Buick is a brand of General Motors, LLC that produces American and stylish cars. However, not all Buick cars have the same quality. Some are reliable and well-made. Others are defective and problematic. These cars are called lemons because they have recurring issues or problems that affect their value, safety, or performance. The lemon laws are laws that protect consumers who bought or leased a lemon car. They allow consumers to get a refund or a replacement for their lemon car.
If your Buick has been to an authorized Buick dealer more than once for the same or similar problem, you may have a lemon car and be entitled to compensation.
Is My Buick A Lemon?
You may have a lemon law claim if your Buick vehicle has had recurring problems that the manufacturer could not fix. The lemon law gives you the right to seek a refund or a replacement for your defective Buick. The only requirement is that you took your Buick to an authorized dealership for repairs.
It does not matter how many miles you have driven, whether the problem is still there or not, or whether the manufacturer says it is normal. The lemon law also requires the manufacturer to pay for your legal fees and costs, so you do not have to worry about hiring a lawyer.
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Known Buick Lemon Law Issues
Attorneys at Consumer Action Law Group have extensive experience helping Buick owners with lemon law claims. We have handled cases across the full range of Buick models including the Encore subcompact SUV, the Envision compact crossover, the midsize Enclave SUV, and the Regal sedan.
Here are some of the common problems that Buick owners have reported:
- Crack in frame rail may reduce crash performance; increasing the risk of an injury
- Daytime Running Lights (DRLs) not deactivating as intended; increasing glare; increasing the risk of a crash
- Defective Airbags; increasing the risk of injury in a crash
- Defective power brake assist; increasing the risk of a crash
- Fractured jack can cause vehicle to collapse; increasing the risk of injury
- Insufficient fuel supply can result in an engine stall without warning; increasing the risk of a crash
- Missing bolts on start-stop accumulator endcap; increasing the risk of a crash and fire
- Over-cured tires may lead to loss of vehicle control; increasing the risk of a crash
If your Buick is having repeated problems that affect the safety, usability, or value of the vehicle, it may qualify as a lemon. Some common issues that could make your Buick a lemon include engine problems, transmission issues, electrical faults, brake failure, and more.
If you have made multiple trips to the repair shop for the same defect but it still hasn’t been fixed, then your Buick may be considered a lemon under state lemon law. In that case, you may be eligible for a replacement vehicle or cash compensation from Buick.
Legal Help for Your Problematic Buick Lemon
If you have a Buick that keeps breaking down, you may have a lemon. A lemon is a car that has serious problems that cannot be fixed by the manufacturer or dealer. California Buick lemon laws protect you from getting stuck with a lemon. You may be eligible for a Buick lemon law buyback or replacement if your car meets certain criteria. To find out if you have a lemon and what your rights are, contact our Buick lemon law lawyer today. They can help you get the compensation you deserve for your lemon car.
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