Is your Chrysler a lemon?

According to California lemon law, your vehicle must meet a strict set of requirements in order to be deemed a lemon. The “lemon law presumption” determines that your car must present a serious defect that continues even after a reasonable number of repair attempts have been made. And that this defect must present itself within 18,000 miles or 18 months of purchase. Only then could you be eligible for a Chrysler buyback under the lemon law.

Common Chrysler Defects

Our attorneys have represented Chrysler consumers who purchased or leased defective cars. The most common issues and Chrysler recalls we have seen include, but are not limited to, the following:

  • Airbag malfunctions
  • Excessive engine noise
  • Leaking power steering fluid
  • Engine failure
  • Electrical failures
  • Excessive transmission noise
  • Trouble shifting
  • Malfunctioning gas pedal
  • Chrysler 200 recalls
  • Chrysler 300 recalls

How Shainfeld Law Can Help

If you suspect your Chrysler could be a lemon, give us a call. We’ll give you a free consultation to help determine if your car meets the criteria for the California lemon law and if you’re qualified for a Chrysler buyback. Getting a manufacturer to agree to a settlement or a buyback isn’t always easy — which is why you need an experienced lemon law attorney on your side who knows the ins and outs of Chrysler recalls and the lemon law. Get started with your lemon law claim today, and you’ll be one step closer to getting back on the road in a vehicle you can count on.

What does a “reasonable number” of repair attempts mean?

Although lemon law varies from state to state, in California manufacturers have the opportunity to make a “reasonable number” of repair attempts on your Chrysler. In order for your Chrysler to be deemed a lemon, it must meet certain criteria. In order to meet these standards, one of the following scenarios must occur with your Chrysler:

  • Your car’s problems could result in death or serious injuries, and you’ve already taken the vehicle in for repairs two or more times, unsuccessfully.
  • Your car is experiencing general warranty defects that you’ve tried to have repaired four or more times, unsuccessfully.
  • The problems you are experiencing have kept your car in the shop or off the road for more than 30 days since you bought it.

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