Buick is a division of the American auto-manufacturer, General Motors Company, and is one of the oldest automobile brands in the US and the world.
Buick is also one of the few domestic brands that has achieved an upper band rating in reliability surveys in recent years. It even ranked highest among mass market brands in the J.D. Power 2020 U.S. Vehicle Dependability Study. However, Buick has also seen a substantial decline in customer satisfaction, as reported recently by the American Customer Satisfaction Index (ACSI®). Buick owners are not happy with their vehicles despite what the surveys say. We at Timothy Abeel and Associates see the dissatisfaction firsthand in the many Buick owners that seek out our help. Lemon laws exist to protect consumers of defective vehicles. If you are experiencing problems with your Buick, contact us to find out your rights under your local lemon laws.
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