CHRYSLER 200 AND CHRYSLER 300 OWNERS: IS MY CAR A LEMON?
You may have a car that is a lemon! If you are an owner of a Chrysler 200 or 300 that has been taken to a dealership for as few as two warranty visits, you may have lemon law rights.
It has come to our attention that a number of defects have be reported on 2012-2017 Chrysler 200 and 2012-2017 Chrysler 300 models including:
- Slipping or lock-up transmission
- Rough shifting
- Drive system
Our firm represents consumers who have problems with their cars. The good news for consumers is that California has pro-consumer laws that allow them to get a refund or replacement car from the manufacturer if the car is a “lemon.” Under California’s Lemon law, a manufacturer must either promptly replace or repurchase your car if the manufacturer cannot repair it within a reasonable number of repair attempts while under warranty; and these defects substantially impair the car’s use, value or safety. If you have taken your car to a dealership for repeated warranty repairs or your car has been out of service for several days, it may be a lemon under California law and you may be entitled to a cash settlement, refund, or a replacement vehicle.
Our firm provides all legal services to consumers for free. This is because California’s Lemon Law is pro-consumer and requires the car manufacturer to pay all of your legal fees and costs. Again, our firm does not charge any fees or costs to you.
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If you had problems with your vehicle, we invite you to contact us to review your case and discuss your legal rights and available options. At The Ledbetter Law Firm, APC we value your business and look forward to serving you every step of the way.