I've owner this great SUV with very little repairs. This year two sensors went. Everything else is basic care. Love the double hatch opening and the ability to carry big objects vertical or horizontal.
This is a very well appointed vehicle but I believe the programmer who designed the rear technology for this vehicle suffered from delusions of grandeur. The roof mechanism and tailgate/ glass components are fatally integrated and when one goes bad it renders the other useless. When that happens an incessant dinging alarm sounds continuously while the vehicle is moving making it annoying to drive. Unfortunately, most of the websites that offer any clues on how to fix these things haven't been visited by anyone who can help you since 2014. Even the dealership service department doesn't have any answers without paying whatever they charge to troubleshoot the problem.
The SUV that literally turns into a pickup is a great idea. Being able to lay a full sheet of drywall or plywood flat in the rear cargo area is another great design. My issue with the vehicle is all the repairs that have had to happen and I barely have break in mileage on the vehicle at 78,000. I've had to replace the thermostat; it's had 3 sets of tires; the front and rear sway bar links have been replaced; when I am sitting at a stop, the speedometer reads as high as 40 (this number varies at different times). Other instrument panel gauges often show the wrong information. And last but not least, I am now experiencing issues with the transmission. I've owned other GM vehicles and this has been my least favorite experience as far as repairs. I like the vehicle overall. I just don't thing I should have so many repair bills for 78,000 miles. I did have to replace the transmission ($2,900). I also had to have the instrument panel overhauled ($200). In addition, the midgate window regulator had to be replaced because one day it went down and wouldn't go back up. The vehicle recently turned 95,000 miles and finally seems to be in good working order. We'll see!