Do You Suspect Your Subaru is a Lemon?

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Are you constantly bringing your Subaru in for repairs? Is the same defect that needs fixing over and over? If this sounds familiar, you may have a lemon. As frustrating as this is, you have rights. California lemon law can step in and help you get the compensation you deserve. Consumer rights laws exist, so car manufacturers are required to pay you or replace your vehicle when they sell you a lemon.

Get rid of your Subaru lemon! Simply call 800-558-1087 for a free California Lemon Law case review.

How a California Lemon Law Attorney Can Help

Our California Lemon Law attorneys know how consumer protection laws work, and we advocate for clients to the fullest extent of the law. We have a streamlined process that has worked for hundreds of clients. We gather evidence about your case and about the defect that affects your Subaru. Then, we set to work helping you get what you deserve. In some cases, we get our clients a brand new Subaru. In other cases, it's cash compensation or a refund. Each case is different, and we're eager to apply our knowledge and hard work to your advantage.

Subaru Models Affected

Many different Subaru models have reported defects. Some of these include:

    • Subaru Legacy
    • Subaru Impreza
    • Subaru Impreza WRX
    • Subaru Impreza WRX ST
    • Subaru Outback
    • Subaru Forester
    • Subaru BRZ
    • Subaru Crosstrek

Common Problems with Subaru Lemons

With Subaru vehicles, drivers frequently complain about:

    • Bad clutch
    • Transmission failures
    • Engine failure
    • Gasket leaks
    • Windows
    • Windshields

California Lemon Law

Consumer protection laws apply whether your vehicle is a lease or a new car purchase. As long as the Subaru is still under manufacturer warranty, California's vehicle consumer protection laws apply. The defect needs to be a problem that makes it harder to use the car, makes the car less safe or makes the car less valuable. Also, you need to have a problem that requires frequent repairs or makes your vehicle unusable. If the defect is one that can cause serious injury, you must have tried to correct it twice. If it's any other type of repair, you must have tried to make four repairs. Also, your Subaru can be considered a lemon if the vehicle's defect makes it unusable for thirty days or more. The defect must start while the vehicle is still under factory warranty. If you have any questions, it's best to consult with our expert team about your variety of options.

We Can Help - Contact Us for a Free California Lemon Law Case Review

If you think your Subaru might be a lemon, contact us today. Use the form on our website or call us at 800-558-1087. You're invited to meet with our team of expert California Lemon Law attorneys to talk about your case and get answers to your questions. We're friendly and approachable. Let's talk about your Subaru lemon law case and make a game plan to get you the compensation that you deserve. Our team can't wait to help you.