Cadillac is a luxury brand founded in 1902 and bought soon after by General Motors Company, where it still remains. Cadillac’s original high-end reputation has become inconsistent in an increasingly competitive luxury market. In a recent customer satisfaction survey, it tied for second place and J.D. Power said it improved considerably in its 2020 Dependability Study. However, Caddy’s improvement still only managed a 12th place spot by J.D. Power, and in a similar survey by Consumer Reports, Cadillac came in dead last, where it has hovered for most recent years of this survey.
At Timothy Abeel and Associates, we see many Cadillac owners who have discovered that their vehicle is a lemon. If you are experiencing problems with your Cadillac and want to know what your rights are under the law, contact us for a free case review.
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