Known as a family brand of sedans and minivans, Chrysler is one of the “Big Three” automobiles manufactured in the United States. As a leader in performance and innovation, Chrysler produces mainstream cars to fit a variety of needs. Some brands under the Chrysler branch include Dodge, Jeep, and Ram trucks. With a history dating back to 1925, Chrysler expanded quickly and was on the front lines of innovation from the defense industry of WWII all the way up to the production of early electric cars. Chrysler is soon to be renamed Stellantis in 2021 when the merger with Fiat Chrysler Automobiles and Peugeot is complete.
Despite an impressive history, Chrysler vehicles may still experience defects. If your vehicle has undergone repair attempts without a resolution, you may be entitled to protective measures. Both California and Federal Laws may provide the consumer with some type of compensation, either cash or repair. Those residing in California’s Oakland Alameda County area should contact Kaufman & Kavicky, LLP for a consultation.
Common Chrysler Defects
Numerous defects have been in the spotlight for Chrysler, including those below:
- Detachment of the windshield
- Electrical issues
- Defects in body paint on the car
- Carbon buildup leading to engine misfire
- Engine problems including loud noises and failure while driving
- Oil sludge resulting in engine problems
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Under the umbrella of Chrysler, multiple vehicles have been affected with recalls. The Dodge Charger, Chrysler 300, and Ram 1500 have all experienced problems leading to transmission fracture. The 2009 Chrysler Aspen has recalled multiple vehicles for defective suspension. The Chrysler Town & Country minivans from 2008-2010 have also been recalled due to an ignition issue, leading it to move out of the run position. Nearly half a million cars and utility vehicles in the Sebring line were in need of correction to fix head restraints.
For consumers living in the Oakland Alameda County area of California and experiencing these concerns, please contact Kaufman & Kavicky, LLP. You may be entitled to relief from either the Federal or California State Lemon Law for the purchase of this lemon vehicle.