Consumer alleges Chevrolet Equinox is defective, seeks replacement from GM

By Carrie Bradon | Jun 4, 2019

LOGAN – A Logan County man alleges he purchased a defective Chevrolet Equinox and is seeking a replacement from the manufacturer.

Daniel McIver filed a complaint in Logan Circuit Court against General Motors LLC alleging breach of written warranty, breach of implied warranty and breach of West Virginia's Lemon Law.

The suit states that the plaintiff purchased a 2018 Chevrolet Equinox on Oct. 25, 2017, from a dealership and that it came with warranties. The plaintiff alleges he paid $35,580 for the vehicle but noticed that the vehicle had a number of non-conformities and defects. He alleges a defective engine/electrical system in the vehicle has caused intermittent illumination of the check engine light and headlights that point too high.

The plaintiff alleges he took the vehicle to an authorized service dealer and the manufacturer has allegedly been unable to repair the defects.

The plaintiff is seeking a refund of the money he paid, replacement of the vehicle, attorney fees and court costs. The plaintiff is represented by Michael S. Bailey of Bailey Legal Services PLLC in Barboursville.

The case has been assigned to Judge Joshua Butcher.

Logan Circuit Court case number 19-C-58

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