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Corvette Z06s Limping Across the Finish Line

Have you had problems with the cooling system of your 2015 or 2016 Chevrolet Corvette Z06? Has the cooling system of your 2015 or 2016 Z06 Corvette failed to function properly, causing the powertrain of your car to overheat, sending your car into “Limp Mode”?

General Motors advertised 2015 and 2016 Corvette Z06s as “…a true world-class supercar” that was “[c]onceived on the track and engineered alongside the C7.R race car…”  These vehicles sold at world class prices: $80,000-$120,000 each. In fact, the Corvette appears to have an ineffective cooling system which causes the transmission and rear differential to overheat and go into “Limp Mode”. Limp Mode causes drastically reduced speed and performance, often forcing the driver to stop the Corvette in order to protect the engine.

In addition to manifesting this problem on the race track, your Corvette can also go into “Limp Mode” in non-track driving conditions. This means your Z06 could potentially overheat and go into Limp Mode, causing your transmission and rear differential to stop functioning properly while you are on the freeway, putting you and your loved ones at risk by forcing you to pull over, potentially under hazardous conditions, to allow time for the transmission and rear differentials to cool down.

The Law Office of Richard Schechter, P.C. just filed a Class Action Complaint against General Motors for latent defects in the air conditioning systems of Silverados, Sierras, Escalades, Tahoes, Suburbans and Yukons.

We are now investigating claims against General Motors for owners and lessees of 2015 or 2016 Corvette Z06s. To schedule a free consultation concerning these claims or any others you might have, please contact the Law Office of Richard Schechter, P.C. at 713-623-8919, 800-734-5612 or info@rs-law.com.

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