Your car may be a lemon if warning lights repeatedly appear. One of our clients began noticing a brake system warning light in their brand-new 2022 Acura MDX within months of purchase. The service provider could not find anything wrong with the vehicle despite extensive tests and inspections. No repairs were made related to the brakes; however, the dealer did replace a tire pressure monitoring system (TPMS) sensor. The Acura spent just one day in for repairs.

Less than a month later, our client returned to the dealership and noted that the brake system warning light had returned. They were also experiencing various issues with the MDX’s infotainment system. The dealer could not find what was wrong with the car but ordered new components for the Acura. One month later, our client returned to the dealer for repairs.

The brake system warning light and infotainment system symptoms persisted. The dealer was unable to replicate these issues. Four months later, however, our client was back at the repair shop for the same exact problems. Upon reviewing their situation, our team quickly determined that this client’s new 2022 Acura MDX was a lemon.

With assistance from the Lemon Law Experts, our client was able to secure a lemon law buyback agreement in which the manufacturer agreed to repurchase the defective MDX, reimburse our clients for all monies associated with their Acura lemon, and cover their attorney fees and costs. Our client was incredibly pleased with what our team was able to do for them.

Our client used their settlement to purchase a new, safer vehicle that wouldn’t need frequent trips to the mechanic. They were relieved to finally get rid of their Acura lemon. If you have had similar problems with your Acura or other vehicle, let us know. You too may be able to get rid of that lemon and qualify for cash compensation. Find out if you qualify for free by contacting the Lemon Law Experts as soon as possible.