If you own or lease a Honda vehicle that has a defect, you may be entitled to a remedy from the auto manufacturer. At Young & Young APC, our lawyers exclusively handle California Lemon Law cases. We are highly experienced and successful attorneys who have gone up against virtually every large auto manufacturer in the country. We can handle your Honda Lemon Law case from start to finish.
A vehicle defect can refer to any type of problem with an automobile part or piece of equipment that impacts the use, value, or safety of the vehicle. According to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, a total of 4,631 consumer complaints were filed against Honda from 2020 to 2022. Here’s a breakdown of the Honda models these complaints involved:
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Source: National Highway Traffic Safety Administration
If you own or lease one of these vehicles or another type of Honda that is defective, you may be entitled to financial compensation or vehicle replacement under the Lemon Law. Common Honda defects involve the engine, transmission, steering system, electrical system, seat belts, airbags, fuel pump, driveshaft, and fuel line. Many of these defects can put consumers at risk of car accidents, injuries, and death.
A recall means that an auto manufacturer or safety organization is calling for the removal of a vehicle from the market due to a defect that endangers consumers. Over the years, Honda has been involved in numerous recalls for various defective parts and vehicle problems. Recent examples include:
You can look up your vehicle’s identification number (VIN) on Honda’s search tool to find out if your Honda has been recalled for a defect. Even if your vehicle is not part of a current recall, however, you may qualify for a resolution from Honda under the California Lemon Law.
In California, if a Honda vehicle has a defect that cannot be repaired within a reasonable amount of time or number of repair attempts, it is a lemon. The state’s Lemon Law does not place a specific number on what constitutes “reasonable.” Instead, this is determined on a case-by-case basis. In addition, a vehicle does not have to be within 18 months of delivery or 18,000 miles driven for the consumer to be eligible for a Lemon Law claim.
Pursuing a Honda Lemon Law case could result in the manufacturer giving you a full refund for the defective vehicle, a replacement Honda of the same MSRP value, or a cash settlement. As the consumer, you have the right to choose your desired resolution. If the auto manufacturer refuses to fulfill its obligations under the California Lemon Law, one of our attorneys can help you go up against Honda during arbitration or litigation to pursue a fair outcome.
You have rights as someone who owns or leases a defective Honda. Contact Young & Young APC to discuss your legal options with a knowledgeable Honda Lemon Law attorney near you. We will investigate your case, determine if your Honda is a lemon, help you file a claim, and pursue a satisfactory remedy from the auto manufacturer on your behalf. We have the resources, experience, and drive that you need for a successful Honda Lemon Law case. Call (833) LEMON-00 (536-6600) today to schedule your free case consultation.
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