Mazda Lemon Law Information
You may have been drawn to Mazda for its lineup of stylish vehicles with a variety of customizable options or its promise of “thrilling performance.” However, many consumers have been less than “thrilled” with their Mazda vehicles due to repeated problems and defects. Mazda drivers have made numerous complaints and filed lawsuits regarding unexpected issues with their Mazda vehicles.
If you are experiencing repeated problems with your vehicle and have taken your vehicle to be repaired multiple times for the same issue, your Mazda may be a lemon. You may be entitled to a new car, a refund, or monetary compensation for your lemon.
Mazda Lemon Law RightsLet the lemon laws work for you. You don’t have to be stuck in your unwanted Mazda. Fortunately, state and federal laws offer protection for consumers who have bought or leased a lemon. In California, the Song-Beverly Act protects consumers who have purchased or leased a vehicle and have made multiple repair attempts for a defect in the vehicle. California’s lemon law offers the possibility for the manufacturer to buyback the vehicle, furnish the consumer with a new vehicle, or provide cash compensation to the consumer. Your state’s lemon law may offer similar protections. Additionally, the federal lemon law–The Magnuson-Moss Warranty Act–provides protection for consumers by holding manufacturers accountable for their vehicles when they fail to comply with the written promises and standards in the warranty. When a manufacturer has sold an unsafe, defective, or otherwise dangerous vehicle, that may give rise to a lemon law claim. You may be entitled to a replacement vehicle, refund, or cash as compensation for your lemon. First, make sure to keep records of each issue and the repair attempts. Next, contact the Lemon Law Experts to learn more about what legal rights and protection you may have under the lemon law.
Common Mazda Issues
- Illumination of engine warning light
- Clutch failure
- Engine stalling or failing;
- Rattling noise when driving
- Defective engine timing chain
- Acceleration when braking
- Defective Air Conditioning unit
- Melting dashboard panel
- Front seat shaking or loose
- Faulty tire valve stem
- Paint cracking or peeling
- And many more.