Nissan’s Faulty Radar System

Many consumers are reporting that certain 2017 and newer Nissan model vehicles equipped with special Automatic Emergency Braking and Forward Collision Warning systems (AEB/FCW) are malfunctioning.  As a result, the affected vehicles stop unexpectedly and for no reason while in operation. The AEB/FCW system is a safety feature that is supposed to detect obstacles and … Continued

The Chevy Silverado… aka the Chevy Shake-a-Rado!

Are you falling victim to the Chevy Shake? Since early 2016, owners of General Motors trucks and SUVs have fallen victim to what is called the “Chevy Shake”. If you were to Google the Chevy Shake right now, you’d find over 6 million results. Countless owners have experienced violent shaking while driving their vehicles at … Continued

FCA’s Faulty Tigershark Engines

Fiat Chrysler Automobiles (FCA) introduced the 2.4L Tigershark MultiAir II engine back in 2013. The engine was introduced and designed to deliver increased power and torque, while reducing emissions. However, the plan backfired when the engines were reported to be burning excessive amounts of oil. FCA is now faced with an emissions issue that has … Continued

Faulty Jeep Transmissions

Over the past 75 years, Jeep has grown into one of the world’s most famous brands and is a top choice for consumers nationwide. However, not all Jeeps are made the same. Certain Jeep models have a wide range of transmission and engine problems that impair their safety and use. The models that appear to … Continued

Hispanic Woman Quoted $6,000 More for Exact Same Truck

Have you ever felt you were discriminated against when shopping for a car? Have you ever felt you were not given a good deal because you were not white or male? If so, you are not alone. I, Jessica Anvar, Founder and Managing Partner of Consumer Law Experts (aka the Lemon Law Experts), and Bianca … Continued

Auto News: Kia and Hyundai Spontaneous Engine Fires

Kia and Hyundai, two of the fastest growing auto manufacturers in North America, are under scrutiny as a result of defects with various popular Kia and Hyundai model vehicles that may result in non-collision fires. To date, thousands of Kia and Hyundai consumers have reported that their vehicles have spontaneously caught on fire without being … Continued

Ford Diesel Truck Emission Scandal Heats Up

In 2015 Volkswagen was found to have been selling “clean” diesel vehicles that we not clean but were, in fact, significantly worse for the environment. It appears we may now be adding Ford Motor Company (Ford) to the growing list of major vehicle manufacturers who have grossly deceived consumers about their supposed environmentally-friendly vehicles.  Ford … Continued