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Just thought I would toss my two cents in here on all the Uplander issues. We have owned an Uplander since 2009, and for the first 100,000 kms of ownership it was not a bad van. Other than a rear wiper motor needing replacement, all was well. The van only had 90,000 kms on it when we bought it for just under $12,000 Canadian. However, when the van reached 200,000 kms, everything seemed to go down hill fast. Every sensor in the front end of the vehicle has needed replacement. Left wheel sensor, right wheel sensor, master electrical sensor, wiring harness, and the ABS/Traction Control/Stability Control lights still appear after nearly $3000 worth of repairs. The van also eats brake rotors like nothing, and is rusting in many places even after extensive painting and rust proofing. After the van decided to blow a front stability rod, and the ABS has proceeded to come on repeatedly in DRY road conditions with minimal, there is little chance of us keeping it. And then, last week, the van began to experience worrying transmission slip problems. Now, at 238,000 kms, the van is no longer safe. After having several GM vehicles that have done 300,000+ kms without issue, this van has been a massive let down. It will be sold for scrap this month, and a lovely, well equipped RELIABLE Honda CRV is being purchased. GM really dropped the ball on this one, very disappointed. This will be the last GM product we purchase. Terrible service, vehicles with appalling quality control, and ridiculous sticker prices. No wonder GM went bankrupt. They should have stayed that way.
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