Law Firm Helping Chrysler Owners Seek Justice in Lemon Law Cases
The Law Offices of Sotera L. Anderson is committed to helping consumers who have unknowingly purchased defective vehicles, which is why our practice focuses on lemon law.
We understand how much people rely on their vehicles on an everyday basis, and know how an unreliable car can completely disrupt your life.
Any vehicle make or model could turn out to be a lemon, including those that are manufactured by Chrysler. Sometimes, there is one bad “lemon” in the bunch while in other situations, chronic defects can be frequent and widespread across an entire model of car. If you own a Chrysler, it’s important to understand your rights under the state’s lemon laws.
Does the Lemon Law in California Apply to Chrysler Vehicles?
A number of conditions must be met by the vehicle in order to qualify as a lemon. Your Chrysler vehicle could be a lemon if it meets these conditions:
- It was purchased or leased from a dealership and is still under the manufacturer’s original warranty.
- It has a serious problem that has not been fixed after multiple repair attempts.
- Its problem is significant enough to impact the use, safety, or value of the vehicle.
The lemon laws in California apply to both new and used cars, so both types of Chrysler vehicles are covered. If your vehicle is a lemon, you are entitled to relief. Chrysler may be required to provide you with one of the following:
- A refund and buyback of the vehicle
- A replacement vehicle that is substantially similar to the lemon
- A cash settlement
As you can imagine, it’s not easy to get a manufacturer to hand over a check or replacement vehicle. Manufacturers may try to avoid liability or deny the vehicle is a lemon. Don’t let this happen to you—let an attorney aggressively defend your rights and ensure the process goes as smoothly as possible.
Which Chrysler Models Have Been Reported As Lemons?
Consumers in California have filed lemon law claims for many different Chrysler models. Some of the Chrysler models that are often reported as lemons include:
- 2017, 2018 Chrysler Pacifica Van
- 2013-2016 Chrysler Town and Country
These are not the only Chrysler models that could be lemons. Remember, any make and model could turn out to be a lemon. If your vehicle has been to the shop multiple times, contact a lawyer and we will let you know if your vehicle is covered by the lemon law.
What Should You Do If Your Chrysler Is A Lemon?
Take your Chrysler into the dealership or manufacturer for repairs as soon as possible. Make sure you clearly explain the problems you are experiencing with the vehicle and ask the dealer or manufacturer to document your complaints. The problem may persist after this first repair attempt. If it does, return to the dealership or manufacturer for another repair.
Keep a record of each time you take your car in for repairs and document how much time your vehicle has spent in the repair shop. If the problem still exists after multiple repair attempts, contact an attorney to file a lemon law claim.
Learn About Your Legal Options During A Free Consultation With A Lemon Lawyer
Is your Chrysler a lemon? If so, the Law Offices of Sotera L. Anderson can help. Sotera L. Anderson is an experienced attorney who has helped countless clients quickly obtain refunds or replacement vehicles for their Chrysler lemons. To schedule a free consultation regarding your case, call us at 1-855-96-LEMON or submit your information via the form on this website. Case evaluations are free, and we never receive payment unless we are successful in your case.