Lemon Law 2018-2023 Jeep
You expect to bounce around while off-roading, but …
If Your 2018-2023 Jeep Bounces, Jerks or Jolts Down the Street, It Could Be a Sign of a “Lemon.”
Jeeps have one of the most iconic histories. Officially founded in 1941, they were primarily designed to fit the army’s need for a small, four-wheel truck that could handle rough terrain and carry personnel. As the first four-door vehicle, it was mass-produced shortly thereafter which began the age of sport utility vehicles or SUVs.
Today, the Jeep’s solid suspension system, impressive tire and ground clearance, and incredible maneuverability make it the logical choice for off-road adventures.
But the things that make the Jeep ideal for off-roading don’t necessarily translate to everyday street and highway driving. And some of those advantages may actually become a hazard that could put your family and friends in danger.
In fact, there are some major recalls issued for the 2018-2023 models that could fall under the California Lemon Law. And if your Jeep has issues that persistently act up, you may want to reach out to legal professionals to find out if you should file a claim.
That’s where Strategic Legal Practices can help you the most.
As one of California’s premier Lemon Law litigators, our expert attorneys will look into your specific case and fight for your rights! Strategic Legal Practices (slpattorney.com) can help
determine if your 2018-2023 Jeep meets the requirements that could result in you receiving a buyback of refund or a replacement vehicle, plus any other costs you may have incurred.
What type of issues merit filing a Lemon Law claim for your 2018-2023 Jeep?
Your and your family’s safety is always the most important when it comes to driving any vehicle. So if your new or used warrantied 2018-2023 Jeep exhibits problems that impact its ride, comfort, drivability and safety, Strategic Legal Practices stands ready to guide you through California’s Lemon Law process. Here are some of the bigger issues that you should be keeping an eye on:
- Oil leaks
- Engine failure
- Coolant leaks
- Rough Riding
- Hesitation on acceleration
- Failure to accelerate
- Won’t go into gear
- Hard or harsh shifting
- Loss of power
- Jerking or jolting
- Pulls or wanders to one side
- Excessive play in steering
- Slipping or shuddering when turning
- Illumination of various warning lights
- Radio malfunctions
- Reverse camera malfunctions
Let Strategic Legal Practices help you determine if you have a Lemon Law case.
- Do you have documented proof that you have tried to have significant defects in your warrantied new or CPO 2018-2023 Jeep repaired by the manufacturer or authorized dealer, but have been refused service?
- Has the manufacturer been unable to repair your vehicle after a reasonable number of repair attempts?
- Has the manufacturer or authorized dealer not offered you a loaner car until the problems are resolved?
- Has the manufacturer not made any reimbursement for related expenses?
If you answered “yes” to any of these questions, it’s a strong indication that your Jeep falls under the Song-Beverly Consumer Warranty act, better known as California’s Lemon Law.
That’s why Strategic Legal Practices encourages you to reach out to see if you’re entitled to a vehicle buyback, a replacement or a cash settlement.
Strategic Legal Practices is dedicated to battling corporations and defending drivers like you.
Our founder, attorney Payam Shahian, was once a leading defense attorney for a major auto manufacturer, successfully defending them against numerous law complaints. So successful in fact, that when he left the company to enter private practice and serve individual car owners like you, the manufacturer sought to prevent him from representing complainants. They lost.
With a 99% success rate, you can trust Payam Shahian and the Lemon Law experts at Strategic Legal Practices to fight for your rights. We strongly encourage you to schedule your free, no-obligation consultation today.