Did you purchase or lease an Audi that isn’t performing as offered under the express manufacturer’s warranty? If the manufacturer or dealer hasn’t been able to repair a defect or “nonconformity” that’s under warranty, you may be able to file a complaint and recover your damages, depending on state and federal Lemon Law protections. You will want to contact a Lemon Law attorney to determine eligibility.
Examples of Audi Defects that May Warrant a Lemon Law Suit
Numerous models of Audis have been involved in lemon law cases around the nation, including Audi A4, Audi A5, Audi A6, Audi A7, Audi Q5, Audi R8, Audi S4, Audi S5 and Audi TT. Below are a few examples of problems Audi owners have had with their vehicles that the manufacturer has had great difficulty reconciling. (Note, many of them are serious concerns that can cause injury or death if not addressed or that can cause the owner consistent extra expenses and headaches.)
- Headlights that shut off randomly and sporadically when driving
- Consuming excess oil
- Water leakages
- Defects with the oil light on the dash
- Defects with windows, sunroofs, and convertible tops
- Transmissions that stick, jerk or hesitate
- Dashboard lights that illuminate without cause, particularly with the check engine light
- Steering columns that vibrate inexplicably or generate noise braking issues
Do you have an Audi lemon?
Each state has its own specific Lemon Laws with distinct definitions, evidentiary requirements, and procedures. Although our firm is based in California, we handle Lemon Law cases in all 50 states, and we are well-versed in all aspects of defective consumer product complaints in each state. If you’ve been having trouble with your Audi, our team at Lemon Law Experts can review your case and determine if you have a valid lawsuit.For example, if you purchased your Audi in California, we will start by determining if your case meets the state’s Lemon Law specs such as the following.
- The car is under warranty, and the defect is covered.
- The manufacturer has not otherwise remedied the situation with you, e.g., replace the vehicle or refund the purchase price.
- You purchased the vehicle less than 18 months ago, or the odometer reads 18,000 miles or less.
- The manufacturer failed to fix the car after a reasonable number of attempts.
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Defining “Reasonable Number” of Repair Attempts
What does the law consider a “reasonable number” of repair attempts? Each state provides different stipulations; generally, cars with less than a certain mileage that have a least three or four failed attempts at fixing the defect are covered under Lemon Laws. California Lemon Laws, for instance, explain that the criteria for a reasonable number of repair attempts has been met when one of the following occurs:
- The defect results in a condition that is likely to cause death or serious bodily injury if the vehicle is driven; the car has been subject to repair two or more times; and the consumer has directly notified the manufacturer of the need for repair.
- The car has been subject to repair four or more times, and the car owner has directly notified the manufacturer of the need for repair.
- The defect has caused the car to be out of service for more than 30 calendar days since the owner received the car.
Don’t let your case fall by the wayside. Call the Lemon Law Experts today!
If you purchased a lemon Audi, you are not out of luck. You might be due various damages, including a vehicle replacement. Let our lemon law attorneys, Consumer Law Experts, help you seek justice and reparation. Call The Lemon Law Experts today at (877) 885-5366 for a case evaluation.