Buick is an American automobile company and is a division of General Motors. Buick is the oldest automobile brand in the United States, dating back to its founding in 1903. Since then, Buick has been producing quality vehicles across the globe.
However, despite its reputation, Buick has had its share of defective and faulty vehicles. If you have purchased a Buick that you believe may be malfunctioning, you may have a lemon. A lemon is a vehicle with defects, that even after several repair attempts, adversely effects the safety, value, and utility of the vehicle. If you live in Anaheim Orange County, CA, and believe you may have purchased or leased a lemon, contact Kaufman & Kavicky, LLP to see if you are entitled to benefits through California or Federal Lemon Laws.
If you are having malfunctions with your new, used, or leased Buick, you may have a lemon law case and should seek consultation immediately. Common Buick defects can include, but are not limited to the following:
- Transmission errors
- Engine malfunction
- Headlamp issues
- Airbag defects
- Power steering issues
Buick vehicles have been subject to a variety of recalls over the years. Defects ranging from airbag wiring, key rotation issues, and faulty headlight modules. These have resulted in Buick having to recall millions of vehicles in recent years.
We Can Help
If you feel that you have been sold or leased a lemon, you may be entitled to a replacement or cash compensation. If you live in the Anaheim Orange County area, contact Kaufman & Kavicky, LLP today to begin your initial consultation.