Hey wifes cadillac srx truck is up. Thinking about the g8 would look
nice next to the 00 vette. Would be nice to have a car that fast with
a back seat and every day driving. Anyone have real experience with
How did you find the long-term reliability of the SRX. My 2007 fully
loaded version absolutely sucks. I tried to get GM to voluntarily buy
it back, but they had a whole sack full of excuses as to why they
I've actually been considering letting GMAC reposes it as I still have
three years of $750 a month payments to go. Car rides absolutely
wonderful, but just constantly breaks or has one issue after another.
Maybe just to many options.
"Everything in excess! To enjoy the flavor of life, take big bites.
Moderation is for monks."
Well honestly she LOVES the car. But reliability / quality I am sorry
to say.. not the greatest.
Not terrible either. passenger door tightened twice. engine is doing
some kind of grumbling, somethimes the steering wheel locks and other
small issues. Nothing like a big engine problem or no AC or
differentials, beraings etc. all that is ok. Btw, she has a loaded 6
cyl 30 month lease and the payment is 517.00. I pud down like $1000
gm points and they gave us another $1500 rebate for having another GM
Too bad your CAD is such a POS. GM mangement really should be fired for
foisting this total crap on us. My Vette club is full of 2008's and 2009's.
I still have only my '64. Last real Corvette was sold in '71.
Later model Corvettes seem to have the rental car interior. Even with the
ZR-1, it seems like GM has been holding things back.
Good luck with your CAD. When are loyal GM buyers gonna realize that GM
management is totally screwing you with its cars. GM Mangement has to be
laughing their heads off.
OK ride but Wagoner's announcement earlier this
week put a ugly blot on the marque.
As with Oldsmobile, many unsold Pontiacs could
go to GSA or other fleet/rental operations.
GSA would be a logical target since that could
augment the 'bailout' and perhaps kill two birds
with one stone.
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