Well, My compressor just went out yesterday. At 50,000 miles. Actually, I had it in the shop a week ago because the AC didn't work. They said they fixed it for a price of 300 dollars. Then I go back and the compressor is dead to the tune of 1000 dollars. This year alone I've had a leak in the car, which took the dealership 4 tries to fix. It rains, I clean up 2 inches of water in the car, tell them where it leaks in, they say they fix. It rains, repeat for 4 times. I can't tell you what a pain in the ass it is to have to rent a car 4 times in a month. Then a month ago the headlight switch breaks. Hmm. Not any wiring problem, not a headlight problem. The little knob I turn to turn on the headlights broke. How does this happen? 300 dollars. This is an absolute insult, this kinda of problem shouldn't even happen 150,000 miles into the car. 300 bucks for a piece of cheap plastic garbage?! (don't get me started on how much this company uses cheap plastic for interiors). And it wasn't that I turned it on so hard that the plastic snapped off. Something in the inside of the knob wasn't working. This was all this year. I'm sick of GM vehicles. They produce absolute garbage with their cheap assembly for mass production. I'll never buy their crap again. Toyota, Honda, Nissan, Lexus, and others can have business. I've seen my parents own 4 Toyotas and they all had less problems combined then my GM vehicle. I'm also getting rid of my GM card. That 2 grand that I save on a car gets put right back into it 3 years later. This rant is over. I feel better.