If you are looking for a reliable car for a minimal price but still has a lil luxury taste this is the car. I was looking for a reasonable priced car but still had a lil perks to fit my taste. I researched this car before purchasing it and it is in the top of its class! I must admit I viewed other cars but nothing else was compatible with the price and safety of this vehicle. I haven't had my vehicle to long but I must say as of now I am satisfied. I was a little disappointed because when I researched my specific car it had features that were not really included in the car and I informed my sales main how that is misleading to a buyer that has done exclusive research to choose the right car! I pray I feel the same later about the car!
We have 2 2016 Chevy SS Sedan both with the manual transmission. We bought one in July 2016 and because the Chevy rebate was still in effect we went and bought a second, lucky enough to nab a manual. This will be the last of it's kind, a sleeper sedan with the power of a V8 promising to make you smile at least once while you drive it.
This car has been the worst vehicle I've ever owned. I've had to have it towed multiple times because of engine issues, fluid leaking etc.. Currently the vehicle is being worked on to repair the same engine issues it had a year and a half ago. There are MULTIPLE known issues with the 2009 Traverse with there being a GM warranty in place to cover those issues even though the car is so old. Luckily I got the extended warranty when I purchased the vehicle and that has covered non known issues but I've still had to pay a $100 deductible each time. Est. the warranty company has paid more than $10k in repairs on this car since 2015. The 09 GMC Acadia is the sister of the Traverse and has the same issues. I would avoid this car like the plague.