Chevy/GM Complaint - How Chevy's Are Thrown Together

Review by pearline58 on 2010-03-17
Our truck only has 16,551 miles on it. We had rear in worked on at 4,000miles. The front end had to have work done on it. We have heard a clicking sounds coming from the air bag. Took it to the dealer we brought it from. The worker there called my truck old. It maybe a2004,but the miles are low. You would think chev/gm could make something you could drive more than that. If there a problems, why can't they make it right.,Oh we had to have the speedometer was stuck at 70 when it was not running.

I think our government, should let this company go under they can't make nothing but lemons. We the work hard to pay for what we get, and they want us to bail them out, they think we all suckers.
Comments:6 Replies - Latest reply on 2010-03-17
Posted by Pepper on 2010-03-17:
you know, this is also why i think the industry is trying to jump all over foreign cars that have issues.

there's a lot of recalls every year for american made brands
but none of them get media hype and news stories

i think the government is trying to encourage protecting it's financial investments

giving you a vh
Posted by Slimjim on 2010-03-17:
Are we referring to Toyota here? I'm not sure I've heard the Government going after them in some unusual way. The problem lies there with their cars accelerate out of control. Any other foreign or domestic brand with that kind of defect is going to get media coverage. Having a defective washer fluid heater that may be a fire hazard is not the same as a gas peddle sticking on the floor while driving.
As far as the posters truck, IMHO this had too many issues for a low mile truck, abet it is 7 years old. I wouldn't call it a lemon though and can't say factually that Chevy trucks are historically inferior to wish GM to go under or think someone was crazy for buying one.
Posted by CUFlipSide on 2010-03-17:
My very first brand new vehicle was an 86 Chevy. It was towed away, dead, at 70,000 miles. I vote for 'historically inferior'.
Posted by Pepper on 2010-03-17:
yes i do think the government would try to push harder against a foreign company than one in the US

especially since they started pumping money into a market that refused to change
Posted by Slimjim on 2010-03-17:
Change how?
Posted by Inat on 2010-03-17:
interestingly enough - "U.S. regulators have tracked more deaths in vehicles made by Ford Motor Co., Chrysler Group LLC and other companies combined than by Toyota Motor Corp. during three decades of unintended acceleration" ------ found on several sources in todays "news" (http://www.bloomberg.com/apps/news?pid=20601087&sid=avQgmSFrg58A)

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