What defect are you talking about? Can we also evoke it ?Terpnut said:Remember to get satisfaction from just about any lemon law, you must have a significant problem that you took to the dealer X number of times in Y number of days and they could NOT solve it. Or the vehicle has to be substantially undrivable/unavailable to you for a some very high percentage of the time.
In my case, Cadillac and its local dealer were repeatedly unable to fixing a cruise control problem (actually, it's a defect on ALL SRX's). Soon after hiring a good lemon law attorney, Cadillac capitulated and sent a unexpectedly large settlement check! Remember that lemon law attorneys are state-specific. I used http://www.lemonlaw.com/.
The following is the case with nearly all the 2004 models and their cruise controls (not sure if they've fixed it in more recent builds):[email protected] said:What defect are you talking about? Can we also evoke it ?
I will only say that both the attorney and I got an amount with 3 zeros--all for a blasted CC! I received over 6 times what I thought was fair because of GM's own stonewalling and incompetence, and because of one hyper-aggressive sue-happy (but experienced) lawyer. If only GM had dealt with me directly and honestly, we probably could have come to a mutually-agreeable remedy without the additional overhead and cost of lawyers. Everytime this happens, all of our vehicles get just a little more expensive! :bigroll:louisn said:Terpnut, what was the settlement with GM? Inquiring mind want to know!