At first, this vehicle seemed great
while it was under warranty - solid
ride, not too many unwanted noises,
good performance. After the warranty
was gone, major expensive repairs
started: Front Wheel bearings @ $550
each (a very common problem that GMC
continues to ignore), 4-wheel drive
encoder motor at $750, throttle
position sensor at $150. I can't
afford the repairs while I'm still
making the monthly payments, and the
vehicle only has 38K miles. GMC just
wants to survive the warranty period,
and then lets the consumer bear the
costly repairs. I'll never buy another
GMC product again.
4-wheel drive (when it works).
If there are design defects that result
in costly repairs for the consumer, GMC
should step up and financially help out
the customer instead of turning a cold
shoulder. I will now turn a cold
shoulder to their new products.
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