I've had an Epica LT since March 2005. Great car, however I did have a problem with the software when in forward gear I was unable to stop on two occasions at intersections. My dealer was able to resolve the problem. This was a serious safety condition, and I never received a notification from GM. Apparrently, GM Canada dealers received a blue sheet notification about this at the end of October 2005, and never bothered to tell anybody about it.
I have had my Epica LT now for close to a month and I am over all fairly impressed with it. handles well. quiet on the road. and surprisingly the worse it was got for mileage is 29 mpg running around to work and back. The only problems I have had with it is with the cruise control surging, and transmission jerking when shifting from reverse to drive. I would still think it's a good car over all.
Dear Readers. Actually I'm supposed to buy this car, but by reading these comments, I diverted my mind to any Nissan car. Japanese cars have always less fuel consumption and less maintenance. Thank you. email@example.com
You buy that Nissan, you're going to regret it big time, check the reviews on here and you'll see why... Chevy makes good cars, this car however isn't really a Chevy, it's just disguised as one. If you must go foreign, get a Toyota or Honda...
We inherited an Epica from my mother when my Grand Prix died, and I hate it. It's awful: too small for me (I'm only 6'2"), you can't lock the doors without using the key button, and it makes a stupid sound, NO MATTER WHAT. The gas door is on the right side, unlike most cars. One of the cup holders is too small for anything but a small water bottle.
It's just not that great of a car, I wish we didn't have to own it.