Same exact with my 2015. It starts falling apart left and right at 90k. Not to scare you but the AC condenser has failed (very common) aaaand will cost you around $1200 to replace. Mine failed too. It comes in waves from then on out. Thermostat was stuck closed at 113k recently blew heater core hose off leaking coolant and overheat. Buicks are a mess. We bought it new and I cant list the amount of crap that's failed from water pump, rack and pinion, steering pump- twice, all suspension toast (shocks, inner/outer tie rods, both front wheel bearings, a stuck caliper, ac condenser, 02 sensors the list never ends....something a 2015 shouldn't be failing year after year of ownership. Its paid off and I've sunk so much into it I'm going to drive it into the ground.2011 purchased a year ago with 86k miles. Love the car but have had something that needed fixing. December will be my 2 year mark from my purchase. First issue was heater and fan not working after 4 months from purchase date. Ok look it up on YouTube easy cheap fix. Next my engine light is on with P0420 code. Which happened when the inspection was done. Mechanic cleaned manifold and put some expensive cleaner in my gas tank and I was able to pass inspection with no light. But lite back on and changed sensor and still same code. Now my AC isn’t working ac light blinking 3 times checked all fuses Freon put in and just leaked out. Oh and now the struts, ball joints need to be replaced car has 101k seriously thinking of trading in!!!
Small Batch, 2103??? That thing must be the 2,000th redesign = spaceship. Sorry had to poke fun. :welcome: to the forum glad you like your new brakes. I don't remember the last time i had brakes worked on.Just to update. 2103 AWD Premium currently @145K Just did a third round of brakes. I am really happy that GM was able to fix the issues with mine going into limp mode. That was a battle with my dealership. That should not have happened! This vehicle has been great!