Engine started burning oil at 30,000 k's
Brakes went at 32,000 k's
Rear brake caliper fell off at 50,000 k's
Allison transmission was noisy and didn't like to shift when taking off. Also leaked oil when it was cold.
Truck box cracked on both sides behind the wheels.
Constant rattles and dust in the cab.
C.D. player quite at 40,000 k's.
Rims grooved so bad from rocks that they could no longer be balanced.
This truck was a lemon! It was was the first new Chevy that I have bought, and I was not impressed with it. I especially was not impressed with GM Canada's service. They refused to replace the motor that was burning oil, but did offer to fix the old one. After 4 trips back to the dealership, with each time having them fix something minor, the motor was still burning oil, and GM would not replace it. GM would also not warranty my brakes because I drive in gravel and did not have the dealership install the rubber mud flaps in the rear wheel wells. I did however have the caliper guards in place, a $600 upgrade that I have been told is only needed in Canada, which only works if you install the $600 mud flaps. Good thing I bought a 4x4 truck that I can't even drive off of the pavement, without spending another $1200 to do so. To me the truck was a lemon, and being unbiased I I'm currently trying one more GM truck. Not as many problems with the new truck, but still the same problems with GM Canada. I know that trucks are machines, that are built by machines, and I can live with a few mechanical problems, but when a company won't stand behind its products, why should I buy from them?