Originally Posted by 1992 trofeo
sure... Go buy a new gm vehicle a pull 110mph+ in a 55..
So they'll build and sell to you a vehicle that'* easily capable of 110 mph, then yank your warranty if you go that fast?
Is the warranty revocation point 110 mph? Not, say, a nice round number like 100 mph?
What if you're in Montana at the time, which doesn't _have_ a 55 mph speed limit on daylight interstates?
What if it'* somebody else driving?
What if it'* a dealership mechanic on a rather enthusiastic road test?
What if On-Star isn't actually On at the time?
...and so on. Basically, I think you're hearing a bit of an urban legend there, unless you can point us to some GM documentation on this subject. A written warranty cuts both ways: if the company is going to refuse to honor it under certain conditions, it needs to spell out what those conditions are, and simply driving fast, in its purest sense, is not in itself grounds for terminating a warranty.