Did Garden Grove Dealership Fail to Honor Its Warranty

Our client purchased a 2014 Chevrolet Silverado from Simpson Chevrolet of Garden Grove, located in Orange County. The dealer provided our client with a 3-month/3,000-mile warranty that covered the engine, transmission, and drive axel. Shortly after purchase, our client alleges the vehicle’s sensor warnings began lighting up. He brought the vehicle back to the dealer, who verified that the vehicle had an oil leak, but wouldn’t fix it. The dealer allegedly told our client to monitor the oil levels. After continuing problems and no repair by the dealer, our client allegedly tried to bargain with the dealer, offering to pay half of the repairs. The dealer allegedly still refused to fix the vehicle.

Our client reached out to the attorneys at Rosner, Barry & Babbitt’s Auto Fraud Legal Center. We specialize in auto fraud and lemon law and were able to quickly evaluate our client’s claims. If you purchase a vehicle that you think may be a lemon, and the dealer or manufacturer didn’t honor their warranty, contact jason@rbblawgroup.com for a free evaluation of your potential claims.