We have noticed a trend in potential lemon law issues in recent model year Chevrolet Colorado and GMC Canyon trucks. The current version of these mid-size pickup trucks was launched for model year 2015.
Many of these trucks have exhibited transmission problems, with the following descriptions:
|Will not downshift||Losing ability to drive forward (reverse only)|
|Stuck in gear||Transmission failure|
There have also been other noted problems in these trucks, especially with the power steering, engine, fuel system and exhaust system, among others.
Additionally, there have been Technical Service Bulletins (TSBs) and Recalls issued which affect these concerns, and prove that GM is aware of them.
You may have lemon law rights if you have had as few as two complaints for these issues, or for any other problems.
If you think your truck may be a lemon, contact us today for a fast, free and confidential analysis.
Technical Service Bulletins (TSBs) are technical publications from an automobile manufacturer that identify commonly observed issues in a particular range of vehicles and provide diagnostic and repair instruction.
TSBs are used to explain to dealerships and other repair facilities how to repair known issues in a vehicle. When there are numerous TSBs for the same issue, it may show that the manufacturer is constantly assessing, analyzing and updating repair procedures for a persistent problem. TSBs can also relate to Recalls.
If you would like help figuring out out a TSB repair may affect your lemon law claim, contact us today for an evaluation.