Many years ago, one of the car magazines did a long term test of the Camaro. The car didn't survive the test. The QC was so bad that the paint had dirt in it. After about nine months, they gave up and returned the car.Got a new Chevy once, and one of the big bolts in the front suspension didn't have a nut on it. The reason being, the bolt wasn't threaded! Just used the bolt anyway. I wondered what that clunking was.
Ha ha, I remember that issue! I think it was Car & Driver around the late '70s.Many years ago, one of the car magazines did a long term test of the Camaro. The car didn't survive the test. The QC was so bad that the paint had dirt in it. After about nine months, they gave up and returned the car.
Issues people bitch about with Fiestas: Automatic Transmission - Great news! Your ST cannot be equipped with one so this is a non-issue.I am seriously considering buying a 2014 fiesta st. My only concern is the long term reliability. I have heard mixed reviews on these cars. Some say they are great others hate them. I just want to know what everyone thinks. I am from the US so I don't know if the build quality in the US is different. Has anyone had any serious problems with it? How many miles does everyone have? Anything I should look out for? I want to make sure that the first new car I buy is going to be a good long lasting fun car.
Juan must have been in a rush to get out of there that night...10K miles My car has been in the shop a great number of times. Gear box had to come out due to leaking slave, Clutch master, and clutch pedal had to be replaced. ABS light and Traction control Light are now on.
I have never had a car with so many issues. The dealer joked it must have been made on a monday or friday. I did not think it was funny