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Old 09-27-2011, 05:05 AM   #1
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Settled with gm concerning cruze

Finally, after weeks of phone calls, trips to the dealer, and much apprehension, we have settled with GM. The flat 4 wheel towing issue that has caused GM and some of it's customers who bought the Cruze a lot of problems. I didn't want a tow dolly, I didn't want a Equinox, I didn't want a Malibu or that new 2012 Sonic. I settled for a Buick Regal. They gave me what I paid on the Cruze, including taxes and applied it to the price of the Regal, I had to come up with additional money because the Regal cost more, but is towable 4 wheels down and you don't have to pull a fuse to do it. Just run it 5 mins. before towing and 5 mins when fueling or stopping for lunch during the trip. I am satisfied with the actions of GM concerning my case, I am pleased with my dealership and all the personel from the GM rep from Detroit, president of the dealership (7), manager and salesman.
Should I buy another car, I would buy GM and deal with the same dealership. I hope the rest of the folks who are involved in this Cruze mess have satisfactory results as I did. Stiff up lip and don't give up!
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Old 09-27-2011, 05:41 AM   #2
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Glad everything worked out for your. Hope everyone else in the same situation can get the same results.
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