2000 Chevrolet Blazer LS 6 cylinder from Bahamas
Very practical, reliable for a small family
The dashboard was warped. Dealer replaced it because still under warranty.
The car is just 3 years old and I just had to replace BOTH front wheel bearings which was $1,6600 - WITHOUT the labor! I maintain it very well. It's clean and serviced regularly. It's absurd that both bearings should have to be replaced on a pretty new car!
The car is in really good shape and performs well. However, there has got to be some fault with production for the bearings to go so early in BOTH wheels, never mind just one! I am not a reckless driver and take very good care of my car.
Would you buy another car from this manufacturer? Don't Know
Review Date: 11th August, 2003
23rd Sep 2003, 00:37
1600 dollars for two bearing assemblies? I guess the mechanic made his boat payment for a few months.
18th Nov 2003, 12:00
Price the parts mister well informed. I just replaced my front bearings for $500 for parts. the problem is that a GM scientist designed the ABS sensor into the bearing assembly which makes for a more complex part at a higher cost. prices vary on where you live. this problem is consistent for other GM products 2 or 4 wheel drive with ABS. my advise to GM is fire the designer of this part and simplify the configuration.