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The more I read on this form the more I wonder if I should have ordered one so fast.
 

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Why do you say that?
 

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The more I read on this form the more I wonder if I should have ordered one so fast.
Remember that what you read on most any internet source are those that are having issues. When is the last time there has been a post stating how wonderful and trouble-free their "whatever" has been? I for one am very pleased with my Trailblazer. It looks and drives sporty. I have no regrets from trading in my completely trouble-free 2012 Equinox. You'll like yours too.
 

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No regrets here either. Look at it this way also, if you hang out at say a FORD repair shop all day for a few days you would think that all the cars are pc's of crap because that is all you see all day.
 
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Transmission is something I think some just are not used to. This is a 3 popper motor, it will run a little diff then what one is prob used to.
The back up camera is nothing. At the end of the day it is just how some are positioned over others. I am really the only one here that brought it up because I though mine was positioned one way and changed.
Recalls on the brakes are also on the new vettes, some new caddies also. Just part of the game with new tech.
 
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I have had zero problems with mine so far (about 5,800 miles in). Very happy with it, even more so than I had expected.
 

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Why do you say that?
I try to never buy the first model year of any new car. New models always seem to have minor "teething issues" just like an aircraft. Hopeful that GM worked out some of the tech issues in time for the 2022 model year . . .
 

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I try to never buy the first model year of any new car. New models always seem to have minor "teething issues" just like an aircraft. Hopeful that GM worked out some of the tech issues in time for the 2022 model year . . .
I normally follow that line of thinking but the drive train and engine already have a good history. If you look at the changes in the 2022 model there is nothing really earth shattering. Models get updates/tweaked every year so its not out of the norm regardless.
 

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I normally follow that line of thinking but the drive train and engine already have a good history. If you look at the changes in the 2022 model there is nothing really earth shattering. Models get updates/tweaked every year so its not out of the norm regardless.
True, however I am now having trouble deciding between the 2021 GMC Terrain, 2022 Trailblazer or 2022 Equinox . . . . any input would be greatly appreciated
 

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This is my third first year model (2010 camaro / 2016 camaro previous ones) and zero issues. Quality control has come a long ways. Only big issue I had was my 2014 cruze (believe that was four years into production) that was out for 6 months for the front shaft recall. Not saying they are perfect but they have improved.
 
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