Honda Lemon Law Information
Honda vehicles are some of the most highly demanded and regarded by American drivers. Why is this so? This is most likely the case because Honda has a great reputation for manufacturing reliable and quality vehicles that stand the test of time. It could also be because Honda vehicles are known to provide a great driving experience and are available for a reasonable price in markets across the United States. Unfortunately, not all Honda consumers feel this way because there are always new lemons on the road.
If you own or lease a new or used Honda and have found yourself in the repair shop for repeated repairs, chances are your Honda is a lemon. Not to worry though! We have state lemon laws and federal lemon laws that offer consumers protection in the event they purchased or leased a Honda that is a lemon.
What is a “Lemon Vehicle”?A vehicle is considered a “lemon” when it is under warranty and has defects that the manufacturer is unwilling or unable to fix. Lemon laws vary across state lines but generally speaking, lemon law states that if your vehicle has a substantial impairment to the use, safety, or value and Honda cannot repair it in a reasonable number of attempts then you might be driving a Honda lemon. For a consultation with a law firm that specializes in California Lemon Law cases, contact the Lemon Law Experts at 877-678-0408. Contact Us Today
Common Honda Issues or Defects
At Lemon Law Experts, we have experience handling all sorts of different Lemon Law cases. Numerous Honda models have been reported as lemons including the following: Civic, Civic Hybrid, Accord, CR-V, Element, Fit, Pilot, Odyssey, and Ridgeline amongst others. If your Honda is a lemon you may be entitled to get a refund, replacement, or cash compensation. Thousands of lemon law claims have been initiated for a variety of Honda models ranging across a wide array of issues and defects.
The problems with Hondas include, but are not limited to:
- Excessive oil consumption
- Grinding noise from engine
- Surging, stumbling and loss of power
- Stalls out after starting
- Loses power during acceleration
- Illumination of the check engine light
- Engine shudder
- Premature brake wear
- Squeaky brakes
- Warped rotors
- Vibration from brakes
- Brakes sticking
- Transmission jerks into gear
- Trouble shifting gears
- Transmission slipping
- Occasional hesitation
- Engine will not turn over or start
- Faulty alarm system
- TPMS warning light
- Premature and frequent battery failure
- And more….