Infiniti is a division of Nissan that manufactures luxurious vehicles. They have branched to over 50 countries in the world and are now serving 25 markets including North America, China, and the Middle East. Infiniti has stated on its website that its badge is designed to represent an endless road, symbolizing its desire to be always looking forward, to new horizons in pursuit of excellence. Still, every car buyer should always be vigilant to make sure that their newly purchased car, including Infiniti, is not a lemon. If your vehicle is experiencing repeated issues that the mechanic is not able to fix, call our experienced lemon law attorneys today. We will be able to determine if you have a valid lemon claim during our free consultation.
Is My Infiniti A Lemon?
Any car can be qualified as a lemon if it is experiencing a mechanical issue or defect that the dealership is not able to fix. This means that used cars can be a lemon, as long as it is still under the manufacturer’s new-vehicle warranty and the defect is covered by the warranty. If the manufacturer is not willing to offer you a remedy for your Infiniti lemon, you may want to pursue a lemon claim.
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Known Infiniti Lemon Law Issues
Some of the Infiniti models that car owners have reported include Altima, Armada, Frontier, Maxima, Murano, Pathfinder, Rogue, Sentra, Titan, and Versa. The list below shows examples of problems that Infiniti owners have had with their vehicles. Your vehicle may still be a lemon if its defect is not listed below.
- Airbag warning light
- Dashboard cracking
- Electrical system
- Emergency braking
- Steering rack leakage
- Tire wearing out prematurely
- Transmission failure
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