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I know how you feel. I bought a new car for the first time in a long time for good dependability. Just bought it in March and I feel like it stays in the shop more than my driveway. Transmission issues, A/C has gone out, gas mileage is not good, they put the wrong parts in my steering wheel, and so on. It is a cute car but I am sick that I am stuck with a new vehicle that I cannot trust and I am afraid to allow my 15 year old daughter drive it with all of the stalling issues. So when it is my only vehicle how is she supposed to learn to drive? GM does not want to work with me at all on getting me something dependable. The 2010 loaner is a much better vehicle and proves to me that GM made huge mistakes with the 2011 models. They know they have issues but after Toyota I think they are trying to keep things hush hush.Report it
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