Do You Think Your GMC is a Lemon?

Buying a lemon is one of the most disappointing aspects of life. So much time, money, and research went into your new GMC purchase, and now you are left with a broken or defective automobile that is nothing like you anticipated. Although you may be upset, there is hope. The California Lemon Law protects consumers from defective automobiles. Our team of qualified lemon law attorneys can help you get your money back, a replacement vehicle, or a cash settlement. We have fought hard for GMC lemon customers in your very shoes to great success. We have the knowledge, experience, and tenacity to see your Lemon Law claim all the way.

We know you’re tired of spending money on this vehicle headache. Now’s the time to take action - our consultation is free and we make the manufacturer of your lemon pay any legal fees.

If we determine that your GMC qualifies as a lemon according to California law, we will begin the legal proceedings immediately.

GMC Models

    • Terrain
    • Canyon
    • Sierra 1500
    • Sierra 2500HD
    • Sierra 3500HD
    • Acadia
    • Yukon
    • Yukon Denali
    • Savana

Most Common Problems with GMC Lemons

GMC trucks and SUVs have a wide range of reported issues. The most complaints came for the Sierra 1500. The 2017 model has seen serious engine issues as well as problems with the seat belts malfunctioning. As for the 2017 Acadia, there are reported problems with the interior accessories, drivetrain, electrical issues, engine, and the fuel system. The Yukon is known to have engine problems, issues with the exterior accessories, drivetrain problems, steering issues, suspension issues, and problems with the transmission.

California Lemon Law

As you are well aware, any new vehicle comes with a manufacturer's warranty that will cover your automobile for various problems, issues, defects, and malfunctions for a set period of time or miles. What you may not be aware of, however, is that if your car is still under its factory warranty, then it is also fully covered by the California Lemon Law. This means that you have more options than making repeated visits to your local GMC dealership for repairs.
To qualify as a lemon, one of the following three stipulations must apply to you, while you are under the factory warranty:

    1. You needed four or more repairs for the same vehicle defect.
    2. You needed two or more safety repairs for an issue that could have resulted in serious bodily harm or death.
    3. You were unable to drive your automobile for a period of 30 days in total.

If your vehicle meets any of the above qualifiers, then you are ready to seek legal representation about your faulty purchase.

Contact Our California Attorneys for a Free Lemon Law Case Review Today

Our team of expert attorneys will fight for your California Lemon Law claim until the manufacturer issues out a settlement worthy of the situation. Call us today to get started!