Cadillac is one of the oldest and most renowned American automobile manufacturers. A division of the General Motors Company, Cadillac has been producing luxury vehicles for over a century. While Cadillac tries to continue to innovate the automotive industry as the “Standard of The World,” these innovations can come with some setbacks.
If you have purchased or leased a Cadillac that is defective, even after multiple attempts to repair, then you may have a lemon. Vehicles that are deemed lemons are protected under California Lemon Law and Federal Lemon law and you may be entitled to compensation for your defective vehicle. If you live in the Anaheim Orange County area, contact the professionals at Kaufman & Kavicky, LLP for assistance.
While there is no one defect associated with a vehicle being a lemon, the following malfunctions have been associated with Cadillac vehicles. If your vehicle has ongoing issues with any of the following, or any other malfunctions, you should contact Kaufman & Kavicky, LLP.
- Transmission issues
- Engine failure
- Vehicle shakes or vibrates
- Leaking oil
Cadillac cars and SUVs have been subject to several recalls in recent years. Issues range from unintended key rotation, potential rollaway, and faulty airbags. These issues have resulted in millions of vehicles being recalled.
If you feel that your new or used Cadillac may be a lemon, you may be entitled to a replacement or a cash settlement under California and Federal Lemon Law. The first step to relief is to contact the experts at Kaufman & Kavicky, LLP to help guide you through this process.