Cadillac is a division of luxury General Motors vehicles. Cadillac is a top consumer choice in the United States and in 34 additional markets across the globe. Historically, Cadillac has been at the top of the line for luxury vehicles in the United States with substantial U.S. and global yearly sales. Named after Antoine de la Mothe Cadillac, Cadillac is one of the oldest automobile brands, which was founded in 1902. For over 100 years, Cadillac has been at the forefront of technology, engineering and luxury.
Is Your Cadillac a Lemon?
Have you found yourself taking your Cadillac into the dealer for repeated repairs? Are you suspicious that your Cadillac is a lemon? If you purchased or leased a new or used Cadillac and have presented it to an authorized Cadillac or General Motors dealership for repeated warranty repairs, chances are that your Cadillac is a lemon. Good news is that California has excellent consumer protection statutes that will protect you and provide you with compensation for your defective vehicle. If your Cadillac is a lemon, General Motors will be required to refund your money, pay off any outstanding loan and make a reasonable contribution towards your attorneys fees and costs.
Common Cadillac Lemon Law Defects
Cadillac manufacturers many different types and styles of vehicle from luxury sedans to extended sports utility vehicles. Below is a list of the Cadillac models:
- Cadillac ATS
- Cadillac CTS
- Cadillac XTS
- Cadillac CT6
- Cadillac XT5 CROSSOVER
- Cadillac ESCALADE
- Cadillac ESCALADE ESV
The attorneys of the Lemon Law Experts, have successfully assisted many California Cadillac consumers who own and lease all models of Cadillacs with their lemon law claims. Consumers have reported some common problems with their Cadillacs, which include but are not limited to the following:
- Engine stalling while in operation
- Engine failure
- Engine running rough
- Illumination of the check engine light
- Loss of power
- Unintended acceleration
- Rough idle
- Emissions system shuts down
- Illumination of the power steering warning lights
- Vibration in floor and rumbling
- Refrigerant leak
- Broken control arm
- Broken roll bar connection
- Broken strut tower
- Broken drive axle
- Steering column lock error
- And more…
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What You Should Do if You Suspect Your Cadillac is a Lemon
If your Cadillac is experiencing problems with any of its systems, you should take it into an authorized Cadillac or General Motors dealership for warranty repair work. Make sure that the dealership accurately reports your complaints on your repair orders and be mindful of saving a complete set of all of your documentation. If you suspect your Cadillac is a lemon, you are not alone. Approximately 1.5% of all vehicles sold or leased in California are lemons. Do not worry! You have rights. Contact the Lemon Law Experts today for a case evaluation. The attorneys of the Lemon Law Experts are some of the best in the nation. Our firm has been practicing lemon law for over a decade and we are focused and dedicated to advocating the rights of lemon law consumers state wide. If you suspect your Cadillac is a lemon, contact the Lemon Law Experts today for a case review.