A luxury vehicle division of Nissan, the Infiniti line is based out of Hong Kong. In parts of Japan, the Infiniti is rebranded under the name of its parent company, Nissan. Known for its sleek design and pleasing updates, the streamlined logo represents the brand’s futuristic thinking. Infinity announced that the entire brand would go electric or hybrid by 2021.
Even with such a progressive brand, issues will occur. If your Infiniti vehicle has undergone repair attempts with no resolution, you may be entitled to protective measures. California and Federal laws may provide the consumer with cash or replacement compensation. Consumers residing in California’s Oakland Alameda County area should contact Kaufman & Kavicky, LLP for a consultation.
Common Infiniti Defects
Infiniti vehicles are subject to the following common defects:
- Loud noise from the steering rack on all wheel drive vehicles
- Issues with the rear power door
- Incorrect reading on fuel gauge
- Abnormal sounds from timing chain
- Defects with airbag
- Engine and cooling issues
In 2017, Infiniti recalled both the Q50 and the Q60 model from years 2016-2018 for replacements in the fuel pump software, which led to risk of the engine stalling. The Q50 and Q50 hybrid from 2014-2016 also underwent a recall for the adaptive steering issues. Most recently, Infiniti is recalling the 2020 Q60 line to address the rear seat belt locking restraints.
Getting Help With Your Lemon
Consumers living in the Oakland Alameda County area of California who experience these concerns over their vehicles should contact Kaufman & Kavicky, LLP. If your vehicle has undergone repair and still has cause for concern, you may be entitled to relief from either the Federal or California State Lemon Law.