General Motors - Knew about defects in product and sold them without divulging this info.

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Saturn and GMC vehicles with transmission and other problems needs to be reported in order to have recalls issued:

While speaking with the Attorney Generals Office, I was told that perhaps the transmission issues faced or facing many Outlook, Acadia, Enclave, and Traverse owners (of all years) may be of interest to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration.

It would also help to register complaints with the: BBB (Better Business Bureau), and Attorney Generals Office in your state.

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385 of 666 General Motors reviews

Jul 23, 2013 #686335

OMG! You would think they would have finally learned that Americans hate getting scammed. Vehicles that are not built to last only have a few years to correct, you can't keep burning your neighbors. I own a 1967 Camaro, and features like wipers, heater blower motor, lights, horn still work. I am a Chevy guy, just that the company has molded into a 'Leeching Giant' that believes in a scheduled end of life for their vehicles. I ALMOST suggested that we buy one of these low mileage Camaros, there's one from the dealer in my driveway now.

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