Lexus is the luxury vehicle division of one of the world’s most popular automakers, Toyota. They’re recognized for providing performance luxury vehicles that are both safe and fun to drive. Lexus likes to use the motto, “The Relentless Pursuit of Perfection” do describe their mission as a brand. However, on this pursuit to perfection there has been and will continue to be numerous slip-ups that have an effect on consumers worldwide. When paying a premium price for a supposedly premium car, you expect perfection. If you’ve been experiencing flaws with your Lexus that reduce its value or that are safety concerns, address it with the manufacturer immediately. If they are not able to fix these issues, you should reach out to the Lemon Law Experts for help. Call us for a free consultation today!
Lemon Law Rights
Lemon Law grants consumers the ability to receive compensation for their defective vehicle. As long as the vehicle is still under warranty and the manufacturer has been given reasonable opportunity to fix the issues or defects, you might be qualified for a lemon law suit. Although it’s important to note that each state has its own lemon laws, generally these are the guidelines to follow. When you purchase or lease a Lexus, the manufacturer is responsible for upholding the warranty that you were promised at the time of purchase. If you believe you own a lemon, you will want to speak with experienced attorneys who can help you decide the best course of action. Luckily, at Lemon Law Experts, our attorneys have helped thousands of customers receive millions in compensation for their lemon vehicles. For a consultation, contact the Lemon Law Experts today!
Common Defects with Lexus Lemons
We have experience handling all sorts of Lemon Law cases, including those regarding Lexus owners who have been dealing with stubborn mechanical issues or defects. Throughout the United States, numerous Lexus models have been reported as lemons. Some of the most common ones include the CT 200h, ES 350, GS 450h, GX 460, HS 250h, IS 250 and 250C, LS 460L, LX RX 350 and 450h, and SC 430. Below are few common complaints that arise with Lexus models.
- Transmission problems
- Engine vibration
- Faulty check engine and brake light system lights on the dash
- Brake issues that lead to excessive tire wear
- Vibrations in the sunroof, doors and wheels
- Failure to start
- Trunk flaws that cause gaps in which rain water can enter
- Faulty sensors
- Water pumps that leak
- Wind noise (sounds like window is open, even when closed)
- Door not working properly
- Dashboard cracking
- Premature tire wear
- Sunroof explosion
- Navigation issues
- Shift lag, ASL
Remember, just because your defect or mechanical issue isn’t listed above doesn’t mean we can’t help. If your car has had multiple repair attempts and the issue still can’t be resolved, give us a call today to see if you have a viable case.
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Steps to Follow if You Have a Lexus Lemon
If you believe your Lexus is a lemon there are a few things you should do. The first of which is find an expert lemon law attorney who will be able to take you through the process step-by-step. Our attorneys are thoroughly experienced in lemon law and have an extremely high success rate. In order to make the process run smoothly, it would be very beneficial to have the following information available.
- Financing or leasing agreement
- Registration Card
- Copies of correspondence sent to Lexus
- Copy of all receipts or orders for repairs
- What the repair technicians told you
- How many times your car has malfunctioned or broken down
- How long it’s been out of service/not functioning (if applicable)
For help resolving your Lexus Lemon claim, call The Lemon Law Experts today.