Every Bolt has been recalled due to a fire risk. Make your claim now to make Chevy buy back your car & refund you!
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GM is expanding the current Chevrolet Bolt recall to include model year 2017-2022 Chevrolet Bolt vehicles. With this expansion, all Chevrolet Bolt electric vehicles are now recalled due to the risk of the high-voltage battery pack catching fire. The recall applies to all Bolt vehicles, including those that may have received an earlier recall repair for the fire risk issue.
Vehicle owners can visit nhtsa.gov/recalls and enter their 17-digit vehicle identification number for more information on this recall.
A “Lemon” is a term most commonly used to describe a defective vehicle that is still covered by the vehicle manufacturer’s warranty. A Lemon typically has been in for service or repair with the dealership on multiple occasions, or on one or more prolonged occasions. The manufacturer, through its dealership(s), has made “reasonable repair attempts,” and still cannot fix the vehicle’s defect(s).
If you leased or purchased a Lemon in California, you are entitled to:
No. California’s Lemon Law allows a Lemon vehicle owner or lessee to force the manufacturer to pay their attorney’s fees and costs, in addition to a California Lemon Law buyback.
We take the burden of communicating with the manufacturer off of your hands. We confirm that they are paying you all amounts owed to you under California’s Lemon Law, and we’ll file a lawsuit if we think they are not playing fair. It’s nice to have someone who is experienced in the field fighting in your corner, especially for free!
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