Our Los Angeles area lemon law attorney knows approximately 13 million people live in the Los Angeles-Long Beach-Anaheim Metro Area, and tens of thousands of them own a 2018-2023 Chevy Silverado or Equinox that has a defect that has plagued the way they use their vehicles.

In California, the Lemon Law protects consumers who have purchased or leased new or used vehicles — including the Chevy Silverado or Equinox — with significant defects or issues that cannot be fixed after a reasonable number of attempts.

If this is true for you, allow our skilled Los Angeles area lemon lawyer to review your eligibility and find a legal remedy that fits your needs.

What are the Most Common Problems with the 2018-2023 Chevy Silverado and Equinox?

Chevy Silverado

Chevy Silverado and Equinox owners consistently return to the dealership or another authorized mechanic to address mechanical defects throughout California.

For the 2018-2023 Chevrolet Silverado, the issues include:

  • Transmission: Rough shifting and occasional transmission failure.
  • Electrical: Issues with the infotainment screen freezing or malfunctioning.

For the 2018-2023 Chevrolet Equinox, the issues include:

  • Engine: Excessive oil consumption and engine stalling.
  • HVAC: Problems with the heater and air conditioner systems.

The law requires that the manufacturer or its authorized repair facility has made reasonable repair attempts to fix the defect.

How Many Repair Attempts Do Chevy Manufacturers Have to Fix My Silverado or Equinox?

The Legal Presumption qualifies the number of attempts to satisfy the Lemon Law California legal standard as:

  • At least two repair attempts if the defect could cause serious bodily injury or death.
  • After four or more attempts, if the defect continues to cause the same problem and cannot be fixed.
  • A vehicle spends 30 (non-consecutive) days at the dealership/mechanic for warranty-covered issues and repairs.

If the issues persist after a reasonable number of attempts or if the vehicle is in the repair shop for an extended period, it may meet the criteria for a lemon law claim. We can help.

Contact our experienced Los Angeles County lemon law attorney at Shainfeld Law, P.C., today by calling 310-295-1888 or request a free consultation online to learn more about your eligibility to file a claim. The manufacturer pays all our legal fees directly, so you owe us nothing if we do not win your case.