4 minor issues? a $30,000 car shouldn't have these 4 minor issues, not to mention i don't think the steering issue is minute. My 1996 Honda Civic doesn't have issues like this after 190000 miles. My 2008 Civic doesn't have issues like this. How about my 2000 Acura? No squeaking issues, steering is smooth. I didn't buy a nice car to be constantly annoyed by the radio or not have proper working components. Why is that ridiculous? I don't expect issues like this from a $30,000 car, or even a $10,000 car.No issue with mine, granted I have the ecotec. Seriously though, its kind of ridiculous that you would return your car for 4 minor issues. You may want to invest in a huffy because I hate to break it to you, but all cars have issues, and yours are pretty minute.
Driving down the road in a car with less than 1000 miles on it and the radio squeaking the entire time, does that sound good to you? Even with the radio on, I couldn't make the sound go away.
Bluetooth issue was minor, although dealer had no clue what to do and I had to find the TSB for them. Thats great, i'll take time off my job so I can help fix my car.
Seat trim piece was right by the airbag, which could affect the operation of the airbag if it deployed, that seems like an issue to me.
And this latest steering not being smooth, that is an issue. I do not know if there is a mechanical issue which may lead to a more serious problem later on. This is not right, a car should not react like this, and others seem to agree on this board who have had the issue.
Why would anyone spend this kind of money and have these problems and not return it? You know what? why do you go slightly misalign your radio so it sqeaks all the time while your driving. And while we're at it, why don't you go slightly bend your tie rod and see how you like it? That is not acceptable from a car. All cars may have issue, but not like this. BLUE-BU seems to be in the process of trying to get GM buy his car back, I wonder why?
This car has spent 9 total days in the past 7 months at the dealer. My Civic hasn't spent 9 days in the shop in 5 years.
GM's new tag line seems to be, "May the best car win". Right now, my 96 civic with 190000 miles without any sqeaks or steering issues seems to be the best car. Thank goodness I didn't trade it in, otherwise my wife would have to pay the under 25 surcharge for renting a car.
Oh, yea, by the way, GM won't cover the underage fee for rentals. We found that out when I couldn't take her to the dealer and she had to get a rental.
If you're going to make comments like you did, please keep them to yourself, I don't want to read them. This are issues that really bother me, and they aren't minor to me. I didn't spend $30,000 to have these issues to keep bothering me while I drive my car.
Now, anyone else have this issue and get it fixed so I can get my car fixed so it drives the way its supposed to drive?