For over 100 years, Chevrolet has become as synonymous with America as, well, baseball, hot dogs, apple pie and Chevrolet. While the catchy tune and ad campaign helped drive the auto manufacturer to great success over the years, the company has had its share of serious issues with many of its models, some of which persist despite numerous repair attempts. Chevy, we may have a lemon.

My Chevrolet lemon watch list

As a California Lemon Law attorney, I keep a close watch on the makes and models of automobiles that are chronic lemons. Here are the Chevrolet models (2015-2021) currently on my watch list and why:

  • Cruz: transmission, steering problems
  • Colorado: transmission, vibration, engine and infotainment problems
  • Tahoe: electrical, transmission, A/C, brake and dashboard problems
  • Blazer: engine, electrical system, speed control and trailer hitch problems
  • Bolt:  issues include battery, powertrain, brake, software and torsion beam problems
  • Camaro:  issues include water and coolant leaks, ignition and fuel pump problems
  • Corvette: issues include engine, transmission, vibration, electrical, twin-turbo power and exhaust system problems
  • Equinox: issues include transmission, engine and stalling problem
  • Impala: issues include ignition problems
  • Malibu: issues include coolant and engine oil leaks, overheating and transmission problems
  • Spark: issues include engine, power train, electrical system, airbag, break, speed control, fuel system and steering problems
  • Suburban: issues include AC refrigerant leaks, brake, exterior lighting and power tailgate problems
  • Trailblazer: issues include AC, cooling fan, check engine light, fuel level sensor and valve problems
  • Traverse: issues include heating, ventilation, air conditioning, airbag, traction, steering, alignment, fuel injection, leak and transmission problems
  • Trax: issues include engine, transmission, fuel system, electric system, suspension, brakes and power equipment problems
  • Volt: issues include transmission, power, engine and steering problems

Can the California Lemon Law help Chevy owners?

If you own one of the Chevy models listed above and think you have a potential lemon on your hands, I have good news for you. New and used Chevrolet vehicles are covered by the California Lemon Law if they meet the following conditions:

  1. The Chevrolet vehicle was purchased or leased from a dealership here in California.
  2. You have repeatedly brought the vehicle to the dealer for repairs and they can’t seem to fully fix it.
  3. The problems are not minor, meaning they are serious enough to negatively affect the vehicle’s use, safety, or value.

 Your next steps

If your new or used Chevrolet meets these conditions, you may have a case. Under the California Lemon Law, Chevrolet could be required to provide you with a refund or replacement vehicle for your lemon. However, it is important to understand that automotive manufacturers do not make it easy for consumers to obtain the refund or replacement that they deserve. That’s why many vehicle owners turn to lemon law experts like California lemon law attorney Sotera Anderson  to understand their legal options and obtain representation for the best settlement.

Think you have a claim? Get a free, no-obligation case evaluation from Sotera L. Anderson, California Lemon Law Attorney, here or call  1-855-96-LEMON, or (858) 247-0050. Visit our website for more information.