Probably just the opposite.Wow...that's almost 50%, that's telling me there is a serious bug in their 2016 tranys.
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Gearing is the same, but the transmission itself is a new number entirely for the Cruze (6T35 vs 6T30 (1.8) or 6T40 (1.4)).Yes, same transmission.
Still an Aisin-Warner transmission, correct? I don't anticipate any issue with it.Gearing is the same, but the transmission itself is a new number entirely for the Cruze (6T35 vs 6T30 (1.8) or 6T40 (1.4)).
The old design has been updated to lose a bunch of weight, support start/stop, and shift more smoothly.
I feel like the ratios are much better suited to this version of the 1.4 as well. What the old engine might have needed 2 downshifts for, this one does with a single downshift and burst of torque.
Its a Chevrolet thing. GMC, Cadillac, and Buick enjoy a longer 'New Car Limited' & Powertrain Warranty than Chevy. Second class treatment from the new GMumpkin:They did it across all their product lines, if I'm not mistaking. Definitely did the same thing on the Corvette.
Mine went just shy of 50K and then some other items in the 60K range. I'd have to see what happens with the 16-17 years to fully make a decision to stay with GM. 100k is still around for fleet purchase and the other brands like GMC.My tranny went at 80,000 and was covered.
Not sure what the out of pocket cost would have if I had to pay, but if I did...last Cruze I would have bought.
Now, when I'm ready for a new car, the new powertrain will come into play for my decision.