Are you tired of taking your 2017 – 2023 Chevrolet, GMC, Buick, or Cadillac vehicle back to the service center for the same issue under warranty? Under California’s Lemon Law, the manufacturer is allowed a “reasonable” number of repair attempts to fix the issues on your GM vehicle. If they are unable to fix the issue(s) the first time under warranty or within 30 days, you may be entitled to remedies under California Lemon Law.
Most recently, GM vehicles have experienced the following widespread issues:
- Chevrolet Silverado – Transmission problems including acceleration loss or delay, various noises, lurching, leaks, sensor issues, and shifting issues. Additionally, electrical and brake problems are prevalent in these trucks.
- Chevrolet Equinox – Excessive oil consumption issues and related engine problems, along with starter and acceleration issues.
- Chevrolet Traverse – Engine, transmission, and electrical issues, resulting in symptoms from reduced engine power to harsh shifting to failure of the dashboard display.
- Chevrolet Malibu – Transmission failure, engine and fuel system problems, and electrical system glitches and failures.
- GMC Sierra – Transmission problems with the 4WD and Transfer Case Position Sensor, as well as heating and air conditioning problems.
- GMC Terrain – Engine problems, excessive oil consumption issues, and stalling and/or shutting down of the vehicle unexpectedly.
- Buick Encore – Numerous interior issues, engine problems leading to abnormal illumination of check engine light and inadequate power, and electrical issues resulting in failure of battery and/or display screen.
This is a non-exhaustive list of issues that could occur with your GM vehicle that could entitle you to remedies. If you have brought your GM vehicle in for repairs for the same issue on more than one occasion, you can give our office a call for a free consultation to determine whether you may be eligible for a repurchase or replacement of your vehicle. Our attorneys are experienced in handling Lemon Law matters against GM. If we decide to take your case, you won’t be charged a penny for our legal services.