An employee of a consulting firm embarked on a challenging journey with the company’s new 2023 Lincoln Navigator L. Despite being a brand-new company vehicle, this Navigator L faced a mix of issues that persisted over several months, severely impacting its usability and reliability.

As time went on, it became increasingly apparent that the vehicle was plagued with persistent mechanical faults, interior imperfections, and electronic glitches. These issues not only disrupted the employee’s daily commute but also hindered crucial business trips, causing significant inconvenience and frustration.

The service providers made extensive repairs to the vehicle, yet issues persisted. In total, the vehicle spent over 97 days out of service due to repairs. This is well enough to classify the vehicle as a lemon under California’s Lemon Law, entitling our client to legal recourse.

Although company-owned, the Lincoln Navigator L qualified for warranty repairs and service interventions, emphasizing the importance of safeguarding consumer rights in all vehicle purchases, including corporate vehicle acquisitions.

This client found great results in their lemon law claim with assistance from the Lemon Law Experts.

Through the dedicated efforts of the Lemon Law Experts, Lincoln agreed to repurchase the defective vehicle, covering all expenses related to this vehicle minus a fee for when it was driven without problems.

They also reimbursed our client for their legal fees and costs, resulting in a satisfactory resolution to the vehicle-related issues.

This success story exemplifies the Lemon Law Experts’ unwavering dedication to achieving positive results for our clients. If you are a California resident dealing with similar automotive issues, our experienced team is ready to help.

They provide a free, no-obligation consultation to determine whether you are eligible for lemon law remedies such as a new vehicle, cash compensation, or a refund. To learn more about your options, contact the Lemon Law Experts at 877-885-5366 or visit our website today.