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My lease is up in November. I don't feel comfortable getting back into this vehicle...especially with three small children. I asked GMAC to early terminate my lease and I would pay any extra mileage/wear or tear. (there is neither - I've kept the truck immaculate) They said until Chevy responds to their complaint and mine - I am responsible for all payments. Chevy has not returned my calls yesterday or today. (District manager) Dealer was very evasive about the issue "we're still scratching our heads"
I want out of the truck so that I can get another vehicle. Been without transportation for two weeks because we can't fit all three car seats in the back seat of my husbands sedan. Chevy is not responsive and I need a solution.
yes. The "drivetrain" is still under warranty. When the car was taken there I called service to tell them it was a lease and that the 36k b-b warranty had expired so before doing any work that wouldn't be covered to call me. (My brothers own a station so if something costly had to be done I would have it towed there)
Service manager said it's an engine/drivetrain issue and the truck is still covered. He assured me GM would cover it and even last I spoke to him on Monday he assured me but could not yet tell me what exactly is wrong because they haven't found the issue yet.
Chevy finally promised a loaner free of charge but it's been three days since that promise because "we only pay enterprise for GM vehicles and they are all out". GMAC says to push Chevy and be adomant....but I'm getting no-where and horribly inconvenienced.
Then you may want to consider hiring a local consumer protection law attorney and review your options to possibly filing a breach of contract / warranty lawsuit. At a minimum, maybe this attorney can get people marching for you with the making of a phone call or faxing of a strong letter.
For this type of work, even though it doesn't involve a "new" vehicle, you may find that an attorney who specializes in "lemon law" will be the most knowledgeable and helpful for you. Be sure to bring a copy of all of your paperwork with you to the meeting.
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