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Complaint Review: General Motors
General Motors GM Needs to Recall 2007 Suburban Engine - RIPOFF! Nationwide
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General Motors knows they created a faulty engine in the 2007 Suburban and other more upscale GM SUVs. I don't know if they went with a cheaper product because they were on the brink of financial crisis, but the engine problems with the 2007 Chevy Suburban are causing such problems. Our 2007 Suburban has 80,000 miles on it, and now it needs a new engine to the tune of a few thousand dollars. GM knew they made a cheap product when they produced and distributed it, and placed it in an expensive vehicle to help their profit margin.
Now, we are faced with the costs of repairing an engine or buying a new vehicle, because GM fails to honor the 10 year/100,000 warranty which was originally advertised in 2007. I will never buy another GM vehicle. This is a common, expensive problem, which should be repaired at their expense. I refuse to stop speaking out about this issue, until this engine is recalled and GM is forced to make this right. Maybe somehow they thought the business would fail and they wouldn't be around when the engines started to fail. SHAME ON YOU GM!!
This report was posted on Ripoff Report on 05/07/2014 09:31 PM and is a permanent record located here: http://www.ripoffreport.com/r/General-Motors/nationwide/General-Motors-GM-Needs-to-Recall-2007-Suburban-Engine-RIPOFF-Nationwidenbsp-1144934. The posting time indicated is Arizona local time. Arizona does not observe daylight savings so the post time may be Mountain or Pacific depending on the time of year.
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