2010 Chevrolet Traverse LT1 4dr SUV AWD (3.6L 6cyl 6A)
I got have a 2010 traverse. At first it seemed like a great car until about a year ago when it started falling apart. It is the worse feeling in the world having a 3 year old car that is always broken.
At 65,000 miles we had to have the replaced warranty covered it, but not having my vehicle for a week was annoying.
It costs 190$ to replace the headlights, they have to remove the front end to do it. Cosmetically its falling apart toggles and buttons are coming lose. It's currently in the shop again. As I'm driving down the road today the gas gauge starts flip flopping like a fish out of water and it won't shift gears.
Lithia has my car more than I do.
The outside look of the car, onstar always help us when we break down
Window noise issue, having to take it to the dealership to change the headlights( it can not be done at home my husband tried for 45 min before i called the dealership and they said it needed to be brought in) which they charge you 190$ to do, the constant not knowing what's going to happen next and being afraid my kids an I could be stranded in -50 or colder weather, starting issues it always misfires
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