Chevrolet Lemon Law Information
Chevy’s motto used be “Chevy runs deep” but recently that has been replaced with “Find new roads.” Chevrolet is an American brand that prides itself on class cars and trucks that provide their customers a sweet ride. Unfortunately, this is not always the case with all Chevrolet vehicles. Some vehicles are leaving customers a sour taste in their mouth and would be considered a Chevrolet lemon under both state and federal laws. While each state has its own set of lemon laws, the lemon law in essence states that if your vehicle has a substantial impairment to the safety, use of value of your vehicle, and Chevrolet cannot repair it in a reasonable number of repair attempts then you might be driving a Chevrolet lemon.
Your Chevrolet Lemon Law RightsIf you have experienced any of these issues with your Chevrolet vehicle and have taken it back to the manufacturer for repair it is possible that your vehicle could be a lemon. It is often asked:
- What if my vehicle did not go back right away?
- What if the manufacturer says the problems with my vehicle are normal?
- What if I am now out of warranty?
- What if the manufacturer could not find any problem?
- What if the manufacturer finally fixed the issue?
- What if I cannot afford an attorney?
Determining if your Chevrolet is a Lemon
- Transmission slipping
- Engine leaking oil
- Excessive wind noise from the roof
- A clunking noise from engine
- Transmission slamming into gear
- A delay/hesitation when shifting
- A rough idle
- An excessive vibration from engine and/or transmission
- Airbag light illuminating
- Air conditioner being inoperable
- Navigation system going blank
- Power steering failure
- A popping sound when turning