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Bought the car a year ago with small paint chips. A year later, they have grown to all over the car and getting progressively worse. It seems a bit ridiculous seeing as the car is only a 2008. I don't believe I should have to pay to paint a car that is only 9 years old.
- Erika S.,
Morgantown, PA, US
I purchased the car in 2013 and the paint started peeling in 2014. The car was only 5 years old when I purchased it. It is now 2016. By the time I finish paying for the car the paint will probably spread more, bring down the trade in value. This is clearly a manufacturing problem that Chevy needs to acknowledge and fix. I will never purchase another Chevy and everyone who sees this car rolling through their streets will know to avoid purchasing any Chevy. Until they do the right thing they will lose customers. If you have little or no customers you have no business to worry about any more. Consumers are getting smarter and tired of being taken for granted.
- Anita M.,
Richmond, VA, USA
Although this car may be old, it is my car and it is paid for. I would expect the original paint job to be the only paint job needed unless there was an accident and a repair job was needed. This is a cute little car until now. It started with a tiny bubble on the hood and then it spread like wild fire. Now, there is a huge junk of paint off the hood and it looks horrible. I have seen other Aveo's in my town that seem to have the same issue.
Danville, VA, US