Would you happen to know the service bulletin number on that? Mine's at the dealer right now and I've mentioned it to them, but if I can point them right at the service bulletin, that would help.Issues: Only one of consequence. I had a really noticeable buzzing sound in the 2000-2500 RPM range from the top center of the dashboard near the center speaker grill. I mentioned it to one of my dealerships where I work (as a product trainer for Cadillac), and they found that there is a bulletin for just such a buzzing issue. The cure apparently is to install new bolts for the speaker; six of them. They ordered the bolts and installed them, and the buzzing is MOSTLY gone, but on some surfaces it still happens. I may have another dealership check it out if it becomes any worse.
Couldn't agree more. Congrats on the new diesel and welcome.I just got my 2017 diesel Cruze manual this weekend - so far so good. I drive 75 miles one-way to work and got 50.3 this morning. I'm expecting that to get better over time. Car drives well, manual shift is smooth, car runs quiet. I'm a previous VW Golf/Jetta diesel owner - loved those cars - so disappointing that VW screwed us and themselves with their diesel car scandal. I think the Cruze is a good alternative. I haven't seen any Cruze diesel commercials yet. The radio/speakers are adequate in the Cruze - I'm hoping there is a way to upgrade the speakers/add a sub eventually. For a daily commuter car I think the Cruze will be great (much better than a Prius!)
No worries. My dealer folks might find it on their own. They've had plenty of time. Today marks two full weeks mine's been in the shop.Sorry I did not reply sooner! I just saw this, and I do not have the receipt with me right now (traveling for work). I'll try to check it when I get back. It improved things, but not completely. It looks like I'm going to have to have the dash top removed from the car to really fix it. My selling dealership will probably do this the next time I visit them for my day job (about five weeks).
Yes, I got it back that day. Still has some interior buzzy noises and the clicky noise I hear on the driver side when I drive with the windows open. But aside from those little annoyances, it's back to eating miles and sipping fuel just like it should.Update on this? I hope you have it back by now!
The clicking sounds you hear is the def injector firing.Yes, I got it back that day. Still has some interior buzzy noises and the clicky noise I hear on the driver side when I drive with the windows open. But aside from those little annoyances, it's back to eating miles and sipping fuel just like it should.
I didn't have to fill my DEF tank until 6,000 something. So those estimates seem to grossly underestimate. I also don't know that my DEF tank was filled completely on purchase.Moving the DEF tank and providing a spare tire was a much needed improvement and one of the reasons why I upgraded but the gen 1 got 10-12,000 miles on a fill and the gen 2 is only projected to get 3500-5000 miles on a fill.
And, since there is now no need to use a key to start the car why didn't they provide a system to automatically lock the car when walking away I still have to dig out the key for that.