When you purchase a new vehicle, you have a right to expect to get what you pay for—safety and reliability on the road. This is especially true for purchasers of high-end vehicles, like Toyata’s luxury automotive brand, Lexus. Many California consumers bought Lexus sedans and other models only to find that their new car spends more time in the repair shop than on the road, or worse—it has a defect that makes it unsafe to drive. Beginning in 2006, Lexus has been plagued with recalls dealing with defects ranging from faulty wipers to defective airbags, seatbelts, and accelerator pedals. Fortunately, California protects consumer rights against powerful manufacturers like Lexus. The California Lemon Law offers Lexus Lemon Car owners a legal recourse for a full refund, buyback, or replacement vehicle.
If you think your Lexus is a lemon, call the California Lemon Law attorneys at Young & Young APC today for a free evaluation.
Not every Lexus qualifies as a lemon, even if you had to take it back to the dealership for repairs soon after the purchase due to recalls or defects. California’s Lemon Law states that a vehicle qualifies for a Lemon Law claim under the following circumstances:
A leased Lexus or one you bought used also qualifies as a lemon if it’s under warranty and meets any of the above requirements.
Don’t wait! Especially if the defect puts you or your family’s safety at risk. A Lemon Law Lawyer from Young & Young, APC is ready to help.
California’s Lemon Law applies to defective Lexus vehicles that meet the qualifications. A California Lemon Law buyback for Lexus recovers compensation including a refund of your down payment, all monthly payments made, the remaining loan balance, sales tax, and registration fee. In addition, a successful claim requires Lexus to reimburse consumers for towing and repair expenses and rental car or rideshare fees. This comes at no cost to you because Lexus must pay your attorney fees and any court costs so you owe us nothing.
When you contact the Lexus Lemon Law Lawyers at Young & Young APC, you need the following documentation for your claim:
California has a four-year statute of limitations for Lemon Law Claims. While we recommend filing a Lemon Law claim as soon as your Lexus meets the qualifications of a lemon if you’ve kept your vehicle despite the repeated failed repair attempts and it’s within four years of the purchase date, you may still file a claim.
No one should have to keep driving or making payments on a Lexus that’s a lemon, especially when the vehicle is unreliable or unsafe to drive. Call Young & Young APC today so we can get started on your claim for a refund, buyback, or replacement vehicle and get you safely back on the road. Let us help you hold manufacturers responsible for sticking you with a Lemon instead of the luxury vehicle you’ve paid for.
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