California Lemon Law for Hyundai Vehicles

California Lemon Law for Hyundai Vehicles

You loved your new Hyundai when you drove it off the lot, but it's quickly become more trouble than it's worth. Tired of taking it back and forth from the auto shop? If your Hyundai constantly malfunctions and is still under warranty, you may have a lemon. Lemons are cars that constantly break down due to factory defects.

Driving a Hyundai Lemon?

If your newly purchased or leased Hyundai is constantly breaking down, the manufacturer owes you compensation. California Lemon Law says you have the right to buy a vehicle free from factory defects, and we have a team of lawyers standing by right now to fight for your consumer rights. Instead of driving your vehicle to the repair shop, pick up the phone today and call our team of lemon law attorneys to fight for the compensation you deserve. If your vehicle qualifies as a lemon, we will make sure that the manufacturers reimburse you or replace your lemon automobile.

Is My Hyundai a Lemon?

If a factory defect disables your vehicle, lowering its value, decreasing its utility, or threatening your safety, you might qualify for a replacement or reimbursement. This includes the following models:

  • Hyundai Elantra
  • Hyundai Sonata
  • Hyundai Accent
  • Hyundai Tucson
  • Hyundai Santa Fe
  • Hyundai Entourage
  • Hyundai Grandeur
  • Hyundai Genesis
  • Hyundai Genesis Coupe
  • Hyundai Veracruz
  • Hyundai Equus
  • Hyundai Getz
  • Hyundai i10
  • Hyundai i20

Common Problems with Hyundai Lemons

Common problems with vehicles include:

  • Broken Transmission
  • Damaged Sunroof Controls
  • Gas Pedal Problems
  • Electrical Issues
  • GPS Malfunctioning
  • Broken Power Windows
  • Brake Malfunction
  • Displaced Rotary

California Lemon Law Explained

If your leased or new vehicle is still under the manufacturer's warranty, state law says you deserve compensation. If you meet any of the following criteria, you should seek legal action against the manufacturer:

  1. You've repaired the same defect more than four times under warranty.
  2. You've repaired the same defect twice under factory warranty and the defect could cause death or injury.
  3. The vehicle has been out of service for thirty days in a row under warranty.

If you meet any of these criteria, you are driving a lemon and the manufacturer owes you money or a new vehicle.

Call Us for a Free Lemon Law California Case Review Today!

If your new or recently leased vehicle keeps needing repair, our California Lemon Law attorneys are there for you. Our team of experienced lawyers are standing by to help you get the money you deserve. Tired of repeated transmission issues or having to fix your brakes? Worried your vehicle isn't safe or reliable? Call 1-877-787-1120 for a FREE consultation!