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Common Lexus Problems

Lemon Law for Lexus When paying for a premium vehicle like the Lexus, you expect it to be nothing less than perfect, but some vehicles have been known to show issues that affect the safety and quality of the vehicle. The most common issues reported by owners of vehicles have been transmissions malfunctions, door malfunctions, and engine failure. These issues may go unfixed if the dealer is not cooperating to fix the problem when it's a manufacturer defect. Lemon law attorneys may be able to help if the dealer refuses to repair the vehicle. One of the most common complaints is dealing...

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What is a Recall on a Car?

Recall on a car is issued by a manufacturer If it determines that a car does not comply with a federal safety standard, or has a safety-related defect. Usually, once the automakers are alerted a free repair will be issued. However, you should make sure that there is an active recall on your vehicle's year, make, and model before doing anything. How to Check if Your Car Has a Recall It may be difficult to know exactly how to check if your car has a recall. Luckily, you can find out your car has a recall in three easy steps! 1. Locate your...

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Does the Lemon Law Apply to Certified Used Cars?

The lemon law may be known to many people as applying to new vehicles, but people ask themselves, “does the lemon law apply to certified used cars?” Generally speaking, the lemon law does apply to certified used cars, but there are other factors such as warranty that may affect the outcome of a lemon law case. These warranties may include manufacturer’s warranty and dealer’s warranty. If you purchased a certified used car and think you may have a lemon car, it is best to contact a lemon law lawyer to discuss your potential lemon law case. Can a Certified Pre-owned Car be...

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Common Infiniti Issues

Lemon Law for Infiniti Infiniti has been a popular automaker since 1989 and it is the same company that also manufactures Nissan vehicles. They are currently sold through authorized dealers in over 50 countries. In addition to being a luxury brand, they are also forward-thinking and eco-friendly, with a commitment to make only electric or hybrid vehicles by the year 2021. But like all the other luxury automakers out there - issues with Infiniti exist. Steering Rack Leakage Among Infiniti vehicles, we commonly see issues with steering rack leakage. This is a costly issue, almost always costing drivers $2000 to fix. You can...

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Common BMW Problems

BMW Lemon Law The historic carmaker BMW, formally known as Bavarian Motor Works, was founded in 1916 and currently produces over 2 and half-million vehicles every year. They manufacture their vehicles across the world, despite being headquartered in Munich, including Mexico, the US, the UK, South Africa, India, China, and Brazil. And while the brand is heralded they are no stranger to lemon law issues and recalls. BMW Fire Risk One newly common occurrence in BMW’s is a widespread fire risk. Because of the universal nature of this problem, a BMW recall has been issued for both the 3 series and the x5...

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How To Know If A Car Is A Lemon

When a purchased car has the same problem multiple times is considered a lemon car. So how to know if a car is a lemon 100%?  After countless hours and paperwork, you finally got the car you wanted from the dealer, soon after taken off the lot you run into unforeseen issues with the vehicle. For example, your car starts to show signs of a transmission issue, you take it to the dealer to repair, they attempt to fix it, but you find that your car still has the same issue. If your dealer attempted to repair your car 3 or...

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Common Land Rover Problems

Having Land Rover problems can mean that your Land Rover can be a lemon car. If you have a lemon car, the manufacturer must offer you either a lemon buyback or a replacement vehicle under the state lemon law (Song-Beverly Consumer Warranty Act) and federal lemon law (Magnuson-Moss Warranty Act). Even the more popular Land Rover models such as the Defender, Discovery, Discovery Sport, Range Rover, Range Rover Evoque, Range Rover Sport, and Range Rover Velar can be sold as a lemon car. Land Rover Discovery Air Suspension Problems Land Rover Discovery air suspension problems are causing inconvenience to consumers who own...

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Tesla Battery Problems – Qualification Under The Lemon Law

Tesla vehicles may be high-tech, but they are far from defect-free when it comes to having Tesla battery problems. This issue has become so severe, the United States National Highway Traffic Safety Administration announced that it is investigating Tesla for spontaneous battery fire issues and possible defects of the Tesla batteries of the Model S and Model X vehicles. Tesla battery problems have been a growing concern and have been addressed by Lemon Law Attorneys as a winning case. A lemon car is a vehicle, such as the Tesla Model S, that turns out to have many manufacturing issues that could...

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Common Issues with Mercedes Lemon

Mercedes is known and heralded for being a luxury German vehicle manufacturer, but as it stands, there are no manufacturers immune to the issue of creating a lemon car. Mercedes have issues that are commonly known across many of their vehicles. Something like aftermarket additions (see: window tinting) can affect the sensor detection, but often customers who have made no aftermarket changes to their vehicle still have an issue with the sensor, not only for locking and unlocking the vehicle but also with the keyless ignition. Your first step to resolution would be to visit the dealer and see if a simple...

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Tesla Unintended Acceleration

  Tesla has often touted itself as the safest car on the market and even received the highest possible safety rating from the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety. However, a new claim by Tesla owners looks to shatter that safety record with reports of Tesla unintended acceleration. Tesla Cars Accelerate on Their Own Owners are alleging a common occurrence deemed Unintended Acceleration - the basic premise being without any touch from a user their car quickly speeds to a high MPH rate and many times the vehicles crash. These claims have resulted in an investigation by the National Highway Traffic and Safety Administration. Tesla...

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