Cadillac is a division of the American automaker General Motors. Founded in 1902 by William Murphy, Lemuel Bowen, and Henry Leland, Cadillac is known for its history of high end, luxury automobiles. Like all vehicles, Cadillac cars are subject to problems and breakdowns relating to parts, materials, and workmanship.
Have you experienced warranty problems or issues with your 2013, 2014, 2015, 2016, 2017 or 2018 Cadillac ATS, CTS, XVS, CT6, XT4, XT5, or Escalade? Common problems include:
- Transmission lunging, lurching, jumping, jerky shifting, or not functioning properly
- Leaking oil, water, fuel, coolant, or other fluids
- Engine issues and failure, loss of power, or sluggish performance
- Vibration in the axles, transmission, steering column, or brakes
- Electrical and computer system problems
- Brake failure and brake overheating
- Repeated check engine and other warning lights turning on
If you've been to the dealer to fix any of these defects (or others) in your car, The Lemon Lawyer can help.
The Song-Beverly Consumer Warranty Act, California's Lemon Law, was created to help consumers whose cars, vehicles, and motorcycles suffer from repeated and persistent problems and defects. If your dealer hasn't been able to fix you car's problems after multiple attempts at repair, or if you've been without your car because it's been in service for too many days, you may have a lemon and be entitled to have your vehicle repurchased under the law. Even better, if your car is determined to be a lemon, you are entitled to have your attorney's fee paid for by Cadillac. Whether you own, finance or lease your car, your rights are the same.
The Lemon Lawyer has helped consumers and car owners throughout California get the help they deserve. Whether you live in Los Angeles, Orange County, San Diego, San Francisco, Sacramento, San Jose, northern California, Riverside, the inland empire, or anywhere else, we can help.
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