You just bought a car, and you are excited about your new purchase, but then some time passes and, the check engine light comes on. Oh no! Did you buy a lemon? The answer depends on whether your vehicle has a written warranty and what the dealer does about it when you take it back to the lot. In this case, you should contact an Arizona lemon law attorney to explore your options.
As many as 150,000 cars in any given year are lemons, meaning they have unrepairable defects. That’s about one percent of all new cars manufactured each year. So, your chances of getting a lemon when you buy a vehicle are small, but still very possible.
Federal and state laws protect consumers who purchase a vehicle that does not meet the standard of quality in the written warranty after the dealer has attempted a reasonable number of repairs or replacements. The law office of Michael J. Goodman specializes in handling Lemon Law cases in Mesa and surrounding communities in Arizona. Don’t get stuck with a lemon. Contact Michael J. Goodman for a free, no-risk evaluation of your case.