Do You Think Your Nissan is a Lemon?
It is an unfortunate part of life that we purchase a lemon. When life gives you a lemon for a Nissan, we suggest you skip the lemonade and get in immediate contact with a California lemon law attorney. Our team of professional lawyers will do everything in their power to assist you in this unfortunate situation. We promise that if your Nissan is not up to standards, we will see your case all the way through prosecution and get the manufacturer to compensate you for your lemon.
To determine if your vehicle is covered by the Lemon Law, it is best to consult an experienced attorney. Call 1-800-558-1087 for a FREE consultation.
Nissan Models Affected
- Versa Sedan
- Versa Note
- 370Z Coupe
- 370Z Roadster
- Rogue Sport
- Titan XD
- NV Passenger
- NV200 Compact Cargo
- NV Cargo
- NV200 Taxi
California Lemon Law applies to new and used cars under manufacturer warranty.
Most Common Problems with Nissan Cars
There are various reported issues that you may be experiencing with your Nissan. However, even if your vehicle’s issues aren’t listed, you may still have purchased a lemon. The most common problems are linked to the transmission. Sometimes the coolant leaks into the transmission. Other times, a radiator leak may cause the transmission to outright fail. These problems are common in the Altima, Pathfinder, and Maxima models. There are also reported issues with the sunroof, such as it shattering for no apparent reason. For the 2017 Pathfinder, the most common issues are related to broken or faulty interior accessories. There are reported problems with the 2017 Sentra’s suspension as well. The Versa has common issues with steering, the air conditioner/heating unit, and also with windows. All of these are quite serious and require immediate action.
California Lemon Law
Any new vehicle comes with a manufacturer’s warranty. This factory warranty will provide you coverage for all sorts of issues that may arise, within a set period of time. As long as the car is still under the manufacturer’s warranty, it is also covered by the California Lemon Law.
That said, if you have purchased a vehicle that has a significant defect or flaw that will negatively impact its operation, safety, or value, you could be entitled to compensation. There are three qualifiers for compensation. While under the factory warranty, your vehicle must apply to one of the following:
- You needed four or more repairs for the same defect.
- You needed two or more repairs for a safety defect that had the possibility of death or serious bodily harm.
- You were unable to drive your vehicle for a total of 30 days.
If your vehicle meets one of these qualifications, it may be considered a lemon under the California Lemon Law.
Contact Our Skilled Attorneys for a FREE California Lemon Law Case Review
If you purchased a lemon, it is important to understand that you have rights. You may be entitled to a full refund of your vehicle’s purchase price. Call us today and discuss your options!