Help! My Land Rover is a Lemon
Is your Land Rover in the auto repair shop all the time? Are you frustrated that you didn't get what you paid for? Your vehicle might be a lemon. When life hands you lemons, you make lemonade. When you buy a Land Rover with chronic manufacturing problems in California, that car is a lemon, and an experienced lemon law lawyer is the lemonade. If your car has been out of service 3 or 4 times and has continued defective tendencies, it's worthwhile to investigate whether it's a lemon.
A lemon is a vehicle that has manufacturing defects that impair the safety, function, or value of the Land Rover. Our experienced attorneys know California's Lemon Law and are here to advocate on your behalf. We're here to ensure that California's consumer protection laws work to get you a new vehicle or cash settlement for your troubles.
When you work with the California Lemon Attorneys, you get a team of legal experts that have handled hundreds of Lemon Law cases. We streamline the legal process and make it easy for you to maximize your compensation.
Get rid of your Land Rover lemon! Call 800-558-1087 for a free California lemon law case review.
Land Rover Models Affected
If your Land Rover has a manufacturing defect and the result is that your vehicle isn't as safe, usable or valuable as it could be without the defect, California Lemon Law is there to protect your consumer rights.
Your Land Rover may be any of the following models to qualify as a lemon:
- Defender 110
- Defender 90
- Range Rover
- Range Rover Evoque
- Range Rover Evoque Convertible
- Range Rover Sport
- Range Rover
- Range Rover Three Doors
- Range Rover Velar
- Discovery Sport
- Land Rover LR2
- Land Rover LR3
- Land Rover LR4
Common Problems with Land Rover Lemons
Land Rovers often have:
- Air suspension problems
- Electrical problems
- Oil Leaks
- Leaky sunroofs
- Airbag defects
- Parking brake failure
- Steering shaft problems
Your Land Rover might be a lemon if it doesn’t start if it has electrical problems such as heating, air conditioning, windows, door looks, fault navigation and speaker systems, or noise coming from the tires, axles, and brakes. If the sunroof in your Land Rover starts to leak, it could be due to pinched sunroof drains OR it could be a sign of a lemon if your car is under 50,000 miles.
More signs of lemons could be issues with fuel gauges and fuel injectors, engine malfunctions such as stalling, shutting off, or even vibration. Air Suspension in Land Rovers tends to sag after 6 years, but if it’s earlier, it may be a lemon. Finally, any steering misalignment and vibration or airbag malfunction often and early point to the possibility of a lemon. If you have a single or multiple recurring problems on this list, it’s time to take action to see if you have a lemon on your hands.
Does My Land Rover Qualify as a Lemon?
If your vehicle is under factory warranty, California Lemon Law applies to your case. You must have attempted four repairs of the same defect or two for a defect that can cause serious injury or death. Additionally, if you can't use your vehicle for at least thirty days, the problems might trigger California's lemon laws.
To qualify for compensation under the California Lemon Law, your land rover must meet ONE of the following conditions:
- 4 or more repairs for the same defect that began while under initial factory warranty.
- 2 repair attempts for a defect that could cause serious bodily injury or death while under factory warranty.
- Out of service 30 cumulative days while under the factory warranty.
FREE Case Review with Our California Lemon Law Attorneys
If your Land Rover needs to be serviced again and again, our lemon law attorneys can help you get the compensation that you deserve. If you have even an inkling of suspicion, doubt, or worry, contact our California Lemon Attorney at Johnson Attorneys Group for a FREE case review immediately! Not only is the time of the essence because lemon laws and full compensation sometimes depend on mileage, but also the sooner you know, the sooner you can turn that lemon into lemonade. Car manufacturers are required to pay the car owner full down payment, all monthly car payments, the current registration fee, and any outstanding balance left on the loan of the vehicle. Your lemon returns to the car manufacturer who then must brand the title as a “lemon law buyback.”
The first thing you need to do is complete our interest form or call us for a free consultation. Our team is standing by at 800-558-1087. Let's work together to get what you deserve.