Ah, that new car smell! But the sounds you hear aren’t new car sounds—knocks, pings, rattles, and shimmies. Oh no! Are you driving a lemon? The answer depends on whether your vehicle is within the express warranty period and whether the dealer can fix the problems when you take it back to the lot.
A lemon is a vehicle with unrepairable defects that impair its use or value. Lemons roll off the assembly line at the rate of 150,000 a year. That’s only one percent of all new cars. While your chances are small that your car is in that narrow one percent, it’s still very possible.
When a vehicle fails to meet the standard of quality in the written warranty after the dealer has attempted a reasonable number of repairs, federal and state laws protect you as the consumer. Michael J. Goodman Lemon Law PLLC specializes in handling Lemon Law cases in Phoenix 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.