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Recent Lemon Law Refunds and Repurchases

December 16, 2011 By: LemonLaw Category: Car Lemon Law, lemon buybacks, refunds

The end of the year is here but we have been busier than ever at 1800 LEMON LAW assisting distressed drivers with their defective vehicles.  Since many folks don’t believe how well the State Lemon Laws and Federal Warranty Statutes work, we always like to update readers on recent refunds and repurchases.  Many of these cases were settled in a matter of months. Here’s the latest highlights from December:

2010 Jeep Wrangler, water leak x3,  full repurchase under the New Jersey Lemon Law plus attorney fees

2011 Can Am Spyder Motorcycle, loss of power, replacement bike under Ohio Lemon Law plus attorney fees

2009 Mazda RX 8, no start, registered in Pennsylvania, $5,835 plus attorney fees (and they get to keep their car with full warranty)

2006 CPO Land Rover Range Rover with 52,000 miles, registered in New Jersey, steering issue, $4,000 plus attorneys fees 9and they get to keep the car)

2009 Volkswagen Tiguan, engine problems, replacement vehicle under New Jersey Lemon Law.

2011 Ford Focus, steering vibration issue, registered in Pennsylvania, $5,000 plus attorney fees (and they keep the car with full warranty)

2008 Chevrolet Silverado with 43,000 miles, registered in Ohio, oil leak, $4000 plus attorney fees (and they get to keep the car with full warranty)

2010 Dodge Charger with 26,000 miles, registered in New York, sunroof leak.  $5,550 plus attorney fees (and they get to keep their car with full warranty).

2011 Honda Accord, clicking noise in rear from being welded improperly, replacement vehicle under Massachusetts Lemon Law plus attorney fees

2007 Ford Mustang Shelby,, registered in New Jersey, transmission problem, $6,000 plus attorney fees (and they get to keep their car will full warranty)

2010 Chevrolet Malibu, steering vibration problem, registered in New Jersey, $5,000 plus attorney fees (and they get to keep the car with full warranty)

2011 Subaru Outback, steering problem, full repurchase under Pennsylvania Lemon Law plus attorney fees

2011 Hyundai Sonata, transmission issues, registered in Pennsylvania,  $4,000 plus attorney fees (plus they get to keep ther car with full warranty)

2011 Jeep Wranger, water leaks, full repurchase under Pennsylvania Lemon Law plus attorney fees

2008 Hyundai Satnta Fe, braking problems, full repurchase under Ohio Lemon Law plus attorney fees

2009 Buick Enclave, no start problem, registered in Pennsylvania, $6,500 plus attorney fees (plus they get to keep their car with full warranty)

2011 Dodge Caliber, check engine light problem, full repurchase under Pennsylvania Lemon Law plus attorney fees

2010 Buick Lacrosse, Out of service 30 days & fixed, registered in Ohio, $6,000 plus attorney fees (and they get to keep the car with full warranty)

2011 Toyota Tacoma,transmission problem, full repurchase under Maryland Lemon Law plus attorney fees

2008 Ford F350 truck with 60,000 miles, transmission problem, registered in Pennsylvania, $3,500 plus attorney fees (and they get to keep the truck)

2011 Chevrolet Malibu, check engine lights, full repurchase under Pennsylvania Lemon Law plus attorney fees

2010 Hyundai Tucson, check engine lights, new replacement vehicle under Maryland Lemon Law plus attorney fees

2011 Hyundai Sonata, brake problems, full repurchase under New Jersey Lemon Law plus attorney fees

2010 Chevrolet Traverse with 27,000 miles at first repair, no start, registered in New Jersey, $5,000 plus attorney fees (plus they get to keep their car with full warranty)

2009 Chevrolet Impala, error lights, registered in Pennsylvania,  $6,250 plus attorney fees (and they get to keep their car with full warranty)

2012 Buick Lacrosse, service light on for 30 days, full repurchase under Pennsylvania Lemon Law plus attorney fees.  SETTLED IN 10 DAYS!

2009 Ford E250, broke down, registered in Delaware, $5,250 plus attorney fees (and they got to keep their vehicle)

2010 Buick Lacrosse, towed in 4x, full repurchase under Michigan Lemon Law plus attorney fees

2008 Chevrolet Silverado, registered in Ohio, oil leak, $4,500 plus attorney fees (plus they get to keep their car with full warranty)

2008 Subaru Impreza with 58,000 miles, check engine light problem, registered in Pennsylvania, $5,000 plus attorneys fees (plus they got to keep the car)

2011 Jeep Grand Cherokee, remote key problem, registered in Pennsylvania, $5,000 plus attorney fees (and they get to keep the vehicle with full warranty)

2011 Ford F250 truck, problem with reverse aid sensor, registered In Pennsylvania, $5,000 plus attorney fees (and they get to keep their truck with full warranty)

2009 Volkswagen Tiguan, water leak, new replacement vehicle under Connecticut Lemon Law plus attorney fees

2007 Freightliner Truck, engine problems, registered in Ohio, $13,200 plus attorney fees (and they get to keep their truck)

2011 Land Rover LR4, full repurchase under Pennsylvania Lemon Law

2008 Cadillac CTS, no start problem, registered in Pennsylvania, $5,000 plus attorney fees 9and they get to keep their car with full warranty)

2009 Ford Escape, front end problem, registered in New Jersey, $5,000 plus attorney fees (and they get to keep their car)

2010 Jaguar XJ, window problem, registered in New Jersey,  $4,500 plus attorney fees (and they get to keep their car with full warranty)

2007 GMC Acadia, water leak & no start, registered in New Jersey, $10,377 plus attorney fees (and they get to keep their vehcile with full warranty)

In 2011, we successfully resolved thousands of Lemon Law and breach of warranty claims throughout Pennsylvania, New Jersey, Delaware, New York,  Maryland, Massachusetts, Connecticut, New Hampshire, Washington DC, Michigan, Ohio, Wyoming and Tennessee.  If your car is driving you crazy, it’s important for you to learn your rights.  You could be entitled to complete cost-free legal representation.  For more information, fill out our Get Rid Of Your Lemon form or call us at 1-800 LEMON LAW (1-800-536-6652).  You have nothing to lose but your lemon.


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12 Responses to “Recent Lemon Law Refunds and Repurchases”


  1. #1 john miesch says:

    i have a badly leaking sunroof on a 2010 dodge Van, it has been in for repairs 5 times and Chrysler now says it is my fault for not keeping the drains clear. I live in NC can you help OR reccomend someone who can in the Raleigh area. THANKS for anything you can do.

    • #2 LemonLaw says:

      Please visit http://www.lemonlaw.com/lemon-law-firm.html to find a lawyer in your state.

      • #3 Sam Wood says:

        I have a 2012 Hyundai Sonata that is making a clicking noise from the back. Sounds a lot like the case above, “2011 Honda Accord, clicking noise in rear from being welded improperly, replacement vehicle under Massachusetts Lemon Law plus attorney fees. Can I get some more information on this case, and maybe others like it. Thanks.

        • #4 LemonLaw says:

          Each claim is different. I would suggest that you reach out to a lemon law attorney in your state (www.lemonlaw.com/lemon-law-firm.html) and discuss the facts of your situation with them.

          • #5 Lawrence Fenimore says:

            I own a 1997 jeep grand cherokee with only 68,000 miles. I was told that most if not all jeeps made in this year have developed cracked manifolds like mine now has. Jeep had to redesign the manifold system.
            1) Can you help me get this fixed at no charge since this seems like a lemon that was proven already? 2) Should this have been a recall or is it a recall item?

            • #6 Lawrence Fenimore says:

              My son own a 2003 PT Cruiser and it has very low miles and the turbo blew out. I heard this was a common defect from his mechanic. Is their any recalll or any lemon law that can help my son? He was told it would cost $1,500 and he is a recent college graduate, with college debt up to his ears, who now lives in Florida for the past 4 years. He bought the car from his maternal grandmother’s estate in Pennsylvania. He desperately needs a car to get to his first job, which pays not much.
              Please help us.

              • #7 LemonLaw says:

                Lawrence: Unfortunately, due to the age, this car would not fall under the Lemon Law but I would contact your state attorney general’s office to see if there are used car statutes which may apply.

                • #8 zuodong zheng says:

                  hi,

                  i recently brought a brand new toyota highlander 2012 hybrid paid over $46K. but it’s been less than 3 months and not even 1500 mileage but i had to call road side assistance 3 time already because the battery went dead.

                  i went to service but the guy told me my battery is fine and refused to replace. now i dont want this car. what a piece of shit? i have two kids and a busy job, reason why i paid so much money for this toyota car because i thought it’s reliable but this one is not. can i get the car returned with full refund?

                  • #9 LemonLaw says:

                    I would contact a lemon law attorney. Visit http://www.lemonlaw.com/lemon-law-firm.html to find an attorney in your state.

                    • #10 Michelle W. says:

                      I purchased a Landrover HSE, paid 89K and I have electrical problems.
                      My bluetooth is unclear, My CD skips, My auxillary port has loud humming sound, A I-phone which they told me I had to buy $700.00 because the car was designed for that phone says device error when you try to use it, radio repeats songs and skips.
                      I have purchased 3 different I-Phone , and still can’t get it to work. There telling me I need to change from sprint to Verizon and try to get an older phone. I have taken the car into service 9 X to no avail.
                      Please adivse I Live in MD

                      • #11 Betty Crank says:

                        I purchased a 2002 Hyundai stanta fe four days ago. “As is” from a dealer. The ac compressor went out. Is the seller responsible for repairs??

                        • #12 LemonLaw says:

                          @Betty: if it was sold “as is,” most likely no. Contact your state attorney general’s office to find out if there are any implied warranties with used cars sold in your state.


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