2007 Chevrolet Epica LS 2.0L from Qatar
It's light and fast
No problems as such, except for the acceleration. Regarding fuel consumption, I get around 10km/litre (winter) and around 8km/litre (summer).
I'm quite surprised with the other reviews. I'm in Qatar and have faced no such problems so far, apart from the acceleration from first to second. Its powerful and fast. I reached 210kph with very little vibration (due to the rough roads). It's a relatively light car...
But overall very good.
Would you buy another car from this manufacturer? No
Review Date: 2nd June, 2008
4th Jun 2010, 14:16
So if it is soooo good, why would you not buy another??
19th Apr 2011, 22:46
I posted my review under Holden Epica. I agree with this guy.
26th May 2014, 20:34
Wow, wow, can all of us be wrong about this car? I have the same problems. My RPM fluctuates so much. When I put the cruise control on, it seem to be a little better. When I am on the roads with a lot of curves, I have to take the cruise control off. When I am in town, I also have to take it off. My heart is always in my hand when I am driving this car. I will never buy another one of this product. I feel so bad to get rid of it, because I know that it's junk. I am basically going to give it away and let the new owner know the problems. The engine light is always on. I get it cleared.
25th Jul 2016, 14:21
Dear all, did anyone of you have a problem with the transmission?
The RPM increased suddenly with no acceleration and then made some noise?
21st Oct 2016, 15:24
That's strange. I'm in Singapore. Been driving my 2.0 LT since new (2009). Not a spot of trouble. Clocked 182000km. Just wear and tear costs: wheel bearings, shocks, mounts, trailing arms, ignition pack.
Great car. Comfortable and smooth cruiser. I like the inline 6 set up. The car isn't very powerful, but it's trouble free and spacious.
Yes, would get another if it were an inline 6. But they don't make them any more.
21st Mar 2018, 09:49
You must be joking? Cruise control around town? Not sure what town you live in, but in any city, using cruise control is out of the question. Stop and go and low speeds, why would you mess around with cruise control? Cruise control is for highways.