Chrysler is an American automotive manufacturer based in Auburn Hills, MI. As one of the “Big Three” U.S. automakers, Chrysler has produced a wide variety of cars, trucks, SUVs and even the first-ever minivan. Despite these innovations, not every car that comes off of the line meets their standards.
According to California Lemon Law and Federal Lemon Law, you as a consumer are protected against defective vehicles. If you have purchased or leased a Chrysler that is defective, despite multiple attempts to repair, the manufacturer may be obligated to compensate you. For more information, and to see if your vehicle may be a lemon, contact that professionals at Kaufman & Kavicky, LLP today for your free consultation.
It is important to note that no one issue or complication is consistent in all lemon law cases, but some common defects that have been associated with Chrysler cars, trucks, and SUVs are as follows:
- Shock and strut issues
- Engine failure
- Electronic malfunction
- Gear shifter issues
- Emissions violations
- Transmission defects
Chrysler has had to take millions of vehicles off of the road in recent years due to a variety of issue. Defects such as cruise control malfunction, gear shifter issues, and potential engine failure have lead to massive recalls of Chrysler vehicles.
If you live in Anaheim Orange County and you believe you may have purchased or leased a new or used Chrysler vehicle that is a lemon, you may be entitled to a replacement or cash compensation from the manufacturer under California and Federal Lemon Law. Contact us at Kaufman & Kavicky, LLP today and let us help get you the relief you deserve.