Sales in the United States account for roughly 760,000 vehicles. One of the reasons buyers choose Hyundai or Kia brands is because of the manufacturer’s impressive 10 year/100,000 mile warranty. This is good news if your vehicle turns out to be a lemon because California law protects consumers when their vehicle is subject to a valid warranty.
Just because you are having troubles with your vehicle, doesn’t mean it qualifies as a lemon under California lemon law known as the Song Beverly Warranty. Vehicle owners also have protections under the federal lemon law or the Magnuson-Moss Warranty Act.
Whether you own or lease your Hyundai or Kia vehicle, you may have a claim under either of these lemon laws.
Owners whose cars have made at least four repair attempts at an authorized dealership, or the vehicle has been in the shop a total of 30 days, or there is a defect or issue that presents a safety risk, may have a valid claim.
A common problem vehicle owners have is that they take their vehicle to be repaired, but the dealership is unable to duplicate the problem or verify its existence. This can confuse the consumer into thinking they don’t have a valid lemon law claim, but often this is not the case. You need to provide the manufacturer such as Hyundai the opportunity to fix your car by notifying them that there is a problem by bringing them the vehicle for inspection.
Typical Problems with Hyundai or Kia Vehicles
Some of the vehicles handled by our Lemon Law firm include the
XG300, XG350, Accent, Elantra, Entourage, Santa Fe, Sonata, Tiburon and Veloster.
- Engine stalling
- Sudden acceleration
- Electrical failure
- Lagging acceleration
- Electrical failures
- Clutch problems/failure
- Problematic power steering
Lemon Law Claims Help — Call 800-235-6801
Johnson Attorneys Group is dedicated to helping people and has served thousands of clients over the years. We helped them 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.