yes, we purchased a SRX Cadillac 2014 and the headlights are very dim and we can hardly drive at night. We looked at the front of the car and realized both bulbs were out. After doing some research also, we realized there have been numerous complaints about this issue on the 2010-2015 models which have ended up in several class action lawsuits mostly in California and Florida. According to the lawsuits filed, the headlights are defective as the seal is not keeping the condensation/moisture out, thereby causing malfunctioning. We contacted the dealership in Florida who recommended we contacted GM. We did but were informed that a letter was sent letting the owners know of this problem with a deadline of June 2, 2019. We never received the letter. We requested a copy be sent because I wanted to know the date and the content of the letter, but we were informed they could not provide me with it any longer. We have read in several of the complaints, owners indicated they never received letters either. It is obvious that the problem is not limited to the 2010-2015 since you purchased this model in 2018. GM knows of this problem and have failed to do a formal recall and are continuing to manufacture and SELL defective vehicles.