Infiniti Lemon Law Information
Infiniti is a Japanese performance-luxury automaker owned and operated under the Nissan Motor Company. It was established in 1989 with the intention of competing against American and European luxury performance automakers on the global market. However exciting and luxurious Infiniti’s vehicles may be they are certainly not immune to issues or defects. Many frustrated owners get stuck with Infiniti lemons and are in need of guidance. If you have experienced numerous issues with your Infiniti and think you might have a viable lawsuit on your hands, call us today. Our Lemon Law Experts can provide you with a free consultation and walk you through the entire lemon law process!
How Do I Know If I Have An Infiniti Lemon?Determining if you have an Infiniti Lemon can often times be a complex process. Luckily, you can count on our experienced lemon law attorneys to explain everything in an easy to understand way. To give you an idea, one of the reasons that it can be complicated is because lemon laws vary from state to state. Our Lemon Law Experts are knowledgeable about all 50 states’ lemon laws and the federal laws that go along with them. Generally speaking, if your vehicle has a substantial impairment to its safety, use, or value and Infiniti cannot repair it in a reasonable number of repair attempts then you might be driving a lemon. Another important factor is that some states, like California, require that the manufacturer pay for the consumer’s reasonable attorney’s fees and costs, if the consumer is deemed the prevailing party. This makes the law accessible to all people regardless of income or status.
Common Issues with Infiniti Lemons
- Most Reported Infiniti Problems
- Cracked radiator
- Transmission failure
- Car won’t start
- Premature tire wear
- Steering wheel metal bar came out
- Air bag warning light
- Dashboard cracking
- Differential Failed
- Master cylinder and pump seal fail
- Premature brake wear