But for some Dodge Journey owners, it’s been a rough ride since they left the dealership and sometimes destinations are unreachable when their SUV breaks down.
Some of the problems faced by Dodge Journey owners have complained about include poor handling, risk of rollover, crappy tires that fall apart despite low mileage, alignment issues, electrical problems, vibrating front end, faulty seat belts. windshield wipers and power windows. The Journey has also had issues with its cruise control features and some owners complain the vehicle is a gas guzzler. On the interior, the headliner is cheaply made and the backseats are not very roomy, some have complained.
The Dodge Journey is advertised as an affordable 3-row V-6 all wheel drive crossover, but despite the extra seating it’s not particularly comfortable for adult passengers in the back seats, according to online reviews.
If you are experiencing repeated problems with your vehicle or it’s unfixable, it’s probable that you may have a lemon. The Song-Beverly Warranty Act protects consumers whose vehicles become problematic while still under warranty. It’s important that you keep records of repairs or repair attempts so that there is proof of the issues you face to support a lemon law claim. If after two attempts to fix your vehicle, it’s not safe to drive or after four attempts to repair a serious problem it’s still not fixed, your vehicle may qualify. Perhaps your Dodge Journey has been in the shop for 30 days or more? The best way to find out if you have a claim is to call us and request a free consultation.
Help for Owners of Dodge Journeys — Call 800-235-6801
Johnson Attorneys Group has helped thousands of clients resolve their lemon law cases and we can help you. Call us for a FREE CONSULTATION at 800-235-6801. Remember that our attorneys fees do not come out of your settlement because the manufacturer is required to pay them directly to us under California Lemon Laws.
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