Is your Chevrolet a lemon?

If your vehicle is still under warranty, you’re off to a good start. There are consumer protection laws both on the federal and state level for those with vehicles that are still under warranty. If you’ve taken your Chevrolet vehicle in for a reasonable number of repair attempts while under warranty, or it’s been out of commission for an extended amount of time while under warranty, there’s a good chance you have a Chevrolet lemon. Keep reading to see how Chevrolet lemon law affects you and if you’re qualified for a Chevy buyback.

Common Chevrolet Defects

Some of the defects you may experience with your Chevrolet can include, but aren’t limited to, the list below — even if they are part of Chevrolet recalls:

  • Airbag malfunctions
  • Rear suspension issues
  • Oil leakage
  • Overall electrical issues
  • Transmission failure
  • Weak axles
  • Parking brake malfunction
  • Chevy Recalls

How Shainfeld Law Can Help

We’re experts in local lemon law, and we’re here to help you. We know all about recent Chevrolet recalls just what to do when using the lemon law for Chevy Cruze and other models to your advantage. Manufacturers will try to fight any lemon law claim you file, but we’ll work to get you the Chevrolet buyback you deserve. If you think you might have a Chevrolet lemon on your hands, give us a call for a free consultation. Your Chevy buyback could be just a phone call away.

What’s a “reasonable number” of attempted repairs on my Chevy?

In lemon law, the Chevrolet manufacturer has the opportunity to make a “reasonable number” of repair attempts on your vehicle. If that number is met and your problems still have not been fixed, your vehicle may be a lemon, in which case you’re eligible for compensation. Although lemon law varies from state to state, in California you meet the criteria of a “reasonable number” of repair attempts if one of the following occurs:

  • Your vehicle is experiencing issues that could result in death or a serious injury, and you’ve taken it into the shop for repairs at least twice but the problem persists.
  • Your vehicle is experiencing basic warranty issues, and you’ve taken it into the shop for repairs four or more times.
  • Your car has been in the shop or undrivable for at least 30 days because of these issues.

If you’ve met these criteria — even if your vehicle is part of a Chevy recall — you may have a lemon and are eligible for a Chevy buyback. Contact us today to learn more.

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