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Least Reliable Vehicles List Includes GM, Fiat, Mercedes, Ford, Jaguar, Volvo & Tesla

November 02, 2017 By: LemonLaw Category: cadillac, chevrolet, fiat, Ford, Jaguar, Tesla

It’s another list that car companies do not want to be included.  Consumer Reports put together a list of the 10 least reliable vehicles. While the brands may surprise you, we have successfully resolved Lemon Law and breach of warranty claims pertaining to every make and model featured. If you experience continuous problems with your… Read More


2015 Car Complaint Index Features Acura, Fiat, Mercedes, Jeep, and Nissan in Top Five

May 04, 2015 By: LemonLaw Category: Acura, Car Complaint Index, Car Lemon Law, Chrysler, fiat, jeep, jeep grand cherokee, mercedes benz, Nissan, nissan pathfinder

The 2015 Car Complaint Index is out and features some big names with familiar problems. The list, provided by consumer advocate Jack Gillis and the Center for Auto Safety, takes a look at the vehicles that receive the most consumer complaints per sales. These complaints are filed with the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration are… Read More


Fiat 500 Problems Abound; Car Named #2 on Car Complaint Index and Least Reliable Compact Car in Consumer Reports

March 10, 2015 By: LemonLaw Category: Car Complaint Index, fiat

Driving a Fiat 500? Suffering from brake problems? Check engine lights? Issues getting into gear? Airbag parts on back order? Fiat problems have been lighting up message boards and the NHTSA consumer complaint database, earning the car two dubious distinctions. Fiat 500 problems have resulted in the car being named the least reliable compact car… Read More


Fiat Is Moving Full Speed Ahead; Some DCC Plants Reopen Next Week.

June 23, 2009 By: LemonLaw Category: Chrysler, fiat

Fiat is putting the pedal to metal when it comes to changing the way Chrysler operates.  Several production plants will reopen next week and an interesting Financial Times article outlines Fiat’s strategy moving forward.  You can read it by clicking here.