After eight (8) unsuccessful repair attempts on her 2012 Chevrolet Cruze, a California resident contacted our lemon law offices for advice and help. She told us she was experiencing problems with her vehicle’s engine, electrical, electronic, and steering systems. These defects included:
- Stalling under normal operating conditions.
- StabiliTrac light that remains on.
- Traction control light that remains on.
- Malfunctioning audio system.
- Grinding felt in steering wheel when turning.
After a short consultation and a review of the repair orders and purchase contract, we determined that she had a valid lemon law claim. Immediately after retaining our services, we filed a demand to GMC to buy back the defective Cruze. GMC agreed to repurchased the vehicle, pay off the balance of the purchase, and reimbursed our client for her down payment and monthly payments; less the mileage fee allowed under the California lemon law. The manufacturer also paid all attorney fees. Our client could not have been happier with the outcome of her lemon law claim.
If you are one of the many individuals frustrated and overwhelmed by your defective vehicle, call the Law Offices of Delsack & Associates, P.C. at 888-395-3666 or fill in and submit the case review form at the top of this page. We can help you determine if your vehicle qualifies under the California Lemon Law and whether you are entitled to a buyback. There is nothing to lose except your lemon.