I finally had no choice but to trade my car only after it was three years old because I would have to buy my forth set of tires. The wire inside the tires was showing and it was unnoticeable just looking at the car. Then a week ago I brought the car in to get the door lock fixed and the Chevy dealer said they were doing free alignment checks so I had it done. The second time I was told that nothing was found. The tires that are on my car were brand new when I purchased it. This tire wear has caused bow outs and crashes if you look at reports that a google search can find.
Three thousand miles later wife takes car to dealer ship for oil change. My car had 34,861 mile on it when I purchased it, and now it only has 45,690 miles on it. Get started by pre-booking your appointment online and stop by when it is most convenient for you. Browse the full catalog of 2008 Impala tires and shop tires by size, type, brand, and features. Original equipment tires are the tires the vehicles comes with when you buy it new from the manufacturer. In addition, there was tread separation and the tires exhibited bubbles. But that did not help my tires are still wearing uneven.
Fortunately, the national tire store that I use discovered the problem when doing a free pressure check or I could have had a serious problem while on the road. Did required tire rotation as recommended at 6000, 10,000 and then again at 13,500. Went back to auto mechanic who advised me to file complaint. Spring valley Goodyear of columbia, South Carolina was made aware of the issue. The tires wear on the inside and outside edges. The contact stated that the tires were wearing prematurely.
That's what I call poor design I have spent more money on tires and alignments on this car than I spent on my last 5 vehicles and I keep them all for the same amount of miles and trade them in. I have never in my 47 years of driving had tires and mulitple alignments as I've had on this car. If they see fit to fix the Police cars why can't they see fit to fix ordinary peoples' cars. I went to costco yesterday to have my tires rotated, after looking at the rear tires we had to buy new ones because the back tires were worn down to the metal backing, the front tires were still good. Going to dealership on Saturday to get new tires that they are paying for on the back, but I don't know why this is happening. There-in lays the safety issue.
I will now be putting a 3rd set of tires on the car as well as getting the front end aligned once again. I have had my tires re-aligned everytime I have had to put new tires on the back, yet they continue to wear out extremely fast. When I questioned if there was a possibility it was the vehicle and not the tires, I was told by the dealership in 2010, it was faulty 'factory installed' tires. What a waste of good tread!! I put 4 new V rated tires on and had the Chev dealer do a 4 wheel alignment. Very dangerous when the roads are slippery! One tire, but both were worn enongh that the dealer should have forewarn me before I left the dealership.
I do have warranty on the vehicle so I am going to take it back to the dealer in hopes that it will be repaired. The second set of the original tires moved to the rear, wore-out at approx. As for me, I don't think my next car will be a Chevy. I needed to purchase new tires at that time. The tire failure mileage and dot number were unknown.
The dealer said I must have hit something to cause the tire to blow, I did not hit anything. At the time I thought this was very unusual and I mentioned it to a few people. I had no choice but to replace them being that this car is a lease and only have 4 months left with it till the turn in date. When they called me to tell me what was wrong with the door lock, the tech also told me that my alignment was really bad, that it was so bad they would have to take the struts off and drill new holes to align it. I took the vehicle to the dealership who stated they were ok. The vehicle was taken to an independent mechanic where it was diagnosed that new tires were needed. The dot number was unknown.
Please give us a call to confirm availability for any vehicles you might find here. The best way to find the right new tire for you is to chat with one of our experts. The vehicle has 45,000 miles on it and this is the second set of tires in 6,000 miles. The bulletin is for police cars it says. The second set of the original tires moved to the rear, wore-out at approx.
One mechanic told me after I purchase 4 new tires, which only have 34,000 miles on a 50,000 mile rating, he would try an alignment to see if it need four new struts as he was assuming was the main problem behind the tire wear. I would like to see that service bulletin extended all the other 2007 and 2008 Chevrolet Impala's. This first failure was at approx. You just need tires and alignment. Was told by the dealership that the tires to begin with are junk! After I got home I checked on the internet as to what could cause this problem and found out that there was a problem with the 2007 and 2008 Chevrolet Impala's. Then month later news comes out about the recall for Cobalts.