This client began noticing issues with their 2020 Volkswagen Passat at just over 20,000 miles. They took the sedan in for repairs shortly after a check engine light began to appear on the car’s dashboard. Our client took the vehicle to the repair shop on January 25, 2022. The vehicle wasn’t returned to them until February 22, nearly a month later. The service provider found heavy carbon buildup in the car’s secondary air passage. Several components were replaced in the vehicle to repair the issue.

Despite extensive repairs, engine and transmission problems persisted. Our client returned their Volkswagen to the repair shop just three days following this first repair on February 25. This time, they reported that the vehicle was overheating and that they noticed a warning on the dashboard to stop driving the car. Now, the vehicle’s engine was also producing a knocking noise. They thought that the long repair visit should have resolved these issues with the Passat, however, they appeared to be getting even worse. Looking for a different solution, this client found the Lemon Law Experts.

Our team helped this client obtain outstanding results in their case. Volkswagen reached an agreement to buy back the 2020 Passat and reimburse our client for all the monies he spent on this lemon, minus a usage dee.  Volkswagen also paid for his attorney fees and costs. He was happy to have chosen the Lemon Law Experts to represent him in his case as it allowed him to swiftly get rid of his problematic Volkswagen and purchase a new car that provided him with peace of mind.

If you are a resident of California and suspect that you may have bought or leased a lemon, our team is here to help. We will evaluate your situation, at no charge, to determine if you are eligible for cash compensation. Get in touch with us today by calling 877-885-5366 or by submitting an online form on our website.