The Ongoing Headaches Associated with Cadillac Escalade Ownership

Our California lemon law attorney at Shainfeld Law, P.C. knows that the Cadillac brand has produced top-selling luxury vehicles for over a century. The first Cadillac Escalade — Cadillac’s primary entry into the SUV market — rolled off the assembly line in Arlington, Texas, in 1998, and the model has been a hit with consumers since.

Unfortunately, the size, beauty, and luxury features the Escalade is known for have not kept the vehicles from having substantial mechanical defects that give owners in California and across the nation significant headaches.

If you purchased or leased a 2018- 2023 Cadillac Escalade that is still under warranty and exhibiting a mechanical defect that cannot be fixed after a reasonable number of attempts, you may be eligible to file a California Lemon Law claim against the manufacturer. We can help.

What Types of Cadillac Escalades Are Experiencing Mechanical Defects?

Consumers throughout the nation are reporting significant manufacturing issues with several models, including the 2018-2023:

  • Cadillac ATS and ATS-V
  • Cadillac CTS and CTS-V
  • Cadillac CT6
  • Cadillac ESCALADE
  • Cadillac ESCALADE ESV

What Types of Problems are Being Reported with 2018-2023 Cadillac Escalades?

Multiple manufacturing defects have been reported with Cadillac Escalades ranging from model years 2018-2023, including issues with the trailer brakes and backup cameras that, at the time of this publication, dealers have indicated there is no fix for the problems.

Other reported issues with Cadillac Escalade models have included, but are not limited to:

  • Brake booster malfunction.
  • Broken control arm.
  • Broken drive axle.
  • Broken roll bar connection.
  • Broken strut tower.
  • Emissions system shuts down.
  • Engine failure.
  • Engine stalling while in operation.
  • Engine stalling/misfires.
  • Illumination of the check engine light.
  • Illumination of the power steering warning lights.
  • Loss of power.
  • Refrigerant leak.
  • Rough idle.
  • Steering column lock error.
  • Transmission failure.
  • Transmission jerking and hesitation.
  • Unintended acceleration.
  • Vibration and rumbling in the floorboards.

If you have purchased or leased a 2018-2023 Cadillac Escalade that is still under warranty and is experiencing one or more manufacturer defects that the dealership or certified mechanic cannot correct, you may have a valid lemon law claim.

Get the California Lemon Law Help You Need Today: Call Shainfeld Law, P.C.

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 pursue a legal remedy that fits your needs.

Our Los Angeles lemon lawyer has a 99% success rate and often settles our California clients’ cases without a lawsuit in as little as 30-60 days. The manufacturer is responsible for all California lemon law attorney fees, so you pay no upfront costs or out-of-pocket expenses.

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