19th Oct 2016, 21:30

I'm sorry I just cannot ever believe a Chevrolet new car dealer would ever make such a comment. They certainly want more new vehicle purchases as well as future service. That also means your entire family, friends coworkers etc. I personally own 5. I have been buying new cars since the 70s. Even if I bought another brand as a repeat buyer, it would not hold water on such a comment. You could also have had just a leak or it was damaged. The car is only 2 years old. It's worth a check.

5th Mar 2017, 17:41

Well it seems that dealership could not care less about the smell issue with the car. The Cruzes are known to have leaking in the car, which will cause a coolant smell inside the cabin and condensation from the evaporated coolant fluid, also causing the windows to freeze from the inside.

21st Oct 2017, 23:46

Technical advisor: "Well you bought a Chevy, what did you expect?"


As for the commenter who says he doesn't believe this, well not everybody wants to hear the truth.

Strongly advise to go on local.google.com, search the dealerships who give poor or no service at all, and place a review. It helps everybody find which dealerships are good and which are bad.

22nd Oct 2017, 11:06

"hear the truth"?

So, it's "the truth" when it agrees with your preconceived notions?

I don't believe the reviewer's claim on what "they" told him. Priceless indeed.

23rd Oct 2017, 00:41

There are people in denial. Nothing can convince them otherwise.

23rd Oct 2017, 14:23

Denial of what? That everything you read on the internet is "the truth"?

You just go right on believing that.

23rd Oct 2017, 15:52

Imagine walking up to anybody with a business in America and they tell an existing or potentially new customer that their products are not any good.

24th Oct 2017, 01:53

That is possible. Not common but possible. Imagine a single employee who is pissed off at the quality of the product. Tired of dealing with unhappy customers because the product is poor.

24th Oct 2017, 12:12

Then it would stand to reason they would go to work for another new car dealership that sells Ford etc instead of Chevrolet. Otherwise it’s not ethical taking a paycheck on a high ticket item, second only to a home.

13th Sep 2020, 20:14

Chevrolet: "Having bimonthly repair bills that exceed your mortgage"

That's pretty priceless.