A total of 605 complaints have been filed with NHTSA for vehicles that are model year 2015 or newer. 9.9%, or 60 of those complaints have caused some degree of injury. 9.6%, or 58 were crash related, and 1.3%, or 8 complaints describe fire-related incidents.
I am getting continuous emails saying that there has been an issue detected with my airbags. The airbag light will sporadically come on, and when someone is in the passenger seat the airbags do not always turn on.
Was going down my driveway (which is on a steep hill) and brakes totally gave out. Luckily no one was on the road and i was able to get the vehicles to a mechanic. Mechanic found a small pin hole in right front brake hose which he found unusual. All brake fluid leaded out. Near the hole was a spring that wraps around the rubber brake line. It was pretty obvious the placement of the spring caused the damage. The brake line developed a hole in it where the end of spring touches rubber brake line. The nigh before i was on the interstate. This could have been devastating.
I PURCHASED MY 2016 Buick Cascada IN 2017, IN THE SUMMER OF 2018 I NOTICED THE PAINT CHIPPING OFF ALL 4 OF MY RIMS. THEN IN DECEMBER OF 2020 I NOTICED THE BACK WINDOW STARTED TO BECOME UNATTACHED FROM THE CONVERTIBLE TOP. THE VEHICLE IS NOW OUT OF WARRANTY AND THE DEALERSHIP TELLS ME I NEED TO REPLACE THE ENTIRE TOP, WHICH IS ABSOLUTELY RIDICULOUS. I PAID $38,000 FOR A VEHICLE THAT IS FALLING APART. I DON?T UNDERSTAND WHY GENERAL MOTORS IT?S NOT HELD RESPONSIBLE FOR THIS?
We had truck since new. We have consistent suspension problems including struts and bushings. The parts were designed for car and not heavy suv. This could result in accident if not repaired as involves steering and direction. We have also had the brake booster replaced 5 times to date. It starts squeaking. Gm has said it will not effect the brake but they cannot lubricate or repair unless replaced. This also effects other gm trucks on same lambda platform including acadia and traverse.
Rear passenger tire went out of balance to such a degree that the entire car was rattling, mirrors shaking, at highway speeds. Vibration visible to observers outside and following the vehicle. After multiple attempts to balance the mechanic removed the tire from the wheel and found that the "quite running foam" had separated from the inside of the tire. Removing foam solved the issue. About a month later front passenger tire went out of balance, again, noticeable at highway speeds. Not willing to risk being stranded away from home, i have now personally paid, with some relief from gm, to have all four tires replaced with non-quiet running tires. I did a quick search, and if you look at the first comment in this "how to repair" article you will see others have had this problem too. Https://gm-techlink. Com/? P=8677