If your 2017 Chevrolet Suburban is not performing as it should you may be entitled to compensation. The Suburban is a great value family SUV and is reliable in many ways, but there have been several complaints raised. Whenever you have a fault with your car your dealer should do all that they can to resolve the issue and if there is no fix then the lemon law may offer relief.
Reported complaints with the Chevy Suburban include shaking and vibrating while driving and squeaky seats on the driver’s side. Other drivers have reported complaints with rough idle, check engine lights appearing, and poor tires.
Details of Complaints with the 2017 Chevrolet Suburban
Second Row Seats Vibrate
Drivers have reported serious issues with this model of car vibrating but GM has struggled to diagnose the cause of this “Death Rattle.” The shaking and vibrating kicks in at speeds of 45 mph and over and have caused dizziness and headaches among drivers. Dealers have tried balancing tires but to no avail, which is a sign that you may have been sold a lemon.
Driver’s Seat Squeaks
The driver’s seat in this model and other GM cars is prone to squeaking. For some, this problem occurs several thousand miles in but for others the starts at very low mileage.
Breaking is Stiff
Drivers have reported issues with the brake pedal being stiff after stopping. This has caused real problems when coming to a complete stop at traffic lights and is a concern that should be dealt with seriously.
When in reverse, the camera on the Chevy Suburban is extremely bright. The brightness of the light cannot be altered and the glare can cause problems with cars behind as well as causing problems when looking into the rear mirror.
The NHTSA has issued two recalls for the 2017 Chevy Suburban which includes:
- Frontal airbags may not deploy
- Incorrect side mirror installed
These recalls are the same as the 2016 Chevy Suburban.
Expert Legal Advice from California Lemon Law Center
When dealing with any complaint about your car your should take the vehicle into to your dealer. If the fault on your 2017 Chevy Suburban cannot be fixed then you could be entitled to compensation under lemon law. Contact California Lemon Law Center today for expert advice on your next steps to take.