Originally Posted by BrightonBonneGXP
Thanks for the reply. Actually, my dealer has two 2005 Bonneville GXP'* left. I am hoping/trying to cut a deal with GM to swap my car out for one of the two.
You are right, it is going to be long road with GM, but I still think it is worth pursuing. If I cannot swap the car out, I would be happy if GM offered me an extended warranty at no charge and allowed me to keep the car. This may be a better option for everyone.
Well if you could get a brand new one that would be great but I think they might have just as many problems. I tried to get a GM buyback on a 95 Oldsmobile Aurora 10 years ago and with all the hoops they made me jump thru I just gave up and plus I was much younger. The car had been into the dealer for over 35 times and had major failures like 2 trannys 1 steering rack new injectors new cat convertor etc within 1 year of owning the car.
I wish you good luck and hope they do work with you.