Is Your Jeep a Lemon?
Are you constantly driving your brand new Jeep back to the auto shop for repairs? You might be driving a lemon. Lemons are cars that constantly break down due to a factory defect. If you think you are driving a Jeep lemon, you may be entitled to compensation under the California Lemon Law. This law protects consumers against faulty automobile manufacturing.
If your vehicle is under factory warranty and requires constant repairs due to a manufacturing defect, the manufacturer owes you compensation. If you're constantly driving your vehicle in and out of the shop, our team of highly qualified attorneys are standing by to help. We are prepared to fight for the compensation you deserve, including but not limited to reimbursement or replacement for your lemon vehicle. If your Jeep causes you more problems than it's worth, call our team of legal professionals today to see if your Jeep is considered a lemon under California law. It's not your fault your automobile is broken. Our team of lemon law lawyers is here to make sure that you get the money you deserve.
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If your vehicle suffers from a factory defect that compromises or negatively affects the vehicle's value, utility, or safety, you may be driving a lemon. If you're driving a lemon, California Lemon Law entitles you to compensation.
This includes the following models:
- Jeep Grand Cherokee
- Jeep Compass
- Jeep Renegade
- Jeep Wrangler
- Jeep Wrangler Unlimited
- Jeep Patriot
- Jeep Liberty
Common Problems with Jeep Lemons
Common problems with these vehicles include:
- Faulty ignition switch
- Broken clutch
- Transmission problems
- Broken Sunroof
- Electrical Issues with brake lights
- Noises from the Steering Column
- Broken Power Windows
- Warping Brake Rotors
California Lemon Law
If you have experienced these or other problems with your new or leased vehicle and the vehicle is still under the manufacturer's warranty, the law entitles you to compensation.Under state law, you as a consumer are entitled to compensation from the manufacturer for factory defects.
You may qualify for protection under state law if you meet one or more of the following conditions:
- You have had the same defect repaired four or more times while still under factory warranty
- You have attempted under factory warranty to repair the same defect twice for a defect that could cause serious damage to life or limb.
- The vehicle has been out of service for thirty consecutive days while under factory warranty.
If you meet one of these three criteria, California Lemon Law may consider your vehicle a lemon, entitling you to reimbursement or replacement.
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If your recently purchased or leased vehicle will not stop giving you trouble, the Lemon Law protects your consumer rights. Our lawyers will help you get your money back or give you a vehicle that works. Tired of repeated problems with your car? Worried about a recurring safety issue?