A few years ago, I bought a new Chevy Tracker from Classic Chevrolet in Grapevine. A Tracker is a very small SUV-looking vehicle. The paint on the top of the car wore off in large spots as big as a fifty-cent piece, after only a Few Short Months! The management of the dealership offered only to repaint the top of the car, not the full body. I argued that if I had wanted a botched-up repainted automobile, I would have purchased a used car. They just sort of shrugged and looked at me as if they wished I would disappear. The car was less than three months old when the paint started peeling. The manager was terribly rude, and the salesman could not be bothered. Their attitude was that I should be grateful they were willing to give my car a partial paint-job, and they suggested the paint problems were my own fault. A Mazda we had that was 5 years old sat parked in the same conditions as that Tracker and suffered No paint loss. Obviously, Classic Chevrolet management does not care about the perception of their customers.
I traded the car off and will never buy a Chevrolet product again. It is absolutely true that Chevy has the worst paint in the automotive industry, just like I had always heard but evidently did not listen...
Just don't even bother with Classic Chevrolet.