Chevrolet is a division of General Motors based in Detroit, MI. The American automotive manufacturer has been producing cars, trucks, and SUVs for over a century. While Chevy may pride itself on offering high-quality vehicles that are as sturdy “as a rock,” not all of them can meet these standards.
If you have purchased or leased a Chevy car, truck, or SUV that has defects, even after several attempts to repair, then you may be entitled to compensation. Under California and Federal Lemon Law, the manufacturer must either repair or replace a vehicle if it is deemed a lemon. If you live in Anaheim Orange County and feel that you may have a defective Chevrolet, contact Kaufman & Kavicky, LLP today for help.
Chevrolet drivers have reported a variety of issues and defects with their cars, trucks, and SUVs, including, but not limited to the following:
- Ignition switch issues
- AC condenser issues
- Shaking vehicle
- Airbag malfunctions
- Leaking fluids
Chevrolet has been subject to many major recalls over the years. One of the largest recalls was for the Chevy Cobalt, in which over two million vehicles were recalled over a defective ignition switch. In addition, Chevrolet faced several recalls centered around various defects in the Takata airbag system.
If you feel that your new or used Chevrolet may be a lemon, do not hesitate to contact Kaufman & Kavicky, LLP today. Let us guide you through the process to determine if you are entitled to compensation for your malfunctioning vehicle.