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Vehicle needs to be recalled and the transmission redesigned to not allow for the transmission to disengage from drive to neutral on an incline.
I have to have one foot on the brake and one on the accelerator on an incline to stop the car from rolling backward.
I have had two near misses with car rolling back into the car behind me.
- Rob S.,
House Springs, MO, US
Dealer says all new cars are specifically made that way.
- Linda S.,
Yonkers, NY, US
CAR WILL ROLL BACK ON INCLINE IF YOU LET OFF ANY ON BRAKE. CALLED DEALER WAS TOLD THIS IS A PROBLEM, THEY HAVE NO FIX. HIS SUGGESTION DRIVE WITH BOTH FEET AT ALL STOPS. THIS IS A AUTOMATIC TRANSMISSION?? I AM NOT TALKING ABOUT A STEEP HILL, JUST SLIGHT INCLINE NOT NOTICEABLE TO YOUR EYE. DEALERS WON'T EVEN LOOK AT THIS. THEY SAY IT IS NORMAL FOR THE TRAX AND BUICK ENCORE . HOPE NO ONE GETS CLOSE ON REAR. CHEVROLET KNOWS ABOUT THIS, SO WHY WILL THEY NOT FIX THEM? PLEASE FIX MY NEW CAR CHEVROLET!!!!!
Independence, MO, US