Do You Suspect You’re Driving a Lincoln Lemon?
Has your new Lincoln been untrustworthy and unreliable? Have you lost all faith in your automobile? Are you constantly driving in and out of the repair shop to fix a recurring issue, even though your vehicle is brand new? You may be entitled to compensation.
The California Lemon Law protects consumers from defective vehicles. If your brand new or certified pre-owned Lincoln is having constant malfunctions and frequent repairs, California Lemon Law says you have the right to reimbursement, replacement, or a refund.
Our team of qualified lawyers is standing by right now, ready to fight for your right to drive a working vehicle. Our attorneys make sure that consumers receive the product they deserve: a working vehicle.
Which Lincoln Vehicles Qualify as Lemons?
Are you experiencing problems with one of the following vehicles?
- Lincoln Continental
- Lincoln Navigator
- Lincoln Town Car
If so, call our team of legal professionals immediately to see if you are entitled to compensation.
Common Lincoln Problems
If you are experiencing any of the following problems with your Lincoln, you may have a lemon:
- Damaged Water Pump
- Engine Stalling
- Difficulty Shifting into Higher Gears
- Steering Fluid Issues
- Clutch Compression Problems
- Transmission Fluid Issues
- Sensor Failure
- Spark Plug Failure
- Exhaust Leakage
If you have had these problems repeatedly and your vehicle is still under factory warranty, call our team of legal professionals immediately to see if you qualify for compensation.
The California Lemon Law
The California Lemon Law protects consumers like you from factory defects. When you purchase a new Lincoln, you deserve a working vehicle. Recent legislation protects you from costly manufacturing mistakes, issues often untreatable due to design flaws. You, as a consumer, are entitled to a working vehicle under state law. Don't let the manufacturer burden you with the cost of their mistake.
If you meet any of the following conditions, you should seek legal representation to see if your car qualifies as a lemon:
- Fixed the same issue four times under factory warranty
- Fixed a safety issue twice under factory warranty.
- Car hasn't functioned for thirty consecutive days under factory warranty.
If you meet these conditions, you qualify for compensation and should seek legal counsel.
If You're Driving a Lemon, Call for a Free Case Review Today
If you can't trust your recently purchased or leased vehicle, you need to be compensated. Our team of legal representatives are standing by right now, ready to defend your right to a working vehicle. Our team of attorneys specializes in consumer rights, and we are ready to help you get the refund or reimbursement you deserve. Instead of taking your vehicle back to the shop to fix a defect, we are here to help you get the working vehicle you deserve. Call us for a FREE consultation at 800-558-1087.