BMW North America Repurchases 2006 750 li

On April 13, 2011, this lemon law client contacted us regarding her 2006 BMW li. This was a gift from her husband that was bought for the in client 2005, and cost almost $90,000. At the time she contacted us the vehicle had approximately 90,000 miles on it and was way out of warranty. The problems with this BMW lemon were related to the transmission where the vehicle would drop out of gear while at a complete stop, and it felt as if the vehicle was being hit from behind. This initial problem began approximately 2 months after the client got the car, but was not verified by BMW until the vehicle was way out of the BMW’s 4 years/50,000 mile manufacturer warranty. The lemon law lawyers at Consumer Law Experts, requested that BMW North America repurchase this lemon, and the manufacturer’s initially declined and rather offered the client a Certified Pre-Owned (CPO) Vehicle or in the alternative, a nuisance value cash settlement. This was unacceptable to the client and her lemon law attorneys. It was explained to BMWNA that nowhere under California lemon law does it state a client should have to take a used car or a cash settlement. After back and forth negotiations the lemon law attorneys at Consumer Law Experts prevailed, and BMW North America agreed to repurchase this lemon, in addition to paying her attorney’s fees and costs. Within 30 days from the time this client contacted Consumer Law Experts she was out of this lemon. The client recovered all her monies back after driving this car for more than 5 years and 90,000 miles. You can find this ecstatic client driving the streets of LA in her new 2011 BMW 750 li.