Originally Posted by mesaguy
I went to start the car today and it was DEAD-----nothing. Called Buick to make sure it was ok to have AAA come out to charge the battery-----it's been very hot in Phoenix and we had been gone a few days using my wife's car. The Cascada was in the garage so it wasn't getting direct sun heat. AAA guy put the charger on and it started but he indicated that it wouldn't start if I shut off the engine so I called the dealer and took it in. Hopefully it's nothing major and I should get it back tomorrow. Only 1100 miles on it. I'll report back when I find out what the problem was.
Hope my 2017 Cascada doesn't have this problem, I just bought it 10 days ago. I don't drive a lot. I drove my Thunderbird 13 years, had 40,XXX miles when I traded it.