I bought my Buick Verano on 4/12/12. I have had numerous small and some big problems over the last 4 years. OnStar issues, battery died within first 6 months, many electrical problems, needed new keys fobs, parking brake problems...the list goes on. From the beginning I noticed my car would jerk when switching gears, this would happen intermittently about 2-3 times a month. It would happen quickly and you never knew when, dealership stated this was normal and nothing they could do because it would never happen when it was in for service for the numerous issues or maintenance. Well, my car died the day before it's 4th birthday. I noticed many shifting problems on my 30 mile drive to work, upon going up a hill the car would not go above 40 mph. When I came to a red stop light, all the dash lights started blinking and when the light turned green the car would not go into gear. All I could do was coast into a parking lot, which thank goodness there was somewhere to stop and park the car. After waiting 2.5 hours for Buick roadside assistance, (told 45 mins when I called) in a very highly populated area which should provide quicker service, I was towed 2 miles to a dealership. It has now been 2 days and no one can tell me what is wrong with my car, I keep getting the run around and they say there is no diagnosis yet. Well, at 4 years old and 61k miles my car seems to have MAJOR problems. I am sure that this is a transmission problem, which should be covered under the powertrain warranty...but will GM take responsibility? Ironically my husband's GMC Terrain had oil consumption problems at 60k and they had to replace the entire engine. Not sure GM is making quality cars anymore. Has anyone else had transmission problems like this??