Think You've Got a Lemon Cadillac?
You aren't alone. If you think this model year had problems,
let's take a look at another recent year
For its 2004 model year vehicles, Cadillac sent its dealers at least 663 repair
bulletins (called "Technical Service Bulletins"), telling Cadillac
dealers how to try to fix problems in 2004 Cadillac vehicles of all types and
models, including the Escalade, CTS, SRX, Deville, XLR, Seville, and others.
If you think you have a Cadillac Escalade lemon or Cadillac SRX lemon, you
might need our help.
That's an average of 2 or 3 repair bulletins every single day, 5 days a week,
52 weeks a year. And these bulletins don't include Safety Recalls or any federal
investigations for safety defects. It's no wonder some people think they've
got a lemon Cadillac.
How can the lemon law for Cadillac help you? Cadillac lemon laws were specifically
created to help individuals like you. When you are struggling with a Cadillac
Escalade lemon or a Cadillac Deville lemon, the lemon law for Cadillac can
save you countless hours of headache and stress. Contact us for
all the relevant information and help. We can explain Cadillac lemon laws and
can help you interpret the law for your personal situation.
Recent Potential Cadillac Lemons:
- Cadillac STS
- Cadillac SLR
- Cadillac SRX
- Cadillac CTS
- Cadillac Escalade
- Cadillac ESV
- Cadillac EXT
- Cadillac Deville
To find out if you have a lemon contact us
today! Call 1-888-331-6422 or fill out our Contact form.