At Shainfeld Law, P.C., our California lemon law attorney in Los Angeles knows that certain vehicle models may start showing mechanical problems right away. Whether the vehicle is brand new to the owner, or a year or two old, the owner can become increasingly frustrated as time goes by, even when the vehicle is still under the manufacturer’s warranty.

Currently, in California and across the U.S., the 2020-2023 Chevy Trailblazer is frustrating vehicle owners for a myriad of reasons. Unfortunately, it is also one of the best-selling vehicles in its class.

Despite its recent design upgrade and overall popularity, Trailblazer owners are consistently reporting problems that may qualify their vehicles as lemons.

What Type of 2020-2023 Chevy Trailblazer Mechanical Defects are Being Reported?

Some of the most common types of 2020-2023 Chevy Trailblazer mechanical defects that are being reported to the manufacturer include, but are not limited to:

  • Body Shakes
  • Climate Control Issues
  • Electrical Problems
  • Equipment Failure, including the:
    • Certification label on the 17-inch sports tires showed the wrong size and tire pressure.
    • Driver-side door may leak and cause corrosion in the window switch module.
    • Emergency jack can fracture if not placed correctly.
    • Some installed headlights did not meet federal motor vehicle safety standards.
  • Failure of Electric Brake Boost
  • Missing Front Seat Attachment Bolts
  • Road Noise
  • Safety Recalls
  • Sluggish Engine
  • Speed Control Issues
  • Stiff Ride
  • Transmission Performance

When you buy or lease a vehicle that is fewer than three years old, you have the full expectation that it is in top operating order. To allay any fears about your decision, the manufacturer’s warranty can provide confidence that the dealer can fix the problem at no cost to you. So, what happens when that is not true? Are you simply stuck with a defective vehicle? Luckily, no.

According to the California Lemon Law, if the dealership cannot fix the defect after a qualifying number of attempts, you may be eligible to pursue a claim that requires the manufacturer to provide a remedy, so you are not left with a vehicle that does not meet your — or the law’s —expectations. We can help.

Contact Shainfeld Law, P.C. For Help With Your California Lemon Law Claim

If your vehicle is still under warranty and is exhibiting signs of a defect that can be fixed by the dealership or a certified mechanic, contact our experienced Los Angeles lemon law attorney at Shainfeld Law, P.C., today by calling 310-295-1888 or request a free consultation online.

We have a 99% success rate, and typically produce results for our California lemon law clients in as little as 30-60 days.

The vehicle manufacturer will also be responsible for paying our legal fees, so you will never pay any out-of-pocket costs to pursue a positive outcome. Call us now to learn more.

We handle lemon law cases all across California: