the worst, by far, of the eight cars I've owned to date. 1st ball joint/hub kit at 43000 miles, the other at 63000, two sets of brakes, gas gauge breaks and needs to be replaced, driver seat tilt breaks off with normal use, cheap plastic emergency break handle breaks off stranding the vehicle in a snow storm as the breaks will not release, hood cable require replacing at 69000 at which time it was noted that the "engine oil cooler lines are leaking," and now as of 3/5/06 the Security light is on and the vehicle does not start on command with out a 10 minute wait due to electronic and fuel issues and the seats have terrible ergonomic design with zero lumbar support
CD/radio easy to access and adjust volumn when the excessive tire noise overwhelms you while driving on the highways.
Have honor and dignity to correct the massive engineering designs, mechanical and especially electrical, in the vechicle
This 2000 Blazer has been nothing but a
headache. I don't have a tow package
and most miles are highway. I don't
ride it hard or off road, HOWEVER, by
60000 miles the transmission blew, the
hub assembly had to be replaced and
every little thing inside has fallen
apart or off (ie the seat adjuster).
It's been nothing but a money pit. I
can't get ANYBODY to buy it and the
dealerships almost laugh when I drive
in asking about a trade.
Big time money sucker. Don't ever buy
one or any other GM vehicle. I'm going
back to a Honda. Forget this domestic
There is something wrong with the
design of this vehicle. There
absolutely should have been a recall
for the front end of this car. I have
replaced the ball joint on both front
wheels twice on this car in 4 years.
Now I have also had to replace both
wheel bearings as well. I will never
buy another Chevy SUV again.
the interior rattles so bad i have to
keep the volume up high, along with
many many other problem that the dealer
ship couldn't figure out. dealership
said so sad to bad. I really got taken
for in this buy. I should have paid
alittle more for a nissan or a toyota
and had fewer problems.
take this suv's designers and fire
them. this car is nothing but problems
I purchased my Blazer at about 40000 miles. And what a let down it has been since. I've actually considered seeing if it was a lemon but by the other reviews on here I'm guessing I should have done the research and expected it. Every thing everyone has mentioned having problems with I have do the same and some more. I'm a college student and constantly breaking the bank on repairs for this. I will never buy a Chevy again. I have spent close to $5000 on repair in 3 years of having it. Gas gauge, ball joints, rotors, bearings, rear axle, pittman arm, seat handle, wiring, lights on the dash, heater core. The repairs take all the fun out of this automobile unless you have deep pockets.
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