Is your Chevrolet a lemon? Chevrolet lemon law case experience

Any car, whether new, used, leased, or acquired, may be the subject of a lemon law. The Chevrolet Corvette, Chevrolet Camaro, Chevrolet Cruze, Chevrolet Malibu, Chevrolet Impala, Chevrolet Tahoe, Chevrolet Suburban, Chevrolet Traverse, Chevrolet Silverado, and Chevrolet Volt are just a few of the Chevrolet vehicles for which lemon law claims have been made. Common defects are listed:

  •    Brake Issues
  •    Check Engine Light
  •    Jolting and Thumping
  •    Structure Defects
  •    Transmission slipping
  •    A clunking noise from engine
  •    Airbag malfunctions
  •    Oil leakage

If you have experienced any of these issues with your General Motors vehicle and have presented it for warranty repairs, it might be a lemon. This article is currently for you if you have a GM and want to get an information about Lemon Law or you just want to be aware of Lemon Law car defects.

Brake, Engine, Transmission Defects in Chevrolet Silverado – Lemon law case


Defects involving brakes, engines, or transmissions are arguably the most dangerous defects a car can have. It would be very unlucky to have those defects in your new vehicle. But, what if you have all three? A Chevrolet customer had this experience with their vehicle, and it could potentially lead to a lawsuit. The situation started when our client purchased a new 2019 Chevrolet Silverado in late 2019. In the following months, their vehicle started showing many defects, such as:

  •        Brake Issues – The client’s vehicle had many brake problems which had to be repaired multiple times. At first, the brakes made a clicking noise when they were being applied, and the dealership claimed this was a normal noise and not a defect after three repair attempts. Afterwards, the vehicle had to be repaired two other times due to, what was described as, “pulsating” brakes.
  •      Check Engine Light – Another repeating issue for our client was the appearance of the check engine light. When the vehicle was first taken in for this issue, the dealership blamed a prior recall repair attempt that had caused an issue in the brake system. The second check engine light repair was caused by the client not using the parking brake, according to the dealership. The check engine light also flickered on and off a few times, but the dealership was unable to duplicate this issue so no repair was administered.
  •       Jolting and Thumping – The client felt different types of turbulence when they were driving their car. For example, the acceleration would pull the car back and forth, the vehicle would jolt and make noise when coming to a stop, and there would be a thumping noise coming from the back of the vehicle when going over bumps and dips.
  •      Structure Defects – There were many general structural issues that the client noticed in their vehicle, such as the driver and passenger side window rattling up when going up or down, a sun visor being loose and a speaker grill not being aligned properly. There were separate repairs for all of these issues.

Get the help from our attorneys!

The amount of dangerous defects that can be found on a single vehicle should raise a few alarms for you. Our client had experienced the issues in their new vehicle only a few months after purchasing, which just goes to show how unpredictable defects are. But, if you have experienced defects in your vehicle, there is a way to get compensation. The client contacted The Margarian Law Firm to get reimbursed for their defective vehicle, and so can you.

The Margarian Law Firm specializes in Lemon Law, Dealer Fraud, and Consumer Class Actions. Lemon Law allows customers who have had vehicles with multiple irreparable defects, also called Lemons, get compensation. We are helping the client as well as many others get compensation for their Lemons, and we can help you too. Compensation for Lemons can include the buyback of the defective vehicle, the payment of attorney’s fees, or a cash settlements. If you have a Lemon, contact The Margarian Law Firm at (818) 553-1000.




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