Chevrolet Camaro: Complaints & Recalls

Originally conceived as Chevrolet’s 1967 answer to the popular Ford Mustang, the Chevrolet Camaro has proven its staying power over the last five decades.Packed with plenty of power, rear wheel drive to enhance grip, and a relatively affordable price tag, the Camaro is a favorite among muscle car enthusiasts young and old, and it often finds its way onto the silver screen in the latest action movies.

Though there’s certainly been a special hype surrounding the vehicle for the last 50 years, it’s not without its occasional faults. If you believe your Camaro may have been sold to you with a known defect, reach out to us at 833.422.7529 for a free consultation and we will investigate the problem.

Yearly Chevrolet Camaro Complaints, Investigations, and Recalls

If you purchased a new Camaro in the last few years, know what drivers have reported to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration:

2015 Chevrolet Camaro

Driver complaints have covered:

Reasons for recalls include:

  • Side impact airbag may rupture. This could prevent the airbag from inflating properly, and it may also distribute metal fragments throughout the vehicle. This could injure passengers.

2016 Chevrolet Camaro

Driver complaints have covered:

Reasons for recalls include:

  • Audio warning system occasionally fails. This system is responsible for alerting drivers when they’re not using their seat belts. This could lead to increased injuries in a crash.

2017 Chevrolet Camaro

Driver complaints have primarily focused on:

2018 Chevrolet Camaro

Drivers have submitted complaints about:

Seek Legal Assistance for Your Chevrolet Camaro

If you’ve experienced one of the problems above, or something similar, you can report it directly to the NHTSA so they can compile your complaint in their database. If they receive enough complaints on your same topic, they may launch an investigation into the matter.

Report your problem within the original warranty period and you will have the Magnuson-Moss Warranty Act working in your favor. This federal law was designed to protect consumers from unethical warranty practices. If a dealership failed to fix a warrantable defect within three or more attempts and/or your vehicle has been out of service for 20 or more days, you may have a viable suit against the manufacturer for breach of warranty.

You may also have state lemon laws on your side. Like the Magnuson-Moss Warranty Act, these laws exist to extend extra protection to you, the consumer.

Don’t keep driving your Camaro back to the dealership for repairs. Robison Lemon Law Group LLC can help you navigate both the Magnuson-Moss Warranty Act and state lemon laws to ensure you receive the justice you deserve.

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