Chrysler Pacifica Defects
Does your 2017-2021 Chrysler Pacifica jerk, buck, hesitate, or lose power?
It only takes a brief internet search to learn that 2017-2021 Chrysler Pacificas have been plagued by issues.
But, if you’re a Californian who owns one of these model years, you’re already all too familiar with these problems.
You probably purchased your Pacifica for one important reason: Your family. This luxury minivan was designed to give you enough room and amenities to make your everyday drive safer, more comfortable, and more fuel efficient.
However, when you almost immediately started facing stalling problems, transmission issues, or electrical troubles, you asked yourself, “Did I buy a lemon?”
That’s why thousands of your fellow Californians have filed a class action suit against Chrysler and their parent company, Stallantis, regarding their 2017-2020 Chrysler Pacificas. You too can join in and hope for a portion of the payout when it is finally settled.
OR you can call Strategic Legal Practices.
As one of California’s premiere lemon law litigators, our professionals can look into your specific case and fight for your rights! With numerous safety recalls already issued for 2017-2021 Chrysler Pacificas, Strategic Legal Practices can help determine if your car meets the more serious lemon law requirements — especially if the concerns fall under any of these dangerous categories:
- Loss of power while driving (including inability to steer)
- Failure to accelerate
- ECO stop/start failure and/or malfunction
- Premature battery failure
- Hesitation on acceleration
- Failure to accelerate
- Harsh shifting
- Disengaging transmission while driving
- Infotainment screen freezes or goes blank
- Radio/reverse camera glitches
- Malfunctioning GPS system
- Power door sliding
- Intermittent electrical shorts
- Power steering failure
- Steering wheel controls
Any one of these mishaps is annoying and inconvenient. But when they have the potential to lead to a life-threatening accident while driving, that’s when you know it’s time to take action.
What’s the difference between a class action suit and lemon law defense?
While helpful in getting resolution to potentially serious problems, class actions don’t typically pay out large sums of money to any one individual. It’s more of a set amount spread out among many, or a coupon good toward a new purchase.
But according to California law, if your car meets lemon law requirements, the manufacturer — in this case, Chrysler and/or its parent company, Stallantis — is required to REPLACE THE VEHICLE OR REFUND YOUR FULL PURCHASE COSTS!
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 2017-2021 Chrysler Pacifica repaired by Chrysler, but have been refused service?
- Has Chrysler been unable to repair your car after a reasonable number of repair attempts?
- Has Chrysler not offered you a loaner car until the problems are resolved?
- Has Chrysler not made any reimbursement for related expenses?
If you answered “yes” to any of these questions, it’s a strong indication that your minivan 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 Strategic Legal Practices to fight for your rights. We strongly encourage you to schedule your free, no-obligation consultation today. Call Strategic Legal Practices NOW at 844-423-4464.