I have a 2006 trailblazer ext and the finish is peeling off the rims.The dealership replaced them once and a year later it is happening again.
I have been told by the dealership and gm customer service it is not a warranty problem, I was told it is an enviromental issue and not covered by the extended warranty I purchased. And the first set they replaced should have never been replaced for free. I purchased the vehicle new in NY and I still live in NY.
Why are they selling vehicles in states they know will ruin the finish on the vehicle in about a years time?The SUV only has 27,000 miles on it!
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