GM Settled With Me
Posted 29 September 2011 - 06:12 AM
I have finally settled. I believe GM is doing their best to put this problem to bed, not wanting a class action launched against them. My local dealer now owns my Cruze. GM applied everything I paid for the Cruze on the 2011 Buick Regal that I chose. I only lost $400 in paint clear coating and undercoating -- they did give me undercoating at dealer cost this time, so I will write off the $400 as rental for 5 months, $80/month ... not bad at all.
I did have to come up with more money, but it was worth it. The Buick is a way better car compared to the Cruze. It is towable 4 wheels down. My wife didn't like the way the Cruze handled but loves the way the Regal handles -- what a difference! If Mom is happy, then I remain happy.
I would like to thank GM, and I know they read these forums, and I would like to thank my dealership, which did a excellent job. I would buy another GM product and I will go to the same dealership. I hope everyone else caught in this same Cruze situation gets the same treatment and a satisfactory ending.
Posted 02 October 2011 - 07:27 PM
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Posted 03 October 2011 - 10:21 AM
As long as you're satified that's good enough for me They offered me a $1300 bucks towards a tow dolly or a trade down to a smaller Sonic with no cash difference To old to mess around with a unwanted dolly and my wife's wheelchairs don't fit in the Sonic anyway I'm hoping REMCO gets their pump system up and ready fairly soon Enjoy the life, PS: For anyone's information, From reports I've read,Ford has backed up their warrenty
At the beginning they offered me also $1,500. towards a dolly, that wasn't what I wanted. I looked at the Sonic, it looks at lot like the Cruze, tad bit smaller, but I didn't like the appointments inside it (dashboard). Also been reading about Fords tranny problems, this one couple burnt out three transmissions, Ford replaced them each time, after the third they went through their states lemon law and got rid of the car. I'm just guessing, maybe Ford thought it was cheaper to replace the transmissions, hoping that the third time folks would use the lemon law thus relieving them of replacing anymore? Who knows? Ford does!
Posted 09 September 2012 - 10:30 PM
I have a 2011 Cruze I just found out was no longer towable.
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