Driving a Chevrolet Lemon?

Remember the new-car scent when you first purchased your Chevrolet? If you've had it repaired multiple times and the leather still smells new, you might be driving a lemon. California state law says if you've repaired a warrantied vehicle multiple times for the same issue, you are entitled to compensation from the manufacturer. If your car constantly malfunctions, even though it's brand new, the manufacturer owes you a new vehicle or a refund.

Our team of highly qualified attorneys are ready to fight for your rights as a vehicle owner or borrower. If your brand new Chevrolet is breaking and it's not your fault - you deserve to be compensated.

Lemons are cars needing constant repair right off the assembly line. If your brand new Chevy constantly needs repair, you might be driving a lemon and qualified for reimbursement or replacement. Our legal team specializes in consumer rights. We're reading to get you out of your lemon and into a working vehicle.

Is my Chevrolet a Lemon?

If a defect is destroying your Chevy's value, causing it to malfunction, or threatening your safety, you might qualify for a replacement vehicle or monetary compensation of a significant magnitude. If you're driving one of the following models and having issues, you should seek our legal team's assistance. These models include:

    • Bolt EV
    • Camero
    • Colorado
    • Corevette
    • Cruze
    • Equinox
    • Express
    • Impala
    • Malibu
    • Silverado
    • Sonic
    • Spark
    • SS
    • Suburban
    • Tahoe
    • Traverse
    • Trax
    • Volt

Common Chevrolet Problems:

Are you experiencing any of these issues:

    • Emissions Problems
    • Dead Battery
    • Ignition Issues
    • Brake Light Flickering
    • Difficulty Shifting Gears
    • Intake Manifold Gasket Issues
    • Passlock Problems
    • Transmission Problems

The California Lemon Law

The law says if you have these or other issues and your vehicle is still under factory warranty, the manufacturer is responsible. You are entitled to the working vehicle or compensation you deserve. If you meet one or more of these criteria, the Lemon Law applies to you:

    • Have you repaired the same thing four times under factory warranty?
    • Have you had the same major safety issue twice under factory warranty?
    • Has your warrantied vehicle failed to function for thirty consecutive days?

If so, you may be entitled to compensation.

Get Started Today

Check immediately to see if you qualify for compensation under the Lemon Law. We have the best consumer rights lawyers standing by to let you know whether we can get you the working vehicle you deserve. Never take your vehicle to the repair shop again. Get relief from the constant stress of an unsafe vehicle. Stop trying to make your lemon into lemonade and call for a free case review at 1-800-558-1087.