Lincoln is an American luxury automobile brand that produces high quality sedans, crossovers, and SUVs. Based in Dearborn, MI, Lincoln is a division of Ford and named after President Abraham Lincoln. Popular models include The Navigator, The Aviator, and The Continental. And while these vehicles are largely associated with luxury, not all Lincolns can meet this high standard.
If you have purchased or leased a Lincoln, that despite several attempts to repair, has defects that compromise the vehicle, your vehicle may be deemed a lemon. According to both California and Federal Lemon Laws, a manufacturer is responsible to replace or compensate for defective vehicles. If you live in Anaheim Orange County, CA and feel that your Lincoln may be a lemon, contact Kaufman & Kavicky, LLP today for a free consultation.
While it is important to note that no one issue is consistent in all lemon law cases, the following defects have been associated with Lincoln vehicles.
- Electrical defects
- Airbag malfunctioning
- Transmission issues
- Seatbelt malfunction
- Fuel pump issues
- Leaking oil
Several different models of Lincolns have been subject to recalls in recent years. Problems with the six speed automatic transmission, airbag malfunctioning, and oil leakage in the turbocharger have all been cited as reasons for a significant number of recalled vehicles.
For over fifteen years, Kaufman & Kavicky, LLP has been helping California drivers get the relief they deserve for their defective vehicles. If you believe your new or used Lincoln is a lemon, you may be entitled to a replacement or cash compensation according to California and Federal Lemon Law. Contact us today to get started!