SAN FRANCISCO – A Fairfield couple alleges a vehicle they leased has defects and they are entitled to replacement or reimbursement.
Leticia C. Maturin and Fermin P. Maturin filed a complaint on Dec. 27 in the San Francisco Superior Court against General Motors LLC; DGDG 18 LLC, doing business as Team Chevrolet Cadillac Mazda Hyundai; and Does 1 through 10 over alleged violation of the Song-Beverly Act.
According to the complaint, on Feb. 11, 2015, the plaintiffs leased a new 2015 Cadillac Escalade accompanied with express warranties that General Motors undertook to preserve or maintain the utility or performance or provide compensation if there was a failure in such utility or performance.
The plaintiffs allege the vehicle was delivered with serious defects and nonconformities to warranty. They allege they took the vehicle to an authorized General Motors repair facility and it was unable to conform the vehicle to the warranties despite repair attempts.
The plaintiffs allege they revoke acceptance of the vehicle and are entitled to replacement or reimbursement.
The plaintiffs request a trial by jury and seek judgment for all damages, rescission of the purchase contract, diminution in value, civil penalty, prejudgment interest, attorney's fees, costs of suit and such other and further relief as the court deems just and proper. They are represented by Steve Mikov and Amy Morse of Knight Law Group LLP in Los Angeles.
San Francisco Superior Court case number CGC18572354