Chevys, Inc.

Star Star Empty star Empty star Empty star
2.0 out of 5, based on 1 ratings and
4 reviews & complaints.

Most Popular | Newest | More Options >
More filter options:
Ask your best consumer, ME
Posted by on
CASA GRANDE, ARIZONA -- Boy do I want you folks to be successful. This is not a review per se, rather just helpful information from a A1 consumer.

This is the car I have been waiting to purchase. I know very little about it so I want you to know what I want in a care like this and for you to be successful in building, marketing and selling it to people like me and others.

I believe there have always been to many models made. You've been on the chase for the mighty dollar rather than providing what the consumer really wants.

A car is just 4 wheels, steering wheel, brakes and engine. Just make those things work perfectly all the time as well as making a safe roomy auto.

The dollars follow once you provide what the customer wants. This customer wants:

1. A safe cocoon
2. Blind spot eliminated
3. Great safe tires
4. Seats that are the orthopedically best.
Stop messing up my hair with that angled
head rest.
5. Ease of handling.
6. Back up camera
7. GPS
8. What the volt looks like (not science
fiction). Just a visually appealing car.
9. I want all the new technology features of
this car to have ALL the bugs worked out
before it is released to the public.
THIS WILL BE YOUR GREATEST CONFIDENCE
BUILDER AND WORD OF MOUTH ADVERTISER.
10. Make me happy and all my friends and many
others will follow.

Put me on your satisfaction panel along with your design engineer. The mechanical engineers can build what we simply want and build it with confidence knowing the public will rave about it.

My background:
College Educated
Exceptional People Skills
Wife, mother, and grandmother
I am an inventor personality. I announce great ideas and wait for them to come to fruition and then say "I told you so"
My first invention was the icon on the gas gauge to tell what side of the car the gas tank was on. I drove too many rental cars and had to get out too many times to look.
I have had a great influence on the success of my husbands 5 business.
I see the big picture and can make it happen.
Great consumer of well made products
Shop at Nordstroms, Target, and Kohls just because of their treatment of the consumer. They get it.

I want you to get it too. What has taken so long? Give me people who have the power to make the decisions immediately. Who wants to jump through hoops when tried and true techniques work.

I GENUINELY WANT THIS CONCEPT CAR TO FINALLY BECOME A REALITY AND I AM WILLING TO GIVE YOU MY HONEST STRAIGHT FORWARD OPINION ABOUT HOW TO ACHIEVE THAT GOAL.

PLEASE CONTACT ME FOR MY KNOWLEDGE AND CONSUMER EXPERIENCE. WHAT A GREAT IDEA TO HAVE CONSUMERS DRIVING YOUR IDEAS. AND DON'T KEEP THAT TO YOURSELF. YOU SHOULD PROMOTE CONSUMER INPUT RATHER THAN WHAT THE EMPLOYED DESIGNERS AND ENGINEERS COME UP WITH ON THEIR OWN.

BEST WISHES AND MUCH SUCCESS,
ANNE WILSON

     
Read 0 RepliesAdd reply
StarStarEmpty StarEmpty StarEmpty Star
Making a car that only one type of tire fits and has no warranty or tread
Posted by on
Rating: 2/51
MANSFIELD, OHIO -- I bought an Aveo when we had the cash for clunker program. I got used to it, but when my tires went bald after only 26,000 miles I stated a search to get all purpose tires for the winters in Ohio. I discovered there isn't anything that fits except the tires that came on it and they have no tread or warranty. Why would you build a car that has rotten tires and sell to the USA. We also bought Chevy thinking it was from here only to find out we bought Korean made and it was shipped here!!! Ford is looking real good at this time, at least it is made here!
     
Read 6 RepliesAdd reply

User Replies:

trmn8r on 2012-05-01:
The Aveo is a subcompact car, and if you had researched it prior to purchasing you would have become aware of its roots in Daewoo. With the merger/acquisitions in automobile manufacturing globally in the past 10-15 years, it's hard to know what is made where unless you research it. Realize that GM gets over half of its earnings from international operations.

You didn't list the size tire it uses, but my guess it is very small by today's standards for this economy car, which limits the manufacturers and who may make a tire that fits.

trmn8r on 2012-05-01:
You mentioned that Ford may be made in the US. I believe the Fiesta sold here, a possible competitor to the Aveo, is made in Mexico.
KevinTX on 2012-05-01:
https://www.google.com/search?q=chevy+aveo+tire+size&ie=utf-8&oe=utf-8&aq=t&rls=org.mozilla:en-US:official&client=firefox-a
FoDaddy19 on 2012-05-01:
You didn't mention what year your Aveo is but it you got it during the CfC scheme, them it's probably a 2010 model. A 30-second search of Tire Rack.com shows that there are no fewer than 11 models of tire for that car, 9 of which are all-season. It's no secret that the Aveo is just a rebaged Daewoo, it's mentioned in just about every review you can find about the car.

If you car came with high performance tires (V rated or better) then there is no treadwear warranty. Even most UHP aftermarket tires won't have a treadwear warranty. High peformance tires don't last long, I go through a set ever 25k miles on my Mustang. They are made for excellent grip, everything else, like ride comfort, treadwear, and rolling resistance is secondary.

Given that just a 30 second search revealed several possible tire solutions, I don't think the OP has done much, if any, research into the matter and I don't find this review to be helpful.
trmn8r on 2012-05-01:
But I found your comments helpful. I've been using Tire Rack for years - awesome website and great place to buy tires.
GenuineNerd on 2012-05-01:
The 2012 Chevy Sonic, which is the Aveo's replacement, is US-built. It uses the same 4-cylinder as the Cruze. As for the Aveo, would Sears or Walmart carry tires for it? I know that 13 inch tires aren't used much on cars anymore. Just remember to have the timing belt changed every 60,000 miles.
Close commentsAdd reply
Awesome
Posted by on
Today me and my family and my sister and hers went to dinner at Chevy's. We received the greatest service ever by our server she was friendly polite and always smiling. I will definitely recommend Chevy's, also they have awesome drinks.
     
Read 3 RepliesAdd reply

User Replies:

Sparticus on 2011-04-03:
I used to live by a Chevy's. Loved to get the margaritas... Good food too.
momsey on 2011-04-03:
I haven't been to Chevy's in years, but I used to love it!
fkaiser on 2011-04-03:
Very highly recommended
Close commentsAdd reply
Steering wheel problems (NO grease on ROD)
Posted by on
LIVE OAK, FLORIDA -- This is a company defect and they should pay for repairs, but I have been told by the dealers I have to pay for the repairs. The dealers have even told me that the company Chevy has replaced the steering ROD three time on other trucks in the pass 1999 to 2006.

I want someone to help me get in touch with the Chevy Company... HELP.

tomrver@yahoo.com

THANKS

     
Read 1 RepliesAdd reply

User Replies:

Hugh_Jorgen on 2007-08-31:
The local dealer should be able to tell you who to take your request to. If there is a pattern of this problem, the zone rep might be willing to cover the repairs.
Close commentsAdd reply
Top of Page | Next Page >