I would take it back to the dealer and have them check it out or fix it.mrmugs said:PERHAPS GM SHOULD LEARN HOW TO MAKE PANEL JOINTS TIGHT WITHOUT HAVING THE DOOR EDGE RUB ON ADJACENT BODY PANELS WHEN IT OPENS. EITHER THAT OR GO BACK TO THE WIDER JOINTS.
VERY DISAPPOINTED. LOOKS LIKE A TRIP TO THE BODY SHOP BEFORE THE RUST STARTS.
Excellent idea. When mine comes in I don't want the excitement of going to pick it up keep me from looking it over for things like this. If I had a list of things to check when I pick it up that would really help.mitchl said:We should probably start a list of items to check for which people have encountered so that new buyers can take a checklist with them. This one is going on mine-- check all doors and hinges!!!
Lemon Law would not apply here...If it goes back for the same thing 3 times or more within the warrenty period then it qualifies for the lemon law.readyforacadia said:If I had a severe door fit issue, I'd really push my local "lemon law" and force a complete fix or replacement.
I have been a member to another site for a different automobile (glad we didn't purchase that one) and they had a pdf document that they posted to their users called a New Car Checklist. It was specifically for that vehicle and to be used while you are checking your new vehicle out at the dealer before taking posession. Does anyone know if GMC has one for their trucks that could be used/posted for Acadia buyers?mitchl said:We should probably start a list of items to check for which people have encountered so that new buyers can take a checklist with them. This one is going on mine-- check all doors and hinges!!!