Why do people still buy GM's vehicles when they are so bad?
Case in point...The Chevy Cruze.
- JohnLv 72 months agoFavorite Answer
Lots of people are adamantly ignorant.
- 1 month ago
They are not bad. If they are bad then why do people still love GM and why do GM make Military vehicles and Police vehicles and other utility vehicles?
- 2 months ago
That's bs. I bought an 05 Chevy Suburban 1500 with a 163,000 miles. I bought it in 2012. I've changed the starter, brakes, valve cover gaskets, alternator and spark plugs. End of story. I'd rather push a Chevy than drive a Ford. **** just got real.
- zipperLv 62 months ago
This is news to me, I never had a GM give me less than 200,000 miles service except a VEGA: That was a piece of junk! I think your information is all wet! or from FORD!
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- AnnonymousLv 42 months ago
Maybe you had a bad experience with them, but they are a reasonable cost and a lot of people here in Oklahoma own them, there's more of them than nearly any other vehicle.
- Anonymous2 months ago
Let's see. They had a Ford F-150 before and they had to pay $3000 to get the plugs replaced because they were broken inside the head. So they bought a Toyota Corolla but the engine had a sludge problem and the engine seized. They then bought a Nissan but the CVT destroyed itself. So they bought a Dodge but it would not start every other day. They got a Honda Civic but the sunroof exploded and the airbag light was always ON. They also had a Jeep but nobody could fix a Check Engine Light (P0300) so it failed the smog test. The last car was a Subaru but it drank a quart of oil every 500 miles. So they got fed up and bought a Tahoe. 180k miles so far and all they had to replace was a left tie rod.
- thebax2006Lv 72 months ago
Every car manufacturer makes an economy model. Buy a better vehicle if you don't like the base units.
My GM Pontiac's have been great cars. I have driven Grand Prix's and Bonneville's with the 3.8 liter supercharged motors and you'd have to spend a ton of money to find a car with that much power, that many options, and low maintenance.Source(s): Mitsubishi Master Tech
- JohnLv 52 months ago
I bought my daughter a new Malibu because that is what she wanted and no complaints so far.
- Michael ELv 72 months ago
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