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CECIL, OHIO -- I BOUGHT A 2000 IMPALA WITH 15,000 MILES ON IT FROM A CHEVY DEALER IN 2001.IT RAN GOOD UNTIL NOW WITH 61,000 MILES ON IT THE TRANSMISSION WENT OUT THE DEALER SAID IT WOULD COST $2,100 TO FIX.GM WOULD NOT PAY FOR ANY OF IT IMAGINE THAT!I THINK WITH SO LOW OF MILES THEY SHOULD PAY FOR SOME OF IT.WHAT A JOKE I HAVE BOUGHT 4 NEW CARS PREVIOUSLY TO THIS ONE .BUT WILL NOT BE BUYING ANYMORE AFTER THIS UNLESS GM MAKES IT RIGHT WITH ME!
     
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Anonymous on 12/01/2003:
I have a 2000 Chevy Impala with 57,000 miles and the transmission went out & I was told my warranty ran out & I complained to Honda of Long beach & was told they would not help with any of the cost to repair I have 2 other cars a Honda and a focus & never had to replace a transmision. My problem is now with GM
alt333 on 12/01/2003:
I made my complaint to chevy of long beach
Anonymous on 01/05/2004:
Our '01 Impala's transmission went at 48,000 miles. Obviously, according to GM it went 12,000 miles beyond their "generous" warranty. We drive 30K miles a year! Never, after owning several new cars over the years, have we ever seen a transmission go that early. From what we've read on message boards everywhere, GM transmissions are faulty and unreliable ... and they have no intention of standing by their overpriced and unreliable vehicles.
tool on 02/21/2005:
Your not the only one with the Impala transmission problem. Mine went out at 45,000 miles. Luckily while they fix it the Honda dealership that I got it from is letting me borrow a company Honda car that has 110,000 miles on it. The transmission is fine on this one and has obviously been driven by a lot of people who don't care how well they drive the car.
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