We picked up our new Acadia last week and upon taking delivery we noticed right away that the alignment was really off. The vehicle was a dealer trade so we never actually test drove the car until we drove it home. So it's been at the dealer for the past 2 1/2 days while they try and fix it, yes 2 1/2 days to fix the alignment! Originally we were told that everything checked out and was "within specs". We told them that we weren't coming down until it was fixed b/c something was obviously wrong. They had someone test drive it again, and they thought the vehicle was fine. So I go down there and take them for a test drive and repeatedly showed them how once you take your hands off the steering wheel the car changes lanes for you. So some other manager drove the car and agreed with us. They then took the car to an off-sight alignment shop. The same manager drove the car again and said it was still off. Now they're contacting GM in regards to the issue. Should I be concerned? If they can't fix it completely what would you do? Should I demand a new vehicle? Should I ask for my Denali back? Is this a common problem with the Acadia? Thanks in advance for any help!