Lemon Law Ford Chevrolet
Driving a Chevrolet Is Great, Until It’s Not.
The California Lemon Law Works to Protect Your Investment … and Safety.
When it comes to owning a new or CPO car, you want one that you know is safe and will last. That’s why so many of your fellow Californians have opted to get behind the wheel of a Chevrolet.
As one of the most popular vehicle brands in the world, Chevies are recognized for their reliability, safety, great design, comfort, performance, and durability.
But even among the best of cars, a lemon can sometimes slip in. Those who unwittingly purchased one know the frustrations that come along with it. Persistent engine problems … endless electrical glitches … unrelenting transmission headaches are just a few of the complaints.
If your warrantied Chevy exhibits recurring defects, you could benefit greatly — financially and with peace of mind — by calling the law offices of Strategic Legal Practices. We can help turn your potential lemon into a refund, a replacement car or lucrative cash compensation.
Here are 5 common Chevy problems (and symptoms) serious enough to warrant a California Lemon Law claim.
- Electrical Glitches — malfunctioning dashboard display, faulty sensors, power window failures, infotainment problems, sticking ignition key, air conditioning issues, power lock malfunction
- Transmission Troubles — slipping gears, rough shifting, loud noises, jerking, stuttering, drive train issues
- Engine Problems — excessive oil consumption, engine misfires, reduced fuel efficiency, fuel pump failure, intake manifold gasket failure, loss of power
- Suspension and Steering Complications — poor handling, uneven tire wear, flimsy wheel wells, lower control arm rattling
- Brake System Failures — premature wear of pads and rotors, squealing or grinding noises, ABS malfunctions, soft brake pedal
How the California Lemon Law Protects Your Chevy.
The Lemon Law in California states that your vehicle must have “nonconformities,” which are defined as any defect or malfunction that is covered by the original factory warranty. If any of these problematic “nonconformities” affect your car’s use, safety or value — even after a number of repair attempts have been made — you may be eligible to file a claim.
As one of California’s premier Lemon Law litigators, the expert attorneys at Strategic Legal Practices will work with you and fight for you to get a buyback, a replacement vehicle, a refund or a cash settlement that includes all costs you may have incurred.
Know your rights when it comes to a faulty Chevrolet.
You’ve shelled out good money for your new or CPO vehicle, and as long as it’s under warranty, you expect smooth driving. But by the number or recalls, class-action suits, and Lemon Law claims filed against Chevrolet, you know that’s not always the case. For example:
- As part of Chevy’s commitment to safety, they conducted a recall of 2017-2022 Bolt EVs having identified the simultaneous presence of two rare manufacturing defects in the same battery cells as the root cause of potential battery fires.
- A judge granted class action certification to a lawsuit accusing the manufacturer of knowingly selling cars with faulty transmissions that would lurch and shudder when driving, creating a safety hazard. According to the suit, dealers were directed to tell customers that harsh shifts were “normal” or “characteristic.”
- In October of 2008, Chevrolet’s parent company, General Motors Corporation, agreed to repurchase a customer’s 2007 Uplander for the full purchase price plus all collateral charges, and to pay attorney’s fees associated with the vehicle and/or the Lemon Law case. The list of nonconformities included the engine overheating, severe vibrations when braking, bad bearings that ruined the tires, a roaring noise when driving, among other defects.
These are just three examples of the legal actions Chevrolet has faced. Among the most commonly reported models are the Silverado, Colorado, Camaro, Suburban, Equinox, Malibu, Blazer, Impala, but the truth is that any model with recurring problems could be a lemon. Even yours.
Strategic Legal Practices has faced Chevy before, and won! Now you can put our Lemon Law experts on your team.
With a 99% success rate, Strategic Legal Practices has represented thousands of clients against Chevy and other major automakers. So if you think your car might be a lemon, it’s important to call us today for a no-obligation, free consultation. We get paid only if you win.
Dial 844-423-4464 NOW or contact us here and let us fight for your rights.