When I first got this car, I had to
wait 1 month for it because it was
getting the TRANSMISSION replaced, it
had 47,000 miles on it then. Last week
after 3 months - $3,023 and 6
transmissions later all within the same
3 months I finally gave up on it....
now I face only getting $750 back for
my rebuilt transmission and my car will
be left without a transmission
practically not worth anything.
configuration(1994), My car has had a
total of 10 transmissions in the 6
years i've had it.
The interior is comfortable, and the ac
was very cold, but too bad I could
never feel sure if my transmission
would give or not.
OBVIOUSLY, THEY SHOUD COMPENSATE THOSE
AFFECTED BY THEIR TRANSMISSION PROBLEMS
And to those buying it's worth paying
for a lifetime warranty on your
This means that whomever is doing your transmission work is screwing you over. If they did it right you would not have had 6 in 3 months. The trans is it's own entity. If it's not fixed right or if you replace it with a pos trans you will have more problems. You can't blame the car for that. You got screwed by the mechanics. Not the fault of the company. Once it's fixed or replaced once, it's no longer the fault of of the manufacturer but the mechanics.
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