Chevrolet, often referred to more casually as Chevy, is an American vehicle manufacturer that is part of a larger manufacturer called General Motors (GM). Chevrolet automobiles are sold internationally and are widely recognized for their accessible trucks and cars. Chevrolet’s slogan used to be “Chevy runs deep,” but has recently been altered to “Find new roads.” This speaks to the adventurous nature of Chevrolet cars and their ability to drive on a wide range of road conditions. However, even though Chevrolet has a reputation for creating accessible and reliable vehicles, it’s possible that your Chevrolet car could be a lemon under both federal and state law.
Even though every state has a unique set of lemon laws, if you have experienced multiple safety or usage issues with your Chevrolet that have required repairs each time, your car will generally be considered a lemon by most states.
You should not be forced to drive a lemon because you are unaware of your rights as a consumer. If you believe you could be driving a lemon, reach out to an experienced lemon law attorney who can help evaluate your case.