Volvo is a Swedish automobile manufacturer that produces luxury cars, SUVs, station wagons, and hatchbacks. Popular models include the Volvo XC90 and the Volvo XC60 and offer both style and dependability. Volvo is also committed to continuing to develop their electric and hybrid models, with a goal of being 50% pure electric and 50% Hybrid by the year 2025. However, despite their ideal for innovation, not every Volvo can meet this standard.
If you have purchased or leased a Volvo that is defective, even after multiple attempts to repair the vehicle, then you may have a lemon. Vehicles that are deemed lemons are protected under California Lemon Law and Federal Lemon Law and you may be entitled to a replacement or cash compensation for your defective vehicle. If you live in the Anaheim Orange County, CA area, contact the professionals at Kaufman & Kavicky, LLP for a free consultation
Manufacturer defects can adversely impact your Volvo. Some common issues that have been reported by Volvo drivers include:
- Seatbelt defects
- Power steering leaks
- Transmission issues
- Fuel pump issues
- Fuel leaks
- Cooling fan failure
Volvo cars and SUVs have been subject to multiple recalls in recent years. Seatbelt issues, faulty air conditioning hoses, cooling system malfunctions, and faulty airbags have all been cited as safety concerns and resulted in recalls.
If you believe that your new or used Volvo is a lemon, you may be entitled to a replacement or a cash settlement under California and Federal Lemon Law. Kaufman & Kavicky, LLP have over fifteen years of experience defending Anaheim Orange County, CA drivers in lemon law cases. Contact us today to get started.