Jeep Lemon Law Information

Jeep is an American automobile brand that is manufactured by Fiat Chrysler Automobiles US LLC. Jeep consists of sport utility vehicles, off-road vehicles and more recently, pick-up trucks. Jeep vehicles have come a long way since about 1945 when the first Jeep emerged as a hero to aid thousands of soldiers in the war. For over the past 75 years, the Jeep brand has grown into one of the world’s most recognizable brands making it a top choice for U.S. consumers.

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Is Your Jeep a Lemon?

Not all Jeeps are made the same. If you have purchased or leased any type of Jeep brand vehicle that has been repeatedly repaired during the manufacturer warranty period, your Jeep may be a lemon and you have rights. Approximately 1% of all vehicles purchased or leased in California are lemons. If your Jeep is a lemon, you should contact one of our Lemon Law Experts who will explain your consumer rights to you. You may be entitled to a refund, a replacement Jeep, or cash compensation plus the payment of your reasonable attorney fees and costs.

California Jeep Lemon Law Tips

If your suspect your Jeep is a lemon, do not delay in getting help from one of our Lemon Law Experts. Remember to take your Jeep to an authorized Jeep or Fiat Chrysler dealer and have them accurately report your complaints in your repair orders. Make sure to retain a copy of all your repair orders, purchase contract or lease agreement and your current registration.

It is important to speak with one of our experienced staff members who can assist you through every step of the lemon law process. Our Lemon Law Experts have helped thousands of California lemon law consumers obtain refunds, replacement vehicles and cash compensation. We are open 24/7 and are here to help you through every step of the way.

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Most Common Jeep Defects

The Jeep line-up of vehicles consists of the following:

  • Jeep Grand Cherokee
  • Jeep Cherokee
  • Jeep Renegade
  • Jeep Compass
  • Jeep Wrangler
  • Jeep Patriot
California Jeep consumers who own and lease all models of Jeeps have reported the following problems with their vehicles:

  • Rough shifting
  • Transmission failure
  • Erratic RPMs
  • Illumination of the check engine light
  • Transmission slipping
  • Transmission locking
  • Failure to downshift
  • Shuttering
  • Engine failing to crank
  • Unintended acceleration
  • Poor acceleration
  • Strut failure
  • Faulty seat belt sensors
  • Fuel odor in the cabin
  • And more…

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The California Lemon Law Experts Can Help

Almost every state has its own lemon laws. Luckily for California consumers, the California Lemon Law is among the strongest in our nation. The California lemon law applies to new, used, purchased and leased vehicles. If you find yourself taking your Jeep into an authorized Jeep or Fiat Chrysler dealer for repeated repairs during the warranty, chances are that your Jeep is a lemon.

You have rights and the California lemon law can help! If Jeep or Fiat Chrysler is unable to repair your Jeep within a reasonable number of repair attempts, then it must either provide you with a refund or replacement Jeep plus pay for your reasonable attorneys fees and costs.