California Lemon Law Experts Obtain Full Repurchase on Certified Pre-Owned 2008 Lemon BMW 335i

Lemon Law Experts Obtain Full Repurchase on Certified Pre-Owned 2008 Lemon BMW 335i

This lemon law client purchased a certified pre-owned 2007 BMW 335i from a BMW authorized dealership in Monrovia.  At the time of purchase this BMW lemon had almost 30,000 miles on it.  This lemon law client began to experience engine issues with her vehicle, which were evidenced by the vehicle having a rough start, sputtering when driving; and having an excessively long crank.  The BMW 335i is known to have engine issues to a defective fuel pump; however this was not something that this lemon law client was aware of.  By the time this BMW 335i lemon was over 55,000 miles it had been in for more than 5 repairs for these engine issues.  When this lemon law client contacted the lemon law experts at Consumer Law Experts she did not think that anything could be done as her car was already out of warranty.  The lemon law experts assured her that this was not the case.  As long as there are multiple repair attempts during the warranty period a valid lemon law claim can be brought once the warranty has expired.  This is exactly what the lemon law experts at Consumer Law Experts did.  Within two weeks the lemon law experts at Consumer Law Experts were able to obtain a full repurchase pursuant to the Song Beverly Consumer Warranty Act, California’s lemon law.  With this repurchase BMW was forced to take back this BMW 335i lemon, payoff the balance of this lemon law client’s loan, reimburse her for all monies paid toward this vehicle, as well as pay all her attorneys’ fees and costs.

This lemon law client can now be seen driving through the streets of Buena Park in a brand new Honda.

The lesson to be learned from this lemon law client is that a lemon law claim can be brought even when the vehicle is out of warranty.  So long as there are multiple repairs during the actual warranty a consumer will have a valid lemon law claim after the warranty expires.  However, the sooner a claim is brought the better.