General Motors, or GM, is the leading automobile manufacturer in the U.S. with core brands such as Buick, Cadillac, Chevrolet and GMC. Selling over 10 million vehicles in 2016 alone, General Motors has established a reputation as a mainstay in the American automotive market. Unfortunately, like other manufacturers, General Motors has sold cars which exhibit serious safety concerns that manifest themselves during the warranty period. The General Motors lemon law attorneys at Quill & Arrow Law have years of experience dealing with the common issues and defects associated with General Motors vehicles.
If you have presented your General Motors for issues or defects to one of GM’s authorized repair facilities during the warranty period, you may have rights under California’s lemon law.
Our General Motors lemon law attorneys have dealt with issues in all different types of models and styles of GM vehicles. The following General Motors vehicles are subject to California’s lemon law:
Mid-size Luxury SUV
Luxury Sports Coupe / Convertible
Mid-size Coupe / Convertible
Sedan / Hatchback
While General Motors offers many features, there are also some problems that are common with the brand. Common issues and defects with General Motors vehicles include the following:
- Defective sensors
- Spontaneous shutoff
- Transmission banging into gear
- Delay when shifting
- Rough idle
- Excessive vibration
- Electrical issues
- Faulty airbags
- Transmission slippage/jerking
- Excessive oil consumption
- Defective seat belts
- Suspension issues
- Steering system defects
- Check engine light
- Engine overheating
The Quill & Arrow Difference
If your General Motors vehicle has been presented to a General Motors authorized repair facility on one or more occasions during the warranty period, you may have rights under the California lemon law. The General Motors lemon law attorneys at Quill & Arrow Law have expert experience understanding the different defects and symptoms associated with General Motors vehicles. Whether it’s spontaneous stalling, braking system failure, or another defect, our General Motors law attorneys collaborate to understand the history of these inherent problems to demonstrate GM’s inability to properly address and conform your vehicle to its factory warranty.
California’s lemon law requires that a manufacturer have an opportunity to fix your defective vehicle in a reasonable number of repair attempts. When you speak to one of our General Motors lemon law attorneys, you will be given an opportunity to discuss your repair order history and experiences with GM authorized repair facilities so that we can appropriately assist you and get you out of your defective vehicle. If your GM vehicle has been subject to any of the above-mentioned issues or others, please call one of our expert General Motors lemon law attorneys so that we can show you the Quill & Arrow difference.