Mitsubishi is a Japanese automaker that makes various types of vehicles, such as Crossovers, Electric Vehicles, Sedans, Hatchbacks, and SUVs. Their slogan is “Drive Your Ambition” and they claim to produce cars that are enjoyable to drive and safe. However, some customers have experienced problems with their Mitsubishi vehicles that did not match the company’s promises.
In the United States, each state has its own lemon laws that protect consumers from defective vehicles. Generally, a vehicle is considered a lemon if it has a serious defect that affects its safety, use, or value, and that cannot be fixed by the manufacturer or its representative after a reasonable number of attempts. If you own a Mitsubishi lemon, you may be entitled to a replacement or a refund under the lemon law. To learn more about your rights and options, you should contact a qualified lemon law attorney in your state.
Is My Mitsubishi A Lemon?
The lemon laws vary by state, but they generally protect consumers who buy defective vehicles. A Mitsubishi lemon is a car that has serious problems that affect its safety, use, or value. If you own a Mitsubishi lemon, the manufacturer or its dealer should fix it or give you a refund, replacement, or compensation. If they don’t, you can sue them with the help of a Lemon Law lawyer to force them to. Consumer Action Law Group has experts who can explain the law and your rights to you. Call us today for a free consultation.
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Known Mitsubishi Lemon Law Issues
If you bought a Mitsubishi vehicle that has been giving you trouble, you may be entitled to a refund, replacement, or compensation under the lemon law. The lemon law is a consumer protection law that covers new and used cars that come with a warranty and have serious defects that cannot be fixed by the manufacturer or dealer after a reasonable number of attempts. Some of the common defects that Mitsubishi owners have reported are:
- Child restraint system not functioning properly; increasing the risk of a crash
- Front lower control arms detaching from corroded front cross member; increasing the risk of a crash
- Incorrect fusing within the fuel pump, increasing the chance for the fuel pump to fail; increasing the risk of a crash
- Parking brake operating shafts not engaging properly; increasing the risk of a crash
- Software error in transmission control unit (CVT-ECU), leading to an engine stall; increasing the risk of a crash
- Software error causing rearview camera to not display rearview image, reducing driver’s rear view; increasing the risk of a crash
These defects can affect the safety, performance, and value of your Mitsubishi vehicle. If you have experienced any of these issues or any other problem that affects your use or enjoyment of your car, you may have a lemon. Our experts have experience handling all sorts of lemon law cases, including representing Mitsubishi owners. We can help you determine if your car qualifies as a lemon and what your legal options are. Whether you own a Mitsubishi Eclipse Spyder GT, a Mitsubishi Lancer Evolution, or any other model, we can help you get relief provided by the lemon law. Contact us today for a free consultation and see if you have a valid lemon claim.
Resolving Issues with Your Mitsubishi Lemon Car
A car that has serious defects and cannot be repaired is called a lemon. If you bought a Mitsubishi that keeps having problems, you may have a lemon. California has laws that protect Mitsubishi owners from lemons. You may qualify for a buyback or replacement of your Mitsubishi lemon if you meet certain requirements. A Mitsubishi lemon law attorney can help you determine if you have a lemon and what your options are. Contact our law firm today and see if you have a valid lemon claim.
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