Captiva Euro assistance

pedja
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Asked by Jul 28, 2010 at 11:06 AM about the Chevrolet Captiva Sport

Question type: General

I want everyone to know that I had terrible experience with GM Captiva Euro assistance. Not only that GM didn’t provide what it was committed to , but I had to drive 1000 km with the broken Captiva with two small children. As an epilog of this extremely unpleasant experience my lawyers will initiate process against GM and I stopped driving Captiva after less than two years since I bought the new car. This was not the first mayor problem that I had with this car. Immediately after I bought it, it needed to be repaired, and I had to take it to service quite often. Besides that, the arrogance and unprofessionalism of GM office convinced me that I should never think of buying GM car again, and that I should get rid of Captiva immediately.
I would be glad to share my experience with anyone who considers buying GM cars…
If you need more info please contact me

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anang
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I am considering to buy the new captiva but need info before doing so. Pls let me know what really problems you had. Thx. akusuwardono@gmail.com

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