Although the 2018 Acadia put out by General Motors offers plenty of room and comfort to drivers and passengers, drivers are complaining about significant power problems in the engine and transmission. Simply stated, the base power plant is just a 2.5 liter four-cylinder that is not powerful enough for a vehicle of this size. Additionally, the Acadia is only able to tow up to a thousand pounds, which is not much for a vehicle of this size.
Consumers have also reported erratic alerts and notifications, such as one driver who claimed that even when the shifter was put into park, the cabin alarm beeps and often requires a full restart in order for the system to recognize that the shifter is indeed in park.
If you are experiencing a similar chronic issue with a GM vehicle, schedule a free case evaluation with Lemon Law Partners, LLP today by calling (800) 887-9362.