Land Rover has taken over the market for luxury sport utility vehicles. Since 2010, Land Rover has introduced two-wheel drive variants, both of the Freelander, and of the Evoque, after exclusively featuring 4WD cars for 62 years. And while Land Rovers are beautiful vehicles, like all vehicles, they have their share of lemons.
Despite its great appeal, Land Rover has its fair share of manufacturing defects. If your Land Rover’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 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 your purchased or leased, new or used Land Rover qualifies as a lemon, the manufacturer will repurchase the vehicle, provide a full refund including your down payment and payments toward the vehicle (minus a mileage offset up to the time of the first applicable repair order), reimburse registration fees and all out of pocket expenses such as towing and rental costs. In addition, the manufacturer will pay for your attorney’s fees and costs pursuant to the California lemon law. Therefore, call the Law Offices of Alisa Goukasian at (818)242-4601 for a free case review.
Reported issues with Land Rover vehicles include, but are not limited to:
If you are having an issue with your Land Rover 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 at (818)242-4601 to see if your Land Rover is a lemon.
If you took your Land Rover in for repeated repairs or the same issue, contact the Law office of Alisa Goukasian at (818)242-4601. The Land Rover lineup includes but is not limited to the following:
For your Land Rover to qualify as a lemon, the following must apply:
Yes, your used Land Rover can be deemed a lemon if the defect first occurred while under the manufacturer’s warranty and the dealership was provided with a reasonable opportunity to fix the problem and you are within the applicable statute of limitations to bring the claim.
If you have been dealing with a defective Land Rover vehicle and need Representation in the Los Angeles area, 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 at (818)242-4601 to schedule a free, no-obligation consultation.