If you drive an Audi vehicle that has been in and out of repair shops for a persistent defect, it may be a lemon. Under California’s Lemon Law, Audi may be legally obligated to replace your defective vehicle, give you a cash settlement or provide a full refund as the auto manufacturer. The Audi Lemon Law attorneys at Young & Young APC can help you file this type of claim and pursue positive case results on your behalf.
If your new or certified pre-owned used Audi experiences issues, Audi is required to arrange prompt repairs as the manufacturing company. If after multiple attempts at repairs the issue still exists, the vehicle is declared a “lemon.” Under the California Lemon Law – California Civil Code Section 1790-1795.8 – the owner or lessee of a lemon is entitled to a resolution. The available remedies under the Audi Lemon Law are:
Under the Lemon Law Presumption, if an Audi undergoes two or more repair attempts for a defect that could cause serious bodily injury or death; four or more attempts for a defect that impacts the value, safety, or use of the vehicle; or is out of use for 30 days (not necessarily in a row) within 18,000 miles or 18 months of delivery, the Audi is presumed to be a lemon. However, these are not requirements. Many successful Audi Lemon Law cases exist outside of these parameters.
If you recently purchased or leased an Audi, the last thing you want is to experience a problem or defect. Unfortunately, many Audi vehicles are known to contain defects that range from inconvenient to highly dangerous. Reported Audi Lemon Law issues include, but are not limited to: engine, suspension, transmission, steering, electrical system, air conditioning system, and brake system. The following Audi models had the highest number of consumer complaints from 2020 to 2022:
Source: National Highway Traffic Safety Administration
In addition, many Audi vehicles have been recalled due to defects and product issues that could endanger consumers. These recalls have involved exploding Takata airbags, tire pressure monitoring system failures, engine failures, oil leaks, rearview camera issues, broken fuel pumps, and rear axle misalignment. Recalled Audis include certain 2019 Volkswagen Tiguan LWB, Golf SportWagen A7, Audi Q3, 2019-2020 Jetta NF, Audi A3, and 2020-2021 Atlas Cross Sport vehicles, among many others.
If you believe your new or used Audi is a lemon, take your car to an authorized dealership for repairs. If multiple repair attempts cannot fix the issue or defect, file an Audi Lemon Law claim with assistance from an attorney at Young & Young APC without delay.
We will review your case for free – a process that typically does not require an in-person meeting. Then, if we take your case, we can file the required paperwork, collect evidence to support your case, and go up against Audi and its team of attorneys to demand justice on your behalf. To learn more about your Audi Lemon Law case, request a free consultation with one of our experienced attorneys at (833) LEMON-00 (536-6600).
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