Do You Think Your Rolls-Royce is a Lemon?
No one enjoys taking their vehicle to the shop or back to the dealer because of malfunctions. But if you find yourself repeatedly or frequently seeking repairs for your brand new Rolls-Royce, it may be time to confront the unfortunate possibility: you have a lemon on your hands.
Worried you might have a Rolls-Royce lemon? Call 800-558-1087 for a free case review from our California lemon law experts!
At California Lemon Lawyers, our legal professionals want to protect consumer rights under California’s Lemon Law. We can provide legal assistance to help you navigate your claim and ensure proper action is taken against the manufacturer so you receive fair compensation. Whether it’s a refund, replacement vehicle, or other settlement, we will help you fight for what you deserve as a consumer. Contact our California Lemon Lawyers today. Our legal staff can help you determine whether your Rolls-Royce qualifies as a lemon and we'll explain your options under the California Lemon Law.
Recent Rolls-Royce Models
To be potentially considered a lemon and entitle you to compensation from the manufacturer, your vehicle must possess a serious defect that diminishes the safety, value or use of the car. Recent Rolls-Royce models that could be susceptible to California’s Lemon Law may include:
• Rolls-Royce Dawn
• Rolls-Royce Ghost
• Rolls-Royce Wraith
• Rolls-Royce Phantom
• Rolls-Royce Cullinan
• Rolls-Royce Black Badge
Most Common Issues With Rolls-Royce Lemons
Some of the common problems you might run into with a Rolls-Royce lemon include:
• Faulty Control Software
• Engine Trouble
• Electronic Failures
• Rust-prone Floor pan
• Flawed Front Air Bags
What Does California's Lemon Law Do?
California's Lemon Law is designed to protect consumers from serious warranty defects that either pose a risk to their safety or severely mitigate the value of the car. Vehicles still covered under the factory warranty that provides coverage for certain issues are also protected by the California Lemon Law. After several attempts at repairing the defects through the manufacturer or dealer, buyers or lessees may be entitled to compensation.
How does the California Lemon Law protect consumer rights? Under the Song-Beverly Act, you must meet one of the following criteria within 18 months of purchasing the car or 18,000 miles on the vehicle's odometer:
- The manufacturer or its agents have attempted four or more repairs for the same warranty defect.
- The manufacturer or its agents have attempted two repairs for issues that could cause death or serious bodily injury if the vehicle is driven while under the factory warranty.
- The vehicle has been out of service or inoperable for 30 cumulative days while being repaired for various warranty defects.
If your Rolls-Royce meets one of these qualifications, you may be entitled to a refund or replacement vehicle from the manufacturer under California's Lemon Law.
Contact California Lemon Law Attorneys for a Free Case Review
When you purchase or lease a new car, you shouldn't have to deal with multiple trips to the dealer while the vehicle is under factory warranty. As the consumer, you have rights under the California Lemon Law, which may help you get fairly compensated if your new Rolls-Royce is experiencing numerous or repeated problems.