It’s not always ideal to get first place. Just ask Fiat Chrysler.
The Fiat brand ranked first on the Consumer Reports list of worst auto manufacturers in 2016 with low reliability ratings and not a single model recommended. The score Fiat received was 31 out of 100 points.
The least reliable model in the lineup is the Fiat 500L. Complaints about Fiats range from problematic transmissions and leaks to disfunctional navigation and entertainment systems. Other reported problems involved engine failure, transmission issues and gear shift problems.
“These are great looking, fun cars, but they don’t deliver reliability,” said Lemon Law Attorney James Johnson. “Consumers have rights and they deserve better.”
Is your Vehicle on the Consumer Reports List of Least Reliable Cars?
- Ford Fiesta
- Chevrolet Tahoe
- Ram 500
- Tesla Model X
- Chrysler 200
- Chevrolet Suburban/GMC Yukon XL
- Jeep Renegade
- Ford Focus
- Cadillac Escalade
- Fiat 500L
Help for Fiat Owners — 800-235-6801
Just because you have a problem with your vehicle doesn’t mean it’s a lemon. Under California lemon laws and federal warranties, owners of vehicles who attempt to fix their car more than three times for the same problem or over an extended period of time, may be entitled to compensation if their vehicle is under the manufacturer’s warranty.
You don’t need to guess whether your vehicle qualifies because Johnson Attorneys Group provides a free no risk consultation at 800-235-6801.
If your vehicle qualifies, you could get a full refund, a new vehicle or get compensation and keep your vehicle.
There’s no need to worry about having to pay attorneys fees out of your compensation because those costs are paid by the auto manufacturer as required under California lemon laws. The only thing you could potentially lose is your clunker.
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