I posted earlier that my wife and I had found a great deal at a local dealer on a 2011 4 cylinder Equinox LT2. It has the sunroof, sensors, and 18'' rims. Car looks perfect. We went to do the deal and a guy I had never seen before starts walking towards us with a piece of paper. He informs us that the vehicle was a buy back. The person had the vehicle in the shop several times for a steering wheel shake when the AC was engaged. Several things were done to the vehicle and this dealer couldn't find anything wrong. Placed side by side with a new Equinox, they both run the same. The dealer it was purchased from went out of business and this dealer was asked to handle the problem. They put the woman in a new Equinox. They want me to sign a piece of paper stating that I know this. We have driven the vehicle and cannot duplicate the problem. The dealer put 800 miles on it driving it to replicate the problem and nothing. We were told to take it and drive it for a week and see what we think. Does anyone have any experience with this problem or with a buyback? They are giving us a 48-48,000 warranty to make up for the 13,000 miles on it. We love the vehicle. But, we have a very nice 07 Tahoe LT2 that we will let go of. We are trading for $2,000. Is this a good idea?