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Chevrolet, commonly called Chevy, is a division of the American auto manufacturer General Motors (GM). Founded in 1911, Chevrolet has been one of the most popular vehicle manufacturers worldwide. Chevy manufactures a wide range of vehicles, including trucks, SUVs, and compact cars. Chevy customers enjoy their affordability and reliability. Unfortunately, some customers purchase Chevy lemons that have ongoing problems.

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Have you purchased a Chevy that is a lemon? Has the manufacturer failed to remedy the problem? In that case, you may be entitled to a buyback or replacement vehicle under California’s lemon law. Don’t hesitate to contact our experienced Chevy lemon law attorneys at Wirtz Law to schedule a free case evaluation. We will review your case and help you understand your legal rights.

California’s Lemon Law 

California’s lemon law applies to new vehicles repaired under the manufacturer’s warranty. In some cases, consumers are protected under the lemon law after the warranty has expired as long as they presented their vehicle for repairs while the warranty was still in effect. Consumers who have purchased or leased a Chevy can file a claim under California’s lemon law. Any motor vehicle, including a Chevy, can be considered a lemon under California’s lemon law. 

When a vehicle has a defect or multiple problems that satisfy California lemon law requirements, the vehicle owner may qualify for a buyback or a replacement. When an automobile is defective, the vehicle maker and its dealer has the obligation to repair the issue. After they’ve made a reasonable number of repair attempts, the owner can file a claim against them if the vehicle still isn’t fixed. 

The number of repairs varies in each case but typically requires a minimum of two attempts at repair. If the vehicle still prohibits dependable and safe transportation after two or more repairs, the vehicle may be considered a lemon. All of the following types of Chevy models are covered under California’s lemon law:

  •  Chevrolet Avalanche 
  •  Chevrolet Aveo 
  • Chevrolet Blazer 
  • Chevrolet Bolt EV
  • Chevrolet Camaro 
  • Chevrolet Caprice 
  • Chevrolet Captiva Sport 
  • Chevrolet City Express 
  • Chevrolet Cruze
  • Chevrolet Menlo
  •  Chevrolet Onix
  • Chevrolet Spark
  • Chevrolet Cavalier
  • Chevrolet Malibu
  • Chevrolet Optra
  • Chevrolet Sail
  • Chevrolet Colorado
  • Chevrolet Corvette
  • Chevrolet Silverado
  • Chevrolet Suburban
  • Chevrolet Tahoe
  • Chevrolet Trailblazer

Is Your Chevy a Lemon?

If you aren’t sure whether your Chevy is a lemon or not, the best thing you can do is consult with one of the experienced lemon law attorneys at Wirtz Law. We will provide you with a free case evaluation and help you understand whether you’re eligible for protection under California’s lemon law. If you answer yes to the following questions, there’s a good chance that your vehicle may be a lemon:

  • You’ve given the manufacturer at least two chances to repair your vehicle
  • The problem was not resolved
  • The Chevy is covered by the warranty or was covered when the problem started
  • The problem negatively affects the value, safety, or use of the vehicle

Under California law, consumers only have four years to bring a lemon law claim. The sooner you discuss your case with an attorney, the better.

How Does the Chevy Lemon Law Buyback Process Work?

You will need to show that you have made a reasonable number of attempts to have a Chevy dealership repair your vehicle to prevail in a lemon law claim. It’s important that you keep documentation of all of the repairs on your lemon vehicle, such as receipts and work orders from each of your repair appointments.  You can get those from the dealership if you don’t have them by simply asking for the records.  There isn’t an exact number of what constitutes reasonable repairs, but two is the minimum number. If your car is still experiencing defects after two or more repair attempts, you may have a lemon.  

Additionally, suppose your Chevy has been at a dealership for repairs for the same defect for 30 days or more since you bought it. In that case, your vehicle is probably a lemon, and Chevy will likely be required to buy back your vehicle or provide you with a new vehicle.

Common  Defects in Chevys

Chevy manufacturers a wide range of vehicles with their own sets of common problems. However, some of the most common defects that Chevy owners experience include the following:

  • Steering issues
  • The engine won’t start
  • Battery dies regularly
  • Doors won’t lock
  • The air conditioning does not work
  • Braking problems
  • Poor acceleration
  • Stalling
  • Check Engine Light
  • Transmission is not smooth during starting and stopping

The Benefit of Working with a Skilled Chevrolet Lemon Law Attorney

While you probably assumed your vehicle would remain in good working order while under warranty, purchasing a Chevy that qualifies as a lemon can be problematic and inconvenient or even dangerous. You may be required to pay for a rental vehicle, and you may lose valuable time trying to deal with the repairs, or you may put you, your family and other drivers on the road at risk

Even though California’s lemon law favors consumers, it’s still challenging to navigate. When you work with us, you can rest assured that our trial-ready skilled lemon law attorneys will advocate strongly in your case for the best outcome possible. We’ve recovered tens of millions of dollars in compensation for our clients and know how to successfully navigate California lemon law claims.  We are among the best at getting your money back and also getting civil penalties when Chevy doesn’t follow the lemon law.

Contact a Chevrolet Lemon Law Attorney in California

If you’ve purchased a defective Chevy vehicle, you have rights under California’s lemon law.  If you are Chevy qualifies as a lemon, General Motors may be required to buy back your vehicle or replace it with a new vehicle. You don’t have to keep putting up with the stress of taking your vehicle to the repair shop repeatedly. Contact Wirtz Law today to schedule your free case evaluation and learn more about how we can help you resolve this issue.  And when we win, the California lenon law requires Chevy to pay your attorney’s fees and costs.

The lemon law attorneys at Wirtz Law help residents of California with the Chevy lemon law claims all throughout California including Los Angeles, San Diego, and Orange County. 

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