2006 Chevrolet Colorado Crew Cab 5 cylinder from North America
Looks good and runs good, but do not want to have to use an umbrella and wear boots when I drive
Water leaking from Sun Roof... water leak from firewall. Gas mileage nowhere near what was on sticker.
Vehicle is plagued with water leaks. Dealer was unable to fix on first or second attempts.
Sun roof leak was fixed on the third attempt by replacing the entire unit, which should have been done first since vehicle was brand new.
The next leak is from somewhere along the firewall. Dealer has had the fender off, dashboard pulled apart and it took one week until they said they had found the problem and repaired it. However as soon as the next rain came the water poured in again. Dealer has since (in the past two weeks) not attempted top repair it again.
Going to the attorney very soon.
Would you buy another car from this manufacturer? No
Review Date: 17th April, 2007
Find the where the leek is coming from your self and put some ABC gum in the hole. Problem solved. (ABC gum = Already Been Chewed"
The seats in the Colorado I have are not adjustable so if you have long legs your knees will be in the dash so you can reach the steering wheel. If you strech out your legs you will be over extending your arms and creating a pain in your back. Other than that I'd say the vehicle is fine. If fully adjustable seats were installed I'd proclaim this to be a very fine ride.
Water leak... go to a different dealer. This one isn't interested in fixing the problem.
Dealers prefer NOT to do warranty work, as they don't make the same rate of pay $$ as non warranty $$ repair work. When they are busy, they will rush you through and hope you go away.
I work at a dealer, and am not allowed to suggest any warranty repairs when I see an extra "warranty covered" problem when working on warranty covered vehicle. I am to just do what the vehicle is in for and get it out. Water leaks do not make $$.
Wow, I'm not sure where the 4/11 commenter works, but hopefully I never do business with that dealership.
A buddy of mine services at a GM dealership (I won't say which one, but they're located in southern Vermont), and they suggest warranty work whenever he brings it in for service. Too bad every dealer isn't that attentive.