Chrysler Lemon Law
Are you upset because your new Chrysler vehicle never seems to get fixed and stay fixed? Are you taking your vehicle for repairs too often? Your vehicle might be a lemon.
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At California Lemon Attorneys, we meet good people every day who, unfortunately, are the victims of lemons. They're tired of making the same repairs again and again, and they don't know where to turn. Fortunately, California's lemon law is here to protect them.
When your Chrysler is a lemon, consumer rights give you the option to seek compensation or a replacement from your vehicle's manufacturer. These laws help you recover the compensation you deserve because you didn't get what you paid for. Our team of legal experts is ready to help you. We have a proven process to help our clients get what they deserve.
Chrysler Models Affected
There are a number of Chrysler models that have frequent problems. Some of these models include:
- Pacifica Hybrid
What the California Lemon Laws Says
When you buy or even lease a new car, it comes with a factory warranty. That means the vehicle’s manufacturer guarantees the car is what was promised. If the car has a defect and doesn't work as it should, the manufacturer is on the hook to either repair the damages or replace the vehicle.
The defect must be significant. If it's enough of a defect it hurts the value of the car, that triggers California's lemon law. In addition, if it's a defect making the vehicle more difficult to use, the consumer protection laws apply. Finally, if it's a problem which causes your vehicle less safe, the lemon laws apply to you.
Ways to Qualify Your Chrysler
Even if the manufacturer's warranty has expired, you still may have options. If the defect started while the factory warranty was still in effect, you might be able to win a recovery. It's important to review your case with an attorney instead of making assumptions that may be incorrect.
There are a few different ways to qualify your vehicle. The vehicle needs to meet only one of the qualifications. First, if the vehicle has a defect that requires the same repair at least four times, your vehicle qualifies. If it's a defect can result in serious injury or death, you only need to try to fix it twice before making a claim under California lemon law. Even without repeated defects, if the vehicle's problem makes it unusable for at least thirty days, your vehicle may qualify under California law.
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We offer a complimentary review of each case. We get to know you and your vehicle’s issues. Our expert team has the skills, experience, and motivation to get results. You can be confident in knowing our expert team is on your side throughout the entire legal process.