If you’re dissatisfied with your new car or truck because of a mechanical defect, you may have bought a lemon. It is not uncommon for a new vehicle to have problems. A modern car, after all, is a complicated machine with thousands of parts, any one of which could be bad. So, how do you know if your new motor vehicle is a genuine lemon? Federal and state Lemon Laws spell out the circumstances under which a vehicle is classified as a lemon. The determining factors are 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. If your car qualifies, you are entitled to redress.
According to Arizona Lemon law, a lemon is a vehicle with unrepairable defects that impair its use or value. When a purchased 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 Tempe and surrounding communities in the State of Arizona. Don’t get stuck with a lemon. Contact Michael J. Goodman for a free, no-risk evaluation of your case.