Is your Cadillac a lemon?

If your Cadillac is exhibiting defects that you haven’t been able to repair, even after a repeated number of visits to mechanics or the dealership, you may have a Cadillac lemon on your hands. The good news is that the California lemon law is here to protect you in the event of manufacturing defects, whether these are the results of Cadillac recalls or just a faulty car that’s still under warranty. With one call to us, you can get a free consultation that will help determine if you purchased a lemon and whether or not you’re entitled to a Cadillac buyback or other form of compensation.

Common Cadillac Defects

Some of the defects you may experience with your Cadillac lemon can include, but aren’t limited to:

  • Oil leakage
  • Excessive engine noise
  • Rough transmission
  • Difficulty shifting
  • Sputtering while idle
  • Excessive vibration while driving
  • Malfunctioning A/C
  • Power steering issues
  • Cadillac recalls for various models

How Shainfeld Law Can Help

While there are laws in place to protect you from eating the costs of a lemon, these laws can be intricate and often vary from state to state. Additionally, a manufacturer can fight back against your claims, regardless of whether your car meets lemon law criteria or not. That’s why it’s important to hire an attorney who is highly experienced in these types of cases. Remember, at LemonLawNow, we have a 99% success rate, and you’ll never pay out of pocket for legal fees. There’s no reason not to pursue the Cadillac buyback you deserve.

When have a “reasonable number” of repairs been made on your Cadillac?

In lemon law, we say that your vehicle may be a lemon after a “reasonable number” of repair attempts have been made to no avail. What constitutes a “reasonable number?” Lemon law varies from state to state, but in California a reasonable number falls somewhere between two and four repair attempts, depending on the issue. In order to file a claim and qualify for a Cadillac buyback, one of the following scenarios must occur:

  • You’ve tried two or more repair attempts for an issue that could result in death or serious injury.
  • You’ve tried four or more repair attempts for basic warranty issues that are less severe.
  • Your car has been undrivable for at least 30 days due to these defects, or the attempted repair of them.

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