Alfa Romeo is known for its luxury design and sport. It has recently entered and made great success in the United States Market and coincides with FIAT dealerships as a luxury and sport option. The current lineup of vehicle models includes the Stelvio, the Giulia, and 4C Spider. The car company has garnered a lot of attention but has also made headlines for issues with the vehicle that include suspension problems, electrical faults, door alignment problems, engine problems, software problems, and brake pad wiring. Over the years, more and more common Alfa Romeo problems have been reported as lemons.
If you purchased an Alfa Romeo that is having repair issues or seems to be defective, you’re not alone. It is important to evaluate any issues that may arise with a vehicle and diagnose it with your dealership. While the Alfa Romeo brand is known for luxury and performance, it’s far from perfect with respect to its track record of recalls and lemon law reports. Our Lemon law attorneys may be able to help if the dealer refuses to repair the vehicle.
Alfa Romeo Problems
Even though Alfa Romeo is from a premium line of vehicles, it is far from having no defects. Consumers have raised complaints about some Alfa Romeo cars that are having issues with the vehicle. A detailed list of the vehicle issues taught have made frequent include:
- Axle and suspension issues
- Electrical faults
- Door alignment
- Chattering noise
- Brake pad wiring
- Exterior engine oil and coolant leak
- Failure of the transmission pressure control
Lemon Law for Alfa Romeo
If you purchased a new or used Alfa Romeo and you have noticed issues with the vehicle, you can rest assured you are not alone and the California Lemon Law is on your side if problems repeat. Problems with the vehicle that affect your performance, safety, and value of the vehicle, then it may be considered a lemon if it passes the lemon law guidelines.
In California, you can file an Alfa Romeo Lemon Lawsuit with our attorneys if you meet the specifications below:
- You’ve taken your Alfa Romeo to repair for 4 or more times or 2 or more times for a defect that might cause serious injury.
- Your Alfa Romeo is still under the manufacturer’s warranty whether used or a new vehicle.
- The defect is one that’s covered under the warranty.
- Your vehicle’s odometer reads less than 18,000 miles.
- You’ve notified the dealer/manufacturer in writing about the defect and need for repair.
If your dealer refuses to fix your defect, you can hire a lemon law attorney to pursue a lemon law case. The good news is that if you meet requirements, you can recover the cost of your Alfa Romeo car, the cost of any repairs, sales tax on the car, down payment of a car, registration fees, and also your attorney fees.
Contact Our Lemon Law Attorneys for a Free Case Evaluation for Your Alfa Romeo
If Alfa Romeo issues keep persisting and your dealer is not helping you with the vehicle, call us today. We can quickly evaluate your issue and see if you have a valid Alfa Romeo lemon law case. It is best to pursue your claim as soon as possible in order for your case to succeed.