7/15/ 21Purchased 2018 Yukon denali XL from a GM dealership for $67,573 & 34,921 miles
6/08 Vehicle started shaking while idle. I received a low oil alert on my phone. Checked oil & it was 75% full.
6/13 Took vehicle to mechanic to have the idle issue looked into. While... Read more »
answered on Aug 23, 2022
The Lemon Law only applies to new vehicles. However, you may have claims against the dealer or manufacturer because of the warranty issues. The Magnuson-Moss Act may apply. If you also purchased a service contract, additional claims may apply. You need to take all of the purchase and warranty... Read more »
This is just a nightmare am going to lose my job because of this I don’t understand if they couldn’t do the verbal agreement why so I could have try to figure something out rather then lose my job am a signal mom I really need my job I only complained because I was waiting with no response just... Read more »
answered on Aug 23, 2020
You might possibly be able to get them to give you the car back if you make all past due payments plus pay late charges - but they can legally refuse to agree to do that, and they can demand you pay off the loan in full - just because of missing one payment. You loan agreement most likely says any... Read more »
My complaint was about two safety recalls and having a dead registration and tags been waiting since April also they lied about the vehicle ever being in a accident before I purchase it I’ve been getting ignored but if I call from a different from they pick up but say I’ll call back but don’t... Read more »
answered on Aug 23, 2020
This is something that you need specific advice about including a review of all of the paperwork you signed. Verbal agreements are generally not enforceable, but you may have claims against the dealer. Contact an experienced auto fraud attorney for advice. Do not delay, you will not be able to get... Read more »
answered on Jul 23, 2020
There is no way for us to give you a reliable answer to such a general question. You need to take the contract for purchase to an attorney and speak to the attorney in detail about what was said about the car and so forth, and what was wrong with the car.
answered on Jul 23, 2020
There is no "lemon law" for a used vehcile in North Carolina. You need to personally speak to an attorney about what was represented about the car in order to determine if you have a case. This is way too fact intensive to be asked on an online forum such as Justia. In gereral, your... Read more »
There was a recall on the clutch and we fixed that issue before the recall and are trying to get reimbursed. The same issue has happened though on top of other issues. The car is used to and from work and normal use. It is only about 18 months old and we have sunk about $6,000 repairs on a brand... Read more »
answered on Jun 17, 2020
I assume you purchased the vehicle new. If you purchased a used vehicle, the lemon law does not apply. Here are the basic lemon law details for a few vehicle.
The problem occurs in some part of the vehicle that is covered by the manufacturer’s warranty and you are within the warranty... Read more »
He also claimed it wasn’t in a collision . A pre purchase inspection found it was falling apart, many codes hidden, and there was evidence of it having been in a collision. Is this legal in NC?
answered on Aug 20, 2019
No, it violates federal and likely state laws. If someone bought it they need to contact the consumer division of the AG's office.
I bought a van a month ago and took it just yesterday to have to oil changed. I found out the the powersteering boot was ripped open and leaking, among other problems. According to the service department at Toyota, the van should not have passed inspection. If this is true, is the dealership I... Read more »
answered on Feb 16, 2016
You might have a claim, but more info is needed. Talk to a local lawyer. A strong letter from a lawyer might help.
Please Take Notice: I am not your lawyer unless we enter into an engagement agreement in writing. This is only general information. It is NOT legal advice, and it may not work... Read more »
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