California Lemon Law for Ford Vehicles

California Lemon Law for Ford Vehicles

Are you sick of constantly getting your Ford fixed? Do you have repetitive problems that never seem to go away? If you're having the same problems again and again, your vehicle may be a lemon. The California Lemon Attorneys have helped hundreds of clients get the compensation they deserve under California Lemon Law. When you have a lemon, you have rights. California's consumer rights laws are there to protect you. When a manufacturer sells or leases you a car, you have the right to get what you paid for.

What We Do

Our legal team is experienced with California's consumer rights law. We have the training and experience to go to work for you. We know how to prepare the successful complaints and legal documents. We can argue your case persuasively to the court and and get you the best results. We know how to demand the car manufacturer produce evidence about your defects. Finally, our team negotiates with the manufacturer to try and reach a fair result before it even goes trial.

Let's meet to talk about your Ford vehicle. You shouldn't assume California's lemon laws don't apply to you. Instead, let our team get to know you and your case. We use our knowledge to give you honest recommendations about the best course of action.

Ford Models Which May Be Lemons

There are many models of Ford vehicle that may qualify as lemons. Some of these include:

  • Fiesta
  • Focus
  • Fusion
  • C-Max
  • Mustang
  • Taurus
  • Escape
  • Transit Connect
  • Edge
  • Flex
  • Explorer
  • Expedition
  • F-150
  • Super Duty
  • Hybrid
  • Energi
  • Commercial Trucks
  • Eco Sport
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Most Common Ford Problems

Ford vehicles seem to have the same problems. Transmission issues causing “lunging” and failures are all too common. Axles can also break frequently and drivers report shifting problems and even shudders.

When Does the California Lemon Law Apply?

California lemon law applies to leased vehicles as well as purchased vehicles. Either way, the same laws apply to protect you from being stuck with a bad vehicle. Your vehicle's problem may be one that makes it less safe to drive, less valuable or more difficult. The problems must start while you're still under the vehicle's manufacturer's warranty.

There are a few different ways that a problem can be significant enough to trigger California's consumer rights laws. First, you may have a problem you've tried to fix at least four different times. If the problem is significant enough that it can cause a serious bodily injury or even death, you must try to repair the defect at least twice before the lemon law applies to your case. Alternatively, if you have a problem that makes your vehicle unusable for thirty days or more, you can seek relief under the consumer rights laws.