I bought this car on 2/11/13 and as of 3/7/13(less than 30 days!) it is in the shop getting a new engine placed.
Why? Unsure, the Chevy dealership could not figure out the problem so I get a new engine placed.
Lucky me, I get to make my first car payment while it is on a lift in the Chevy dealership.
Reliability is gone!
I was a former Toyota owner and wish now that I had purchased another one (12 years of absolutely no problems!)
I just hope that this car lasts as long as my payments do.
Very disappointed with this product.
I wish I could just get a refund and be done with this!
Unsure because I drove it less than 30 days before it ended up in the shop!
Where do I begin?
My car is brand new and in less than 30 days....It is in the shop getting a new engine because Chevy does not know what the problem is, therefore, can not fix it.
I think toyota owners just get on this and bash the chevys and hope they don't buy a great chevy cruze.
Every car make has a service drive. Not only chevy. Stuff happens all cars brake down one time or another wow this
and FYI Chevy takes great care of there customers they have for 100 plus years now.
I love my cruze. Great AMERICAN car
You can return it up to 60 days after purchase.
Should have probably done that rather than bash the car on the internet...
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