Buick Lemon Law Attorney

Buick is an American auto manufacturing company and a division of General Motors LLC. Buick has been marketed a General Motors’ luxury/premium line. Like other manufacturers, Buick has sold cars the exhibit serious safety concerns that manifest themselves during the warranty period. The Buick lemon law attorneys at Quill & Arrow Law have years of experience dealing with the common issues and defects associated with Buick vehicles.

If you have presented your Buick for issues or defects to one of Buick’s authorized repair facilities during the warranty period, you may have rights under California’s lemon law.

Our Buick lemon law attorneys have dealt with issues in all different types of models and styles of Acura vehicles.

The following Buick vehicles are subject to California’s lemon law: Buick Envision, Buick Enclave, Buick Avenir, Buick Regal, and Buick Lacrosse.

While Buick offers many features, there are also some problems that are common with the brand. Common Issues and Defects with Buick Vehicles include the following:

  • Defective Sensors
  • Electrical Issues
  • Faulty Airbags
  • Transmission Slippage/Jerking
  • Excessive Oil Consumption
  • Suspension Issues
  • Steering System Defects
  • Check Engine Light
  • Engine Overheating

The Quill & Arrow Difference

California’s lemon law requires that a manufacturer have an opportunity to fix your defective vehicle in a reasonable number of repair attempts. Our Buick lemon law attorneys at Quill & Arrow Law have expert experience understanding the different defects associated with Buick vehicles. Our Buick lemon law attorneys have a proven track record of fighting against Buick.

When you speak to one of our Buick lemon law attorneys, you will be given an opportunity to discuss your repair order history and experiences with Buick’s repair facilities. If your Buick has been subject to any of the above-mentioned issues or others, please call one of our expert Buick lemon law attorneys so that we can show you the Quill & Arrow difference.

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