I just got brand new 2019 Chevy equinox last week now engine light is on and engine power reduced

Asked by Jun 10, 2019 at 09:49 PM about the 2019 Chevrolet Equinox LT Fleet AWD

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

I am not very happy just for 20q9 Chevy equinox brand new
last week forat unheard a tapping of front end brought it to
dealer it's a defective bushing .now today inwas driving
heard a loud noice like seemed from the back of vehicle
when intestarted the car it seemed like it wanted to stall
and check engine light is on when I drove it a message
appeared engine power reduced and it struggled to reach
40 mph I was Sold a dud I paid cash infeel as though they
can keep it in want one without defects !! Thus is unreal  
what will be done and is this a huge problem I donr want a  
car with major issues

3 Answers

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Buy a better grade car like a Toyota, Honda or maybe a Ford.

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Yes indeed! Welcome to the world of GM! Start researching your State's Lemon Law policies and, when you qualify, make the Dealer buy it back!! Document everything and don't let anyone but the Dealer service or repair it! If it quits all together call the Dealer or, if after hours, GM Roadside Assistance. If the Dealer has to keep it overnight, fine, you want a FREE loaner!! Make them have the headaches, not you! Hope that helps and good luck to you!! Jim

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Tranny went 2X on my FORD EXPEDITION, Power steering went 3X on my Ford Fusion. Airbag recall - can't get through to the service dealer to get it taken care of. Don't go Ford. I agree with insisting for a loaner vehicle.

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