The Chevy Camaro is an American made street car known for its power and gorgeous
lines. This is what this Rancho Cucamonga lemon law client was expecting when he
purchased his 2011 Chevy Camaro convertible. But instead of an American classic, he
ended up with an American lemon- a Chevy Camaro lemon that had this client having a
sour taste in his mouth.
This Chevy Camaro lemon had issues which did not allow the convertible roof to work.
A convertible without a working roof is simply a car. This Chevy lemon law client
wanted to be able to enjoy the California weather with his top down, but instead was
forced to drive with the top up. This clearly impaired this lemon law client’s use of his
Chevy Camaro lemon.
The lemon law experts at Consumer Law Experts understood why he had purchased this
2011 Chevy Camaro, and were able to empathize with his concerns. A demand was
sent to General Motors which focused on the fact that this lemon law client had suffered
substantial impairment to his use of this Chevy Camaro lemon due to a defective
convertible top. This argument was a huge success and forced GM to repurchase this
Chevy Camaro lemon. The lemon law experts got GM to take back this vehicle, pay off
the balance of the loan on this client’s vehicle, and reimburse him for all his monies paid
towards this car, as well as paying all his attorneys’ fees and costs.
This lemon law client is out of his Chevy Camaro lemon, but can be seen cruising
through San Bernardino in his new convertible with his top down and his sunglasses on.
This is all thanks to the lemon law experts at Consumer Law Experts.