I bought a 2012 Chevy Sonic new 3 years go from Randy. I had a defective windshield only months after purchasing the vehicle, and engine parts recalled. About 3 weeks ago my engine light was coming on and off. I notified corporate chevy about this, and scheduled an appointment for a free check at country chevy. My car only has 39,000 miles on it, so I was very confused as to why this light would be coming on. I then proceeded to drop my car off, and was put into a loaner. A few days later, I received a phone call that my car had a defective crank shaft was being replaced by my powertrain warrantee. Also, I had heater hoses that where leaking fluid that would NOT be covered under warranty as my bumper to bumper coverage expired March of this year. After argueing on the phone with corporate chevy they where only willing to negotiate half the cost of the heater hose replacement. Corporate chevy also claims that country chevy told them it was my exhaust that needed replacing and not my crank shaft. I believe country chevy lied to the corporate office to cover their butts. When i went to pick up my car they would only give me a receipt for my heater hoses being replaced since "that was all i had to pay for." my opinion, this vehicle should never have been placed on the sale lot giving the defective crank shaft which is a major engine component. This not only jeopardized my safety, but everyone else on the road. I also believe that hoses should not be leaking in a relatively new car with the low mileage it has. Country Chevy is a very deceitful, shady place. Will never buy or take my vehicle for service there again.