Nothing but problems, including a recall that was not disclosed
2014 Chevrolet Equinox LS
We purchased this Equinox as a certified used vehicle in 2015. It is a 2014 car, and had very few miles on it when purchased. Within months, we began having problems. The car would randomly not start, after having just started 20 minutes earlier. This happened repeatedly, and we took it back to the dealership to check it out. They said that they could not find anything wrong. The starting issue continued, and eventually we began having other problems. The car would jerk and the speedometer and tachometer arms would fly up and down and back again. Then, the car shut off while I was driving. We took it to AutoZone to get diagnosis and ended up replacing a part, which helped with the stalling. However, the meter issues and jerking continued. After doing research, we found a 'voluntary recall' from Chevy In regards to wiring that was being frayed. We were able to get this fixed, and have been cautious to say that it's fixed, but it seems to be. It's infuriating that Chevy was not required to report this problem, and that the dealership did not even mention it. We had to figure it out on our own.