It was a disappointment and a white elephant
In two 1/2 years of ownership and putting only 36000 miles on it, I had to replace the following:
Two complete sets (4 wheels) of brake pads
Two complete sets (4 wheels) of rotors
2 complete sets (4 wheels) of brake calipers
3 sets of hatchback door hydraulic lifters
2 main computers (the brains of the beast) and innumerable other electronic sensors that filed and left me sitting along the road.
I put 2 sets of tires on it because it would not stay in alignment.
When I traded it in for a Mazda (no more GM), it was ready for a 3rd set of brake pads, rotors and calipers and the tires were a mess. I got it aligned every 6 months and tried several different shops.
The main computer blew and left me sit along the side of the road twice. I was a stay at home mom and this was supposed to be the car we kept for LONG trips because it was so comfortable and rode nicely -- but we could never trust it -- it died too often. It turned me against GM.
It was fun to drive and the upholstery was fabulous. Mechanically it was a disaster. I did not drive this car everyday -- it was the grocery getter and the Sunday church car. We took it on long trips and always spent part of the trip in a garage after being towed when some electronic sensor or another died. It was the low point of GM technology.
Would you buy another car from this manufacturer? No
Review Date: 16th February, 2009