Subaru is the automobile manufacturing division of the Japanese transportation conglomerate Subaru Corporation. In Western markets, Subaru vehicles have traditionally attracted a small but devoted core of buyers. The company’s marketing targets those who desire its signature engine and drive train, all-wheel drive and rough-road capabilities, or affordable sports car designs.
While Subaru does market itself as the go-to manufacturer for outdoor drivers, it does not mean that all Subaru vehicles are made without imperfections. If you own a Subaru and had to take it in for multiple repairs, that could be a sign that it is a lemon. In California, consumers are eligible for remedies if it is determined that their car is a lemon.
Does The Lemon Law Apply To My Subaru?
A car can be qualified as a lemon if it had a defect while still under the manufacturer’s warranty.
For example, our lemon lawyers recently had a case against Subaru where our client’s vehicle had windshield wipers that kept failing even after Subaru tried to fix the issue multiple times. We knew that by the lemon law in California, a vehicle is considered a lemon if it experiences warranty defects that the manufacturer cannot fix. Knowing this, we filed a lawsuit against Subaru, and they offered a buyback to our client.
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Known Subaru Lemon Law Issues
Subaru has faced many issues with defective vehicles and has had some of its most popular vehicles like the Subaru Ascent, Subaru Crosstrek, Subaru Forester, Subaru Impreza, Subaru Legacy, and Subaru Outback recalled over the last few years involving:
- Blown head gaskets
- Corroded brake lines
- Failing transmission
- Industry-wide replacement of Takata airbags
- Short-circuiting puddle lights
In 2018, Subaru issued two recalls related to defective Takata airbag inflators that, upon the airbag’s deployment, may result in sharp metal fragments striking passengers.
If your Subaru has any defects that the manufacturer is not able to fix, call our firm to discuss your situation and figure out your next best course of action.
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We take lemon cases very seriously. If you bought a Subaru and it is not performing to the industry standards, you deserve to be compensated. If you had to take your Subaru in for repairs and the problem isn’t going away, you likely have a lemon car on your hands. If this sounds like your Subaru, we suggest that you call our lemon law experts today. We will take the time to go over your situation and determine if you have a potential lemon case or not. Call us today for your free case evaluation.
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