California Lemon Law Attorneys

California Buick Lemon Law Lawyers

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Do you drive a 2014+ Buick vehicle?

As an early division of General Motors, Buick was one of the first American automobile manufacturers to rise to prominence in 1899. Buick became an upscale luxury brand second only to Cadillac by the 1930s and remains today as one of the oldest brands and a founder of the automotive industry. Unfortunately, not all Buick models today live up to the brand’s prominent name. In fact, several Buick models have made their way to the top of the lemon list, including:

  • Buick Encore
  • Buick Encore GX
  • Buick LaCrosse
  • Buick Envision
  • Buick Regal
  • Buick Enclave
  • Buick Avenir

Today’s high-volume vehicle manufacturing processes, over-engineering, and failure on the part of manufacturers to produce reliable motor vehicles result in some car models rolling off the production lines with defects that send them back to dealerships for fruitless repair attempts over and over again.

Fortunately, California’s Lemon Law protects consumers, not only against the financial losses they face with a defective Buick but also from the risk of continuing to drive unsafe vehicles with serious defects.

If you think your Buick may be a lemon, the lemon law attorneys at Young & Young APC are ready to offer a free consultation. Our attorneys understand the significant safety issues, ongoing expenses, and inconvenience of having a defective vehicle. We are tough advocates for our client’s rights under California’s lemon law, and serve people throughout the entire state of California, including, Los Angeles.


Reported Buick lemon law issues include: Engine, Suspension, Transmission, Steering, Electrical System, Cooling System, and Air Bags. Hard gear-shifting, gasket leaks, and power window failures are also common recurring problems with the above Buick models.

If your Buick has been in and out of the repair shop and you still face repeated failures with any of the above systems, you may have a lemon. Fortunately, you don’t have to live with constant repair attempts or worries about driving an unsafe vehicle. California’s lemon law means you have rights. Under specific conditions, the manufacturer may have to buy back your Buick. If you can show that your Buick has defects that significantly impair its safety, use, and value, you may qualify for replacement or repurchase of the vehicle.

How Does California Law Define a Lemon?

When a vehicle still has significant recurring failures after a reasonable number of attempts at repair, California law defines it as a “lemon.” You may have rights under the Lemon Law under the following circumstances:

  • Your Buick’s defect still poses a safety hazard after two attempts at repair
  • If your Buick has spent more than 30 cumulative days in a repair shop for any defect even if it isn’t a safety hazard.

Does My Buick Qualify for a Buy-Back or Replacement Under the California Lemon Law?

If your car has undergone a reasonable number of repair attempts and still has a defect, it may qualify as a lemon and require the manufacturer to buy it back or replace it under the following conditions:

  • It’s still covered under the original warranty
  • The defects caused problems within the first 18,000 miles or 18 months of your ownership
  • The defect causes a safety issue, reduces the car’s value, or negatively impacts its use.

When you’ve invested money and time into a vehicle only to find that it spends more time in the repair shop than on the road or in your garage, you deserve compensation.

Why Choose Young & Young APC for Your Lemon Law Case?

If you think your Buick may qualify as a lemon under the terms of California’s lemon law, a lemon law attorney at Young & Young APC is ready to work diligently on your behalf to ensure you’re compensated with a buy-back or replacement vehicle. Our team has already recovered millions of dollars for our clients in California and we are committed to providing individual attention to each client inconvenienced or endangered by defective vehicles. Contact our California office today so we can begin a strategy for your case.