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Reviewed Dec. 8, 2019
So I bought my truck brand new... Put 25,000 miles on it around home & no issue. At 25,000 miles we went out west, made it four hours from home on a Saturday & all the lights on the dash came on. It didn't quit on me so we kept going but all the lights was still on. Made a successful trip out west & made it back home & the truck went in the Chevy garage. They fixed all issues. So fast forward to 52,000 miles. It been in the garage now a total of 27 times.
It has had a two injector pumps, front hubs, radiator, fuel sensors multiple times, fuel gauge twice, rear wheel sensors multiple times, fuel rails, turbo, def tank because the heater quit. So in 27,000 miles it's been in to get diagnosed then the dealer orders parts, then we gotta take it back in to get repaired. 54 trips to get fixed. We called Chevy to have them make it right... They all but laughed at us. Said they would offer a extended warranty. Go back to my dealership & they didn't help us out either. How does one run a farm with no truck?? Just asking 'cause Chevy didn't see the problem when it's sitting on their lot & gave me a loaner that was a Buick???. That being said, I've owned lots of Chevy vehicles. We've had diesel trucks, Chevy Tahoes, and gas engine 1500s. We're done.... Chevy should've just folded instead of getting bailed out. Would've saved me tons of grief.
Reviewed July 22, 2019
Aloha, my name is Rashel ** & I purchased a brand new Chevy Colorado the 23rd of March 2019. As soon as I drove it off the lot, the AC intermittently stopped blowing cold air, & started blowing warm air instead. After driving a few miles, the AC would blow cold air again. I thought it was something that happens because it was brand new & had to run a bit. But, THIS HAPPENS EVERY TIME I DRIVE MY COLORADO! I made an appointment and took it into Servco Auto Waipahu.
"Suspected evaporator core of AC is freezing up & causing warm issue, there is no fix at this time per GM engineers." I was not satisfied w/ the answer so I called Chevrolet's customer service.
After weeks of calls back & forth, this is what Chevrolet said. Chevrolet states that installing factory parts could result in possible reoccurring. Now that's after the customer service rep, "Soli" wrote, "we understand you are still having a concern w/ your AC not working properly TO YOUR LIKING". Are you kidding me 'Soli?' It would be to my liking if the AC WOULD JUST WORK PROPERLY!!! I am VERY OFFENDED by the comment made by Chevrolet's customer service rep Soli! I asked for the name of a supervisor & I haven't received any name/email on it since, July 12, 2019.
FYI to those who's thinking about a vehicle from Chevrolet, the above was Chevrolet's final resolution/fix to the problem w/ my AC, that probably existed coming off the assembly line. Too bad, from my salesman Craig, to the manager I spoke w/ to finalize my purchase, to the service adviser Jayda. All of THEIR hard work to make customers feel like they are valued, to have it all erased because of a situation/experience like I experienced w/ Chevrolet. I want a fix for the problem w/ my brand new 2019 Chevy Colorado! Not Chevrolet's final resolution being that there is no fix, they didn't try a thing.
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Reviewed June 23, 2019
Let me specify that my wife and I bought 6 Chevrolet products within 11 years prior to this incident. Bought my 2013 Silverado 1500 new and with 15 miles on it second day smelled antifreeze so I took it in and they said heatercore was bad so I was waiting on the rental when I saw the mechanic throw my dash and seats across the concrete pavement watching it slide and mind you it was a $32,000 new truck and when I got it back all the interior had scratches in it.
Immediately I pointed it out and the waiting began and I said if they gave me new running boards, mud flaps and wheel well liners and tailgate lock I’d let it slide and that was a big mistake because it took several weeks and when I got it back it rattled big time inside while driving it. I tried to get a new truck both the dealer and Chevrolet denied to give me one so I got a new 2015 Ram 1500 3.6L and love it. Done with Chevy for good and Craig Smith Auto Group in Galion Ohio.
Reviewed June 28, 2018
My 1999 Chevy is a small truck but it has gotten me to many places on vacation and for work. It drives decent usually. I hope it last until I get a newer automobile this year. It runs when it is not falling apart. It broke down a few times this year already. It needed a new part on it and it cost me some money. Also, I had to get new tires for it last year.
Reviewed June 7, 2018
Consumers complain of corroded brake lines in older GM trucks - June 2018 - 2003 Chevy Avalanche Z-71 1500. 98,000 miles. Always in Connecticut. Had truck rust proofed when new, but that did not help brake line issue. Luckily I was just pulling out of the driveway when the pedal went completely to the floor with no stopping power. The brake line going to rear of the truck blew right under driver's door leaving the entire contents of the reservoir on the ground. This is terribly dangerous! Supposedly front brakes should have worked, but didn't. Found a complete replacement kit of "NiCopp" lines for $100 (plus fluid and tools) online, and lots and lots of videos about it - which also indicates widespread problem. This truck has been my "baby" since new and am terribly disappointed. Would love to hear about some sort of class action. GM should be held accountable for this extremely dangerous issue.
Reviewed May 16, 2018
I turned my Chevy truck, 2002 into a parking space. The brakes were hard as a rock. Didn't slow a bit. Been working great... Someone told me it was my power steering pump failing. Scared the crap out of me, and guess what? No recall.
The problem was the front Left wheel bearing The ABS sensor is in there.....I had no indicator lights lit, no brake, no ABS, No Warning at all , also there Is No recall for this problem hope no-one gets hurt..or worse.
Reviewed May 2, 2018
Chevy Trailblazer - Good riding vehicle, comfortable driving, also good for hauling items such as groceries etc. Has its ups and downs as with any vehicle, battery, tires.
Reviewed April 29, 2018
My family purchased a 2017 Chevy Traverse for reliability reasons only, not knowing the same engine is a 2009 GMC Acadia. This vehicle almost cost our lives, a part called PURGE VALVE, line cracked and it released Carbon Monoxide into the vehicle instead of going out the tailpipe! 2013-2017 Ford Explorer including police vehicle if your engine light comes on please get it check!
Reviewed April 28, 2018
I really love my 2003, 4wd, S-10 Chevrolet Blazer, the only things I'd change would be to have a 4dr instead of 2, and have the spare tire stored elsewhere than the back window.
Reviewed April 27, 2018
Have a 2005 Chevy Colorado model and have over 175,000 miles on it with only routine maintenance. Body is in great shape. Did have a problem with the security system right after I bought it, which was fixed under warranty.
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