Is your Jeep a lemon?

If you’re experiencing persistent issues with your Jeep, your vehicle could be considered a lemon. Despite the intricacies of the lemon laws, the bottom line remains clear: if a manufacturer can’t honor their warranty, you deserve a Jeep buyback or cash settlement Contact us today so we can evaluate your case and help you move forward with your claim.

Common Jeep Defects

Below is a list of issues and Jeep recalls that our clients have experienced in the past. We’ve successfully brought a number of claims against Jeep due to issues with some of the following models: Jeep Grand Cherokee, Jeep Compass, Jeep Liberty, Jeep Patriot, Jeep Wrangler, and more. The issues you may experience are not limited to the Jeep recall list and defects mentioned below.

  • Transmission issues
  • TIPM issues
  • Rough shifting
  • Interior/dashboard defects
  • Suspension problems
  • Ball joint damage
  • Jeep Grand Cherokee recall

Be sure to check a Jeep recall list to see if any of the items apply to your vehicle.

How Shainfeld Law Can Help

“Lemon Law Presumption” is when a vehicle is presumed to be a lemon for one or more of the following things happening within 18 months or 18,0000 miles of being purchased:

  • Been repaired 2 or more times for a grave safety defect that could cause severe injury or even death.
  • Been repaired 4 or more times for a continuous non-substantial safety defect.
  • Any sort of defect places it as undrivable for more than 30 days.
  • If you’ve experienced any of these scenarios, you may have a lemon. Even if your car doesn’t meet all of the criteria above, you may be entitled to some sort of recovery. Contact us today for an evaluation of your case — we’d love to help you get the settlement you deserve.

    What does “reasonable number” of repairs mean for your Jeep?

    Although lemon laws vary, in California there is a certain criterion that states when a “reasonable number” of repair attempts have been made. In order for your Jeep to be a lemon, one of the following scenarios must occur:

    • The vehicle is repaired at least two times for a defect that could cause serious injury or death and the manufacturer has been notified.
    • The vehicle is repaired at least four times for a persistent non-substantial defect.
    • The vehicle is out of service for more than 30 days.

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