Anyone had this problem. While driving the Orlando on the A1 last week at 70 mph the brakes were suddenly applied bringing the car to a sudden, juddering halt. This was extremely serious as I was in the fast lane at the time, meaning rapidly moving traffic behind had to take evasive action - fortunately we were not hit. On reporting this to my dealer, friends and parents I was simply laughed at 'You must have stamped on the brake', 'The engine cut out'etc. However, two days later when my dad was driving, the same thing happened while he was doing 15 mph. He now agreed there was a problem, and we gingerly drove to the dealer's and dumped the vehicle there. The mechanics crawled over the Orlando and quizzed the ecu, but no fault was found. Currently, the dealer is in conflab with Vauxhall and Chevvy. Although Chevvy say no other instance has been reported, I do know that some Mercs and VWs have had the problem - put down to faulty yaw response sensors in theESP / ASC (the system that independently applies the brakes when understeer is present, although my Orlando braked whilst going straight). It would be useful to hear if anyone else has had this problem with Orlando or Cruze.