We bought this car new with the hopes
that the third new GM vehicle that we
purchased might make it past 80,000
without major repairs. Our hopes were
once again crushed, as before it made
80,000 miles the transmission went out
costing $700 to repair, two weeks later
the engine started leaking coolant into
the crankcase through a blown head
gasket which cost another $800 to
repair. GM just can't seem to get it
right. Too bad, as this will be my
last GM product.
Nice body style and relatively good
performance and fuel economy.
GM needs to learn how to make a
drivetrain that will last over 80,000
miles without major repairs!
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