Is your GMC a lemon?

If you’ve been experiencing persistent issues with your GMC vehicle, the manufacturer has the opportunity to fix the issues. However, if a reasonable number of repair attempts have been made to no avail, then it’s within your rights to file a lemon law claim. If you’re unsure whether your GMC qualifies as a lemon, don’t hesitate to reach out to us — we’re highly experienced when it comes to GMC lemon law and GMC recalls, and have already successfully brought several cases against GMC.

Common GMC Defects

Some issues that you may experience with your GMC truck or SUV might include, but are certainly not limited to, the following:

  • Engine issues or failure
  • Oil leakage
  • Issues with navigation
  • Rough idling
  • Difficulty getting into gear
  • Abnormal engine vibration
  • Problems with dashboard lights
  • Faulty A/C
  • Power steering issues
  • GMC recalls, such as GMB Sierra recalls and GMC Terrain recalls

How Shainfeld Law Can Help With Your GMC Lemon

Your GMC won’t be classified as a lemon unless its issues considerably impair your safety, or the value and use of your car. The manufacturer will likely try to stop you from getting the compensation you deserve, which is why you need an experienced attorney on your side. Whether your car is new or used, we’ll help you get the GMC buyback you deserve for your lemon. Give us a call for a free consultation on your GMC vehicle today.

What does “reasonable number of attempts at repair” mean for your GMC?

When you start to experience trouble with your GMC vehicle, the manufacturer has the opportunity to make a reasonable number of repair attempts. This means that they don’t get unlimited time when trying to repair your defective vehicle — at some point, you deserve to be compensated. So what constitutes a “reasonable number” of repairs? While lemon laws differ from state to state, if you’re a GMC owner living in California, the following criteria must be met in order to pursue a lemon law claim or a GMB buyback:

  • The manufacturer is aware of the problems, and you’ve made four or more attempts to repair the vehicle.
  • You’ve made two or more attempts to repair an issue that could result in death or serious injury.
  • The issue has caused your car to be in the shop or undrivable for more than 30 days since you first purchased the vehicle.

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