A short background story, I had my 2009 Cobalt bought back under the Lemon Law, then in August of last year, when I took the Cobalt back I let my dealer talk me into buying a 2012 Chevy Cruze ECO. I like the car, but at 5000 miles the coolant reservoir was empty, it went in for its first service, and they couldn't find the leak. At 9000 miles reservoir was empty again, I was far from home so I went to a Chevy dealer who topped off the reservoir and said take it to my selling dealership, well I didn't. At 15000 miles I stopped at my local/selling dealer, reservoir empty, well they finally smelled antifreeze, the Service Manager had a Tech top of the reservoir and add dye, they said they would call me when they had time too look at my Cruze. Well a week and a half later the car overheats pumps antifreeze out and the car is on the hook, they called yesterday to ask me a few more questions and I talked to the Tech who said they were calling the Chevy Tech line because they have never heard of these types of problems with a Cruze. Really? Today the service Manager calls and says they pulled the head off the car, and are sending it out to see if it is cracked, it may just need a head gasket could need a head, it could fix the problem, but their not sure. WTF, I have owned two brand new Chevy's since April of 2009, seven tow jobs between the two, way to many tows. Now I wonder if having antifreeze leaked into the cylinders could have caused any type of wear on the cylinders. I called the Service Manager back and he was gone for the day, but he has always treated me well, and is always easy to deal with, but when I asked the adviser some question he said he was slammed and it's covered under warranty and what is the problem, not what I wanted to hear. How can you consider a new Chevy a good option, when it can't even get through a three year period without a Lot of problems.