Law Firm Representing GM Consumers With Lemon Vehicles
The Law Offices of Sotera L. Anderson is committed to helping consumers who have unknowingly purchased defective GM vehicles, which is why our practice focuses on lemon law.
We understand how much people rely on their vehicles on an everyday basis, and know how an unreliable car can completely disrupt your life.
Dealing with lemon can mean breaking down on your way to work, waking up to a car that won’t start, and struggling to find another form of transportation. No one should have to deal with the inconvenience and stress of driving a lemon—especially consumers who purchased or leased a GM vehicle that is still under warranty. If you’re experiencing problems with your GM vehicle, it’s important to understand your rights under California’s lemon law.
Does the Lemon Law in California Apply to GM Vehicles?
Understanding the basics of the lemon law can help you determine whether or not your GM vehicle is covered. The law in California covers both new and used GM vehicles that have been purchased or leased from a dealership. Some of the vehicles that are covered include:
- SUVs, pickup trucks, vans, motorcycles, and cars
- Dealer demonstrator vehicles
The vehicle must meet other conditions, too. To qualify, the vehicle must come with a manufacturer’s warranty. The vehicle must also have a significant defect that impacts its value, use, or safety. For example, a defect may be considered significant if you are unable to use the vehicle because of it or if the defect makes driving the vehicle dangerous.
You must take your GM to the dealer or manufacturer and give them an opportunity to repair the defect. However, if they are unable to repair the defect after multiple attempts, you do not need to keep taking trips to the dealer or manufacturer. At this point, the vehicle is considered a lemon.
The lemon law in California gives consumers the right to seek relief from the vehicle’s manufacturer. GM must replace the vehicle or repurchase it from you if they cannot repair the vehicle’s defect after a reasonable number of repair attempts.
Which GM Models Have Been Reported As Lemons?
Many lemon law claims involve GM vehicles. Some of the GM models that are often reported as lemons include:
- Chevrolet Cobalt
- Chevrolet Impala
- Cadillac CTS
- Cadillac STS
- Cadillac DTS
- Buick Century
- Buick Lucerne
- GMC Acadia
- GMC Canyon
- GMC Sierra
- GMC Terrain
- GMC Yukon
Any make or model manufactured by GM could turn out to be a lemon. If you believe your vehicle is a lemon, it’s best to speak to attorney Sotera L. Anderson. Ms. Anderson is an experienced lemon lawyer who can assist you with every step of the claim process.
Schedule A Free Consultation With An Experienced GM Lemon Lawyer Today
Are you dealing with a GM vehicle that is most likely a lemon? If so, contact the Law Offices of Sotera L. Anderson at once. Sotera L. Anderson is an experienced lemon law attorney who is committed to representing consumers who unknowingly purchased or leased GM vehicles that turned out to be lemons. If you have a valid claim, Ms. Anderson will fight for a refund or a replacement vehicle on your behalf—all at no cost to you. To schedule your free consultation, call our office today at 1-855-96-LEMON or fill out the form on this website.