Our 2019 Traverse Redline has approximately 7500 miles on it. We are currently on spring break, approx 1500 miles away from home and the transmission has started to noticeably stutter/hesitate while shifting between 1-2, 2-3, 3-4 while under what I would call “normal” acceleration. Obviously being very concerned about the safety of driving 6 of us around in this vehicle, I took the Traverse into a local Chevy dealer yesterday and spent 4 hours waiting. They experienced the same stutter while driving it. They contacted GM and ended up doing a transmission flush and reprogram, which did nothing to solve the problem, and in my opinion, only made it more noticeable. They advised me to drive the vehicle back home (another 1500 miles) and take it back to the dealer I purchased it at, where “Chevy engineering will want to tear the transmission apart to understand what went wrong and likely replace the torque converter and valve body.” Excuse me? A 7 month old vehicle with a rebuilt transmission? I have a call in to Chevy customer support and am waiting for a call back. This is going to get interesting.