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Jeep is manufactured by Fiat Chrysler Automobiles, LLC.  Often considered the first SUV, Jeep vehicles have a long history with military roots dating back to World War II.   With the trademark slogan “Go Anywhere. Do Anything” Jeep has an epically loyal fan base appealing particularly to the outdoorsy crowd who fall for its rugged good looks and sporty design. However, it’s not all roses because Jeep has its share of lemons.

If you believe you are driving a lemon, call our office for a free consultation. All Attorney’s fees are paid by the manufacturer, so you have nothing to lose.

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Are You Driving A Jeep Lemon?

Despite its popularity, Jeep has its fair share of manufacturing defects.  If your Jeep vehicle’s defect impairs its safety, use, or value, chances are you may have a lemon.  However, you should not be discouraged.  Your vehicle may qualify for a repurchase under the California lemon law as long as you complained about the defect within the warranty period, the dealership was unable to repair it after a reasonable number of attempts, and you bring your claim within the applicable statute of limitations.


If you leased or purchased a new or used Jeep and it qualifies as a lemon, the manufacturer will repurchase the vehicle, provide a full refund including your down payment,  (minus a mileage offset up to the time of the first applicable repair order), registration dues and reimburse you for all out of pocket expenses such as towing and rental costs. Additionally, the manufacturer will pay for your attorney’s fees and costs pursuant to the California lemon law.


If your Jeep’s defect effects your safety, use or value, there is a great chance you may be driving a lemon. Under the California lemon law, as long as you have allowed the manufacturer to repair your vehicle under the warranty period, and they have not been successful in doing so, you can file your lemon claim within the statute of limitation. Call the Law Offices of Alisa Goukasian to learn more about your rights and to request a free consultation.

Typical Complaints Made About Jeep Automobiles

     Reported issues with Jeep vehicles include, but are not limited to:


               – Shuttering;

               – Shaking/Vibrating of the steering wheel;

               – Transmission issues;

               – Acceleration issues;

               – Engine issues;

     – And various other issues…..


This list is not inclusive. If you are having an issue with your Jeep and it is not listed, you may still have a lemon and seek damages. If something with your vehicle seems off and the dealership is unable to fix it call our Los Angeles Lemon attorneys to see if your car qualifies as a lemon.

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Does My Jeep Qualify For A Lemon Under The California Lemon Law?

In order for your Jeep to qualify as a lemon, the following must apply: 


  • The vehicle must have been under the manufacturer’s warranty at the time of the defect. The same is true for used vehicles under warranty.
  • You must have given the Jeep dealership a reasonable number of opportunities to fix the defect.  A reasonable opportunity could be as little as two repairs if the defect could foreseeably cause serious bodily injury or death.

Need Help Filing A Jeep Lemon Law Claim In CA?

Many Jeep consumers run into difficult obstacles when trying to file a lemon claim on their own. Dealerships and manufacturers make it difficult to obtain refunds and replacements they are entitled to. This is why it is so important to hire an attorney who can guide you through the entire claim process and help you obtain the most favorable outcome.


If you have been dealing with a defective vehicle and need Los Angeles Lemon Law representation, call our firm today to discuss your particular issues. We know how frustrating it can be to deal with a defective vehicle. Our lawyers will help you obtain the compensation that you are entitled to. Call our office or contact us today to schedule a free, no-obligation consultation.