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[–] dirt-reynolds 0 points 2 points (+2|-0) ago 

Maybe if you buy GM trash. I've had 2 cars in the last 20 years. A Subaru Legacy and an Audi A4. Well over 400k miles and still going up. My wife on the other hand had a $60k GMC Yukon that barely made it 100k and was only 6 years old before it literally went to the scrap yard. That giant piece of shit was in the shop twice a year, every year usually to the tune of $600 - $800 a pop. That's not even counting brakes which that thing chewed up once a year or so.

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[–] 0110001111 0 points 0 points (+0|-0) ago 

My car is very much like your wife's. It's made it 30K miles, 2 service recalls due to engine malfunctions, 1 scandal with the odometer readings, very poorly sourced components, cheap plastic used in place of superior parts, the clutch doesnt grip as it should, the gear ratios are terrible between 2 and 3(It will accelerate from 1 to 2, but then lag from 2 to 3). Sometimes I wonder why i bought the car I have. It's german so you would think they give a shit, but apparently not

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[–] dirt-reynolds 0 points 0 points (+0|-0) ago  (edited ago)

It turned me off GM products forever. I will never buy a GM product again. At this point, the only American auto product I'd buy is a Ford or Dodge Truck and that's only if it was actually built here. I don't want an "American" quality product built by Mexicans, Chinese or any other third world country. If it's not built in Germany or Japan I don't want it for myself. If it's not built in Germany, Japan or the US, I don't want my family in it.