Howdy, Stranger!

It looks like you're new here. If you want to get involved, click one of these buttons!





Howdy, Stranger!

It looks like you're new here. If you want to get involved, click one of these buttons!

Did you get a great deal? Let us know in the Values & Prices Paid section!
Meet your fellow owners in our Owners Clubs

2015 Chevy Trax - lemon warning

stuckwithtraxstuckwithtrax Posts: 1
edited December 2016 in Chevrolet
Owned this 'vehicle' for almost a year (13,500 miles - had some miles from dealer). Brakes have been replaced twice due to master cylinder and related issues. Additional Five recalls on top of that - one related but not included in the actual recall because I haven't had an accident... yet....was being unable to disengage the seat belt - on a normal day - every day. I am now on my 2nd Senior Supervisor at Chevrolet telling them to come pick the thing up. Naturally Chevy's stance is to keep repairing the vehicle - not call it what it is, a bad product and take it back. So, multiple trips to different Chevy repair shops, all setup by Chevy Customer Service of course, and quite frankly I prefer the loaner vehicles because at least you don't have to stand on the brakes to keep it from rolling forward...or backward on a hill...or keep two car lengths behind because emergency braking is not an option. Trade in value is less than half what I paid, and I'm afraid the next owner might be seriously injured. My Grandmother and my son won't ride in it...rest of the family doesn't want to even try after hearing the stories. So, DON'T BUY ONE OF THESE VEHICLES. Chevy will not stand behind their product, and admit when they manufacture an accident waiting to happen. All vehicles have recalls. I've owned 5 Chevy's. Never again. Actually considering letting them repo the vehicle just to get rid of it. Buyer bewarez

Comments

  • imidazol97imidazol97 Crossroads of America I70 & I75 Posts: 23,786

    I am now on my 2nd Senior Supervisor at Chevrolet telling them to come pick the thing up. Naturally Chevy's stance is to keep repairing the vehicle - not call it what it is, a bad product and take it back. So, multiple trips to different Chevy repair shops, all setup by Chevy Customer Service of course, and quite frankly I prefer the loaner vehicles because at least you don't have to stand on the brakes to keep it from rolling forward...or backward on a hill...or keep two car lengths behind because emergency braking is not an option.

    Check into the lemon law for your state as to how many trips and how many days out-of-service are required. Then seen an attorney who specializes in that if you don't feel you can invoke it yourself.

    2015 Cruze 2LT, 2014 Malibu 2LT, 2008 Cobalt 2LT

Sign In or Register to comment.