People are often drawn to Chevrolet vehicles because of their safety, selection, affordability, and performance. At times, however, Chevrolet vehicles containing defects which cannot be fixed under warranty, are sold or leased to consumers. If your Chevrolet has reoccurring issues or it has spent more than 30 days in the shop, then it is likely that you have purchased or leased a lemon Chevrolet.
Common Defects Experienced By Chevrolet Owners/Lessees
Chevrolet has been under fire for their faulty vehicles and has recalled hundreds of thousands of Chevrolet vehicles over faulty batteries, engines, and seatbelts. For instance, General Motors, the parent company of Chevrolet, has released a defect report to the National Highway Traffic and Safety Administration (NHTSA) regarding its faulty Lithium-Ion batteries. Chevrolet has since admitted that the vehicles that are equipped with a faulty battery may spontaneously catch on fire. It is also believed that vehicles are not safe for normal use as the batteries are capable of igniting in the event that the vehicle is fully charged or falls below seventy miles remaining mileage. In addition, The NHTSA has reported that thousands of Chevrolet vehicles are being investigated for faulty airbags. The issue is that the vehicles’ airbags may not inflate in a crash, thereby putting drivers and passengers at risk. In fact, there has been numerous injuries reported due to this malfunction
Chevrolet uses the catchphrase of “Find New Roads”. However, purchasers or lessees of Chevrolet vehicles cannot travel on new roads in Chevrolet vehicles that are “lemons”. Luckily, the attorneys at Nahavandi & Azimtash LLP are ready, able, and willing to fight Chevrolet on behalf of all consumers who purchased or leased a lemon Chevrolet.
How Does Lemon Law Protect You If You Purchased Or Leased An Chevrolet That May Be A Lemon?
Your Chevrolet may be a lemon if you experienced any of the above issues or any other issues which substantially affect your Chevrolet’s use, safety or value and an authorized Chevrolet repair facility or dealership has been unable to fix the issues within a reasonably number of repair attempts. Your Chevrolet may also be a lemon if your Chevrolet has spent more than 30 days in an authorized Chevrolet repair facility or dealership and has not been fixed. Under the California and Federal lemon laws, you may be entitled to a refund, replacement, or cash compensation for your vehicle. The best part is that you owe us nothing unless we recover compensation for you as the manufacturers are obligated by law to pay your attorneys’ fees.
You Need Experienced Lemon Law Attorneys
If your Chevrolet has experienced multiple issues that has not been fixed, contact us for a free consultation about your lemon law rights. The attorneys at Nahavandi & Azimtash LLP represent clients all over California with their lemon lawsuits and will not stop until they obtain maximum compensation for their clients who were sold or leased a lemon. In addition, our lawyers have experience defending some of the biggest car manufacturers in the world against the very same claims that you may have and therefore, know the tactics and strategies that car manufacturers employ in defending against their lemon lawsuits.
Remember that we will not get paid unless you win.