Ferrari is an Italian car manufacturer in Italy that makes luxury sports cars. While it does make high-end vehicles, Ferrari is also known for its participation in racing. Ferrari is one of the oldest and most successful racing teams, especially in Formula One, and its road cars are seen as a symbol of speed, luxury, and wealth. However, this does not mean that every car they make is flawless. If you own a Ferrari that is having mechanical issues or defects, you might be driving a lemon. Reach out to our lemon law attorneys today to see if you have a case.
How Do I Know If My Ferrari Is A Lemon?
You can safely guess if your Ferrari is a lemon if it is having mechanical issues or defects that continue to be a problem even after multiple repair attempts. This likely means that the vehicle was made faulty during the manufacturing process, and trying to fix it won’t solve the issue. Another way to determine if your Ferrari is a lemon is if it was in the repair shop for a long period of time. If your vehicle was in for repairs for over 30 days for the same issue, it also is likely that your car is a lemon.
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Known Ferrari Lemon Law Issues
The Song-Beverly Consumer Warranty Act, also known as California Lemon Law, offers consumers remedies if a product they purchase ends up being faulty. This means that if you purchased a Ferrari and it ends up having mechanical issues that it shouldn’t be having, then the manufacturer needs to offer a remedy to you. This is usually in the form of a buyback or a replacement vehicle.
If your Ferrari is experiencing an issue listed below or any other problems, you might be eligible for a remedy.
- A/C electrical issues
- Failing motor mounts
- Failing transmission systems
- Exhaust issues
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If you believe that your Ferrari is a lemon, give us a call. Once we learn more about your situation, we can offer some next steps you can take to resolve your lemon problem. The call is free, meaning that it costs nothing out of your pocket to see if you have a lemon case. If you have about 10 minutes to spare, give us a call today to see if we can help.
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