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I have $3K in GM card cash and $2,500 in Goodwill cash. I'm thinking I can get an LS pretty **** reasonably--and a '16 for about $1,500 less than a '17.

I looked at issues in Gen 2 and I saw a couple 'no start' issues. Is this fairly commonplace on the Gen 2's do you think? Any reason to pick a '17 over a leftover new '16? Actually, I see the U.S./Canadian parts content percentage went down from '16 to '17 per the window sticker, which would lean me towards a '16, but my dealer has only one '16 left in a color I'm not nutso about.

How do people like the start/stop feature?

Thanks for any input you can give me. The car would replace my excellent '08 Cobalt.
 

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I've read that the location of final assembly, transmission assembly, and engine assembly don't figure in at all in the parts content percentages, and I guess that's only logical.


I was going out to look at some today, but it's too **** cold--single digits!


I'm OK with an LS, just because with four cars in our fleet and all getting older, I'd like to keep price down.


The two nearest dealers have several LS's with window stickers of $20,400--per their websites--but then also, several at $20,540. Either the latters have one extra option or I bet, are built after a price increase. Latest production is probably a benefit IMHO.
 
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