Over the coarse 2 months my attorney told me some manufacturers are very difficult to deal with. He mentioned Jaguar, and Range Rover as the worst. Fortunately for me my experience with the manufacturer was one of the best he has had success with. That being said, I feel that when dealing with a 90 plus thousand dollar vehicle it was worth it to use a really good experienced attorney.I've gone through the Lemon Law before without an attorney. Pretty much every state has step by step instructions to follow, and in my case and what I've read online, they will offer you a buy back under the lemon law without the actual need to sue them. Like you said, that is a big reason to not use an attorney. It's a pain in the ass process that will take nearly 6 months to get paid back on.
OP, if you have met the 30 days you can just send in paperwork requiring them to repurchase or replace the vehicle, your choice. You only have to go through the final repair attempt If you have no met the 30 day total mark. Also, if the issue is deemed to be a safety concern you don't have to offer a final repair attempt.
I was very pleased with my outcome. No regrets at all. I got back every penny, including interest paid for the year.