Owners of full-size SUVs made by General Motors are not happy with unexplained vibrations and wind buffeting in their 2015 and 2016 SUVs such as the Chevrolet Tahoe, Silverado and Subrubans, GMC Yukon and Sierra, and the Cadillac Escalade.
The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) and other online car forums have been inundated with complaints from owners of these vehicles.
A key complaint is that these vehicles are very noisy. It’s like the windows are all down, but actually, they are not even cracked.
Additionally, occupants inside the cabin of these vehicles say there is an unexplained vibration that gets worse when it is switched into V4 mode.
The result of these problems is owners say they are having headaches and dizziness, not to mention it’s very annoying.
One Yukon owner was told that a stiff body design may be the culprit. The vehicle was engineered to prevent rollover crashes. GM engineers are trying to find a solution to fix the problem.
The buffeting problem in the Suburban and Silverado may be attributed to a roof issue. The cause could be it’s not attached to the roof bows properly.
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