2013 Chevrolet Equinox LTZ 4dr SUV AWD (2.4L 4cyl 6A)
Chevy sold me a car with a known & unresolved problem with the torque converter clutch.
Not mentioned before the sale or the sale would not have occurred.
I won't go into all the drama, but Chevy and the dealer sold a new car that needs the transmission dropped and would not replace a chipped chrome wheel, valued at over $700, that I did not cause. I have since traded this very poor example of Chevy quality, and yes, I took a real beating on the trade.
I liked this car's looks, high-tech options, navigation system, power lift gate, and remote start, but these features don't mean anything if the manufacturer cannot deal with problems honestly.
Read the VIN report available for any GM car before you buy to see if there are open service issues on your new car, cause once you sign, its your baby.
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