The car performed well in the first 4 years.
The car developed a head gasket leak
which allowed engine coolant Dexon to leak
into the engine oil. The problem was
misdiagnosed and eventually the crank
shaft broke at 70,000 miles. We had to
replace the engine. GM paid half -- out of
warranty. We had frequent trouble with the
power sliding door.
Space and comfort. Loved the built-in air
Needs to be made more reliable. GM should
stop using Dexon engine coolant which
mixes too well with oil making diagnosis of a
coolant leak too difficult.
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