Chevrolet Lemon Law Attorney in California

 

Chevrolet Lemon Law Lawyer

Throughout the United States consumers face great hardship when dealing with vehicle manufacturers. For the California consumer dealing with vehicle manufacturers it is much easier to find a resolution, thanks to the California Lemon Law.

Which Chevrolet Vehicles Are More Susceptible to Being a Lemon?

The most common Chevrolet models and years that are often reported as lemons include the following:

  • 2012 to 2017 Chevrolet Cruze
  • 2013 to 2016 Chevrolet Impala
  • 2012, 2013 Chevrolet Equinox
  • 2014 to 2018 Chevrolet Silverado
  • 2015 to 2017 Chevrolet Camaro
  • 2013, 2016, 2017 Chevrolet Malibu
  • 2016 Chevrolet Colorado
  • 2016 Chevrolet Corvette
  • 2017 Chevrolet Volt

Your vehicle or model year might not be on this list. It does not mean that it is not or cannot be deemed a lemon. If you believe you own a Chevrolet lemon, it is in your best interest to speak with a lemon law attorney in California as soon as possible. The longer you wait, the closer you get to the statute of limitations, running the risk that your case is dismissed.

Chevrolet Vehicle Recalls

Chevrolet has had to issue recalls for a large number of its vehicles in recent years for various reasons. Some of those recalls were issued for the following problems:

  • Faulty ignition switches
  • A software glitch that had the possibility of disabling the vehicle brake system
  • A faulty fuel sensor that could lead to an unknown leak, which could cause a fire
  • Loose bolts that could lead to a rollaway of the vehicle
  • Takata airbag inflators could potentially explode
  • Incorrect installation of glass, which could explode if the vehicle is in an accident
  • Sudden loss of power steering

 

About Chevrolet

Chevrolet made performance affordable. Although its early four- and six cylinder engines were well-known for their durability and high performance, it was the introduction of Chevrolet’s small block V-8 in 1955 that opened up a new world of affordable high-performance. It would power millions upon millions of cars and trucks over the next 50 years. The legacy of this engine was passed on to a new generation small-block V-8s that are used in today’s trucks, SUVs and performance cars like the Corvette and Camaro SS.

Chevrolet introduced technology to its affordable lineup of cars and trucks from the beginning. In a time before electric starters and headlamps were common in luxury cars, the first Chevrolet, the Series C Classic Six, offered both an electric starter as well as an electric headlamp. Safety glass, fuel injection and electronic stability control systems have all been used in Chevrolet models over the years. Chevrolet is one of the most successful brands in the sector and its early adoption of pioneering technologies has fundamentally changed how they are applied to new vehicles.

Chevrolet was a major force in motorsports because of its small-block V-8 engine. Chevrolet-powered race cars were immediately contenders in the fledgling stock car and drag racing markets of the 1950s. They grew to be the dominant force in these fields over the next decade. Chevrolet is the most successful brand in NASCAR. It has won more NHRA Pro Stock Manufacturers Cups Cups than any other brand.

Can I Recover Compensation for a Chevrolet Lemon?

Yes, you can recover compensation for your Chevrolet lemon. There are multiple forms of compensation you can recover, including consequential and actual. You might also be eligible for civil damages if Chevrolet was found to have acted negligently in the handling of your situation. For example, if Chevrolet refused to buy back your vehicle, knowing it had a serious defect, you could be eligible for double the value of the losses you incurred. Speak with an experienced California Chevrolet lemon law attorney today about your vehicle.

Purchasing a Chevolet Lemon

When you purchase or lease a new automobile (or a used vehicle with a factory warranty) in the State of California, the Song-Beverly Consumer Warranty Act, better known as the California Lemon Law can be a very powerful tool when dealing with the giant vehicle manufacturers. The California Lemon Law covers new and used cars, pickup trucks, vans, SUVs as well as motor homes.

Your Chevrolet Lemon Law Rights

If you’re one of the unfortunate residents of California who has purchased a defective Chevrolet, you have recourse under California Lemon Law. We represent consumers in Los Angeles, Imperial, Orange, Riverside, San Bernardino, San Diego, Ventura, and Santa Barbara Counties.Call today for a free consultation.

The California Lemon Law is an additional level of protection given to consumers in the State of California who purchase or lease vehicles that require repeated repairs or are in the repair shop for long periods of time while under the original manufacturer’s warranty.

How Does My Chevrolet Vehicle Qualify as a Lemon?

Here how you know

In order to have your Chevrolet vehicle qualify as a lemon under California law, it must meet the following requirements, according to our Lemon Law attorney in California:

  • The Chevrolet must have been leased or purchased from a dealership (not necessarily a Chevrolet dealership)
  • The original manufacturer warranty is still active.
  • Serious problems with the Chevrolet vehicle persist even though you have had repairs conducted multiple times.
  • The problems you have encountered are major, meaning they impact the value of the vehicle, your safety, or your ability to use the Chevrolet.

If your Chevrolet vehicle, whether used or new, meets these conditions, you should speak with a lemon law attorney in California as soon as possible to begin the claims process. The sooner you talk to an attorney, the sooner you can move forward, limiting the risk of missing the statute of limitations to file. In California, you have just four years to file a lemon law claim.

Common Problems Found in a Chevrolet Lemon

The most common parts that develop issues in a Chevrolet lemon handled by our lemon law attorney include the following:

  • Steering
  • Engine
  • Brakes
  • The electrical system
  • Fluid leaks
  • Doors
  • The transmission
  • Suspension
  • Failure of the air conditioning system
  • Failure of the back-up camera

These parts tend to fail, leading to steering problems, braking problems, sputtering, clunking noises, failures to navigate, engine vibrations, transmission failures, engine failures, and more. This is not an exhaustive list, which is why you should speak with a California lemon law attorney as soon as you realize your Chevrolet might be a lemon.

  • Is your vehicle 2017
    or Newer?
  • Have you had multiple
    repair attempts?
  • Did the problem start
    in the first 60,000 miles?

If you answered yes
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