Discussion in 'OT Driven' started by Mercennarius, Jul 14, 2009.
could I see a video of that?
maybe they collaborated with nissan?
That's pretty shitty.
except unlike Nissan the repair will be covered by warranty, cost 1/10th the price, and GM will actually fix the problem.
government backed warranty
launch car, void warranty
that's GM's game plan. fail and bail
HOLY MOTHERFUCKING REPOST JESUS CHRIST
and the transmissions are failing because of a bad batch of metal tremec got, not because of a weak ass glass transmission
Meh that's why I'd NEVER buy a first year production car
Big deal, takes a few years for any automaker to get the kinks worked out of a new car
not likely, said GM is actually addressing the issue.
I was wondering if it had a T56 in it. No way a T56 is breaking at those power levels unless something is up.
so in the end you still payed for it.
Can we merge these two?
Nissan fixed the problem after BOTH cars suffered broken transmissions
how? by voiding the warranty?
they've done it before. 10 bolts on the 4th gen, 1st gen CTS-V differentials, and the occasional synchro on the Corvette. All covered under warranty for the most part.
BOTH cars that suffered transmission problems did not have the TRANSMISSION FAILURE covered but they still have the full factory warranty. Launch control never voided the warranty on any GTR. If you would search for the facts instead of join the mayhem, maybe you'd realize this.