Lemon Law Replacement & Repurchase Round Up – A Fast & Furious 15 days!
We always love to share the the positive outcomes we achieve for our clients. In the past 15 days alone, more than 160 distressed drivers received new cars or refunds under State Lemon laws and Federal Warranty Statutes thanks to 1-800 LEMON LAW. And best of all, the help is 1 00% cost-free. Here are some of the highlights:
2009 Chevrolet Silverado with rear end issues – $5000 (plus they keep their car) — PA
2011 Volkswagen Gulf – check engine light issues -COMPLETE REPURCHASE under New Jersey Lemon Law
2010 Lincoln MKT – engine replaced – $6500 (plus they keep their car) – NJ
2012 Hyundai Elantra – no start problem – BRAND NEW CAR under Pennsylvania Lemon Law
2009 Subaru Forester – water leak – COMPLETE REPURCHASE under New Jersey Lemon Law
2008 Nissan Sentra – transmission problem – $4000 (plus they keep their car) – PA
2012 Chevrolet Traverse – water leak – BRAND NEW CAR under Maryland Lemon Law
2011 Toyota Highlander – brake issues – COMPLETE REPURCHASE under New Jersey Lemon Law
2009 BMW 335i – high pressure fuel pump issue – $4000 (plus they keep their car) – NJ
2012 Victory Cross Country Motorcycle – stalling – BRAND NEW BIKE under Massachusetts Lemon Law
2012 Chevrolet Sonic – battery issue- COMPLETE REPURCHASE under Wyoming Lemon Law
2010 Mazda CX7 – check engine light issue – $8000 (plus they keep their car) – PA
2011 GMC Acadia – water leak – $8590 (plus they keep their car) – PA
2008 GMC Sierra – valve noise – $4250 (plus they keep their car) – PA
2010 Dodge Journey – water leaks – COMPLETE REPURCHASE under New York Lemon Law
2009 Honda Accord purchased with 46,000 miles – check engine light issue – $4250 (plus they keep their car) – NJ
2011 Cadillac SRX- noise in rear – $5000 (plus they keep their car) – PA
2011 Chevrolet Cruze – bought to flat bed his RV and couldn’t – $6000 (plus they kept their car ) – PA
2011 Chevrolet Silverado – water leaks – COMPLETE REPURCHASE under Pennsylvania Lemon Law
2007 Saturn Outlook -water leaks- $5750 (plus they kept their car) – NJ
FOUR 2011 Jeep Wranglers – water leaks – ALL COMPLETE REPURCHASES under the Lemon Law (in the last 15 days!)
2008 Ford F-350 with fuel leak at 40,000 miles – $4500 (plus they kept the truck) – DE
2011 Infiniti QX56 – no start – COMPLETE REPURCHASE under New Jersey Lemon Law
2011 Cadillac SRX – rear axle problem – $6500 (plus they keep their car) – OH
2011 Chrysler Town & Country – battery/no start problem – COMPLETE REPURCHASE under Pennsylvania Lemon Law
2011 Audi Q5 – engine problems – COMPLETE REPURCHASE under New Jersey Lemon Law
2010 Jaguar XF – air conditioning issue – $5689 (plus they kept their car) – NJ
2011 Ford F150 – transmission problem – $6250 (plus they kept their truck) – TN
2010 Land Rover Range Rover – gas gauge problem – $10,000 (plus they kept their vehicle) – NJ
2010 Lincoln MKS – transmission issues – $5000 (plus they kept their vehicle) – PA
2011 Jeep Grand Cherokee – check engine light – COMPLETE REPURCHASE under Pennsylvania Lemon Law
2011 Volkswagen Touareg – check engine light – BRAND NEW CAR under Wyoming Lemon Law
2010 Volkswagen Routan – steering issue – $6500 (plus they kept their car ) – NJ
2012 Volkswagen Beetle – sunroof issue – COMPLETE REPURCHASE under New Jersey Lemon Law
2010 Ford F-150 with 40,000 miles – transmission clunk – $3500 (plus they kept their truck) – NH
2012 Harley Davidson Sportster – oil leak – COMPLETE REPURCHASE under New Jersey Lemon Law
2011 Hyundai Sonata – pulling and alignment issues – COMPLETE REPURCHASE under Pennsylvania Lemon Law
2011 Ford Fiesta – part on back order for 45 days – $3500 (plus they kept their car) – NH
2006 Lexus IS250 with 75,000 miles – engine problem – $6000 (plus they kept their car) – NJ
2011 Mitsubishi Outlander – ABL defect – $8250 (plus they kept the car) – OH
2011 Subaru WRX – check engine light – COMPLETE REPURCHASE under Maryland Lemon Law
2011 Chevrolet Malibu – steering – $5000 (plus they keep their car) – DE
2010 Nissan Armada – steering – COMPLETE REPURCHASE under New Jersey Lemon Law
2006 Pontiac G6 – sunroof problem – $5000 (plus they kept their car) – NJ
2011 Hyundai Sonata – check engine light – BRAND NEW CAR under Pennsylvania Lemon Law
2011 Subaru STI – clutch and electrical problems – $5000 plus extended warranty – PA
2011 Jaguar X Type – roof rattle – $6250 (plus they kept their car) – NJ
2011 Hyundai Sonata – won’t go into gear – BRAND NEW CAR under New Jersey Lemon Law
If your car is spending more time in the shop than on the road, join the tens of thousands of drivers throughout the Northeast who have turned to 1 800 LEMON LAW for cost-free help. if you feel you may have a lemon, please fill out our Get Rid of Your Lemon form. We will be glad to review your situation and see if we can help.
August 5th, 2012 at 6:48 am
I have a 2007 crown victoria with the paint peeling in sheets. Ford repainted the roof once but now out of factory warranty with 45000 miles. I did the bbb complaint no help! Ford no help! what are the lemon laws for Indiana? thank you
October 10th, 2012 at 6:46 am
is there anyone we can get help with for a 2003 car? we just made first payment on 10-01-12 week prior replaced a sensor now last night car became inoperable . they say a bearing and maybe even more. my husband is a vet just out of the army. we live on a strict budget with his money and my job but my hrs are pt now and the car people are saying pretty much it is what it is. we just came back to tampa fl
October 10th, 2012 at 11:09 am
Sadly, in our states, the car would not qualify. But I would reach out to the Florida Attorney General’s office to see if there is something that can be done.
November 22nd, 2012 at 12:41 am
I’m looking at a manufacturer buyback that I’m being told is due to pinpoints in the paint. It seems odd to me that a car would seriously have been bought back due to paint. Can I ask the dealership to call corporate with me there or something like that to confirm exactly what the reason for buyback was? They said they will show me a paper but how can I know it wasn’t adjusted? If it is just a paint thing, I think it is worth taking the buyback title – I have no intention of selling the car, if anything, it will get passed on to all the teenagers I’ll have coming up in the next few years. They said the car is still covered under all the original warranties because it’s now certified pre-owned (a branded dealership is selling the same brand buyback). As long as I get that all in writing am I good or is there fine print that usually voids warranties if the title says buyback?
November 27th, 2012 at 4:51 pm
@Jaka: I would just be careful.
December 4th, 2012 at 12:29 am
I have a 2008 Saturn Outlook…83,000.
Purchased it new and have been having sunroof
leak problems for bout 2+ years now. Has
been at dealer now 4 times and still not
fixed. Have had it to body shop and still
leaks. Can you help..
December 7th, 2012 at 10:15 am
Michael: Perhaps depending on if you have a GM warranty. Very concerned about the miles though. Click here https://www.lemonlaw.com/lemon-law-firm.html and reach out to an attorney in your neck of the woods.
January 4th, 2013 at 10:52 am
I purchased a 2011 sonata at carman last year with 25k miles still under Hyundai warranty even purchased an extended warranty from carmax good to 125k now the car has been in dealer shop multiple times approx 12 times eg. Cvjoints replaced twice , trams issues. Ac compressor once cooling fan twice steering column once and many other misc issues
But I read that in order for car to covered under lemon law It must be a new or demonstrator purchase directly from dealer is this true and would I have any recourse thru carmax the car now has 53k miles on it and in the shop as I write Thank you for your time. Ovi ortega
December 27th, 2016 at 8:04 am
2015 Chrysler 200 (purchased new in November 2016). The car had 2,100 miles on it but they sold it to us as (new) on the contract. We have driven the car for 400 miles in total. The car accelerates, sometimes harshly, when downshifting even with the brakes applied. Chrysler replaced the transmission 4 days after we purchased the car. The dealership had the car for 22 days to replace the transmission and then returned it to us. After 3 days we took the car back to Chrysler for the same unintended acceleration. We have had the car for 7 days and the dealership has had it for 26 days as of this morning. What should we do?
January 10th, 2017 at 4:50 pm
@Randall: I would certainly look into your rights. Visit https://www.lemonlaw.com/lemon-law-firm.html to find a firm in your state who may be able to help.