Mercedes Benz Lemon Law Information

Mercedes Benz is one of the most luxurious auto manufacturers in the world. When you drive a Mercedes Benz, you should expect excellence, luxury and reliability. Unfortunately, this is not always the case and many Mercedes Benz consumers get stuck with an unwanted lemon. Don’t let this happen to you. Consumers have lemon law rights and may be entitled to getting a refund or replacement car for a lemon. If you are driving a Mercedes that is constantly being repaired, contact a lemon law attorney today to discuss your lemon law rights.

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You Have Lemon Law Rights!

Did you know that we have both state and federal consumer protection laws that provide remedies for people who have purchased or leased a lemon? If you own or lease a Mercedes that has been giving you problems, you may have a Mercedes lemon on your hands. Many Mercedes consumers find themselves at the repair shop over and over again for persistent problems with their cars. If you have repeatedly repaired your Mercedes during the warranty period, you should speak with a lemon law attorney who can evaluate your potential lemon law claim. If your car is a lemon, you will be entitled to a refund or replacement vehicle plus the payment of your reasonable attorneys fees and costs.

More than 100,000 cars sold every year in the United States are lemons. The lemon laws provide protection for new and used cars that are purchased or leased. The lemon laws are tricky, so it is best to speak with a Lemon Law Expert who can explain your rights to you in detail.

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Common Complaints with Mercedes Benz Vehicles

The lemon laws apply to new and used, purchased or leased vehicles as long as the repairs took place during the warranty period. In order to have a valid lemon law complaint, the facts must demonstrate that the consumer provided Mercedes with a reasonable opportunity to repair the vehicle during the warranty period. Mercedes has had its fair share of lemons including but not limited to the following model cars: Mercedes C, Mercedes CLK. Mercedes CLS, Mercedes SLK, Mercedes SL, Mercedes ML, Mercedes E, Mercedes GL, Mercedes G, Mercedes GLK, Mercedes S, and more.

Some of the more common issues experienced with the lemon Mercedes vehicles include, but are not limited to the following:

  • Difficulty going into gear
  • Transmission failure
  • Steering wheel resists turning
  • Fuel leak
  • Hood opening while driving
  • Front seatbelt anchor comes loose
  • Inoperable air bags
  • And more…
All these problems can substantially impair the safety, use and value of your vehicle. If you had multiple issues for these problems, it is possible that your Mercedes may be a lemon.

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What You Should Do if You Have a Mercedes Lemon

If you suspect your Mercedes is a lemon, you might be right! The Lemon Law Experts of Consumer Law Experts have handled countless Mercedes lemon law claims. The Lemon Law Experts have a superb success rate and have a great working relationship with Mercedes Benz. If your car has been repaired repeatedly during the warranty period, call our Lemon Law Experts today who will provide you with a case evaluation. Our attorneys pride are standing by to see if they can assist you. Don’t get stuck with a lemon! Let the Lemon Law Experts get you the compensation that you deserve. Call us today at 877-885-5366.

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“I had the pleasure of working with the Lemon Law Experts. I leased a 2013 Mercedes Benz that had repeated engine issues. I took it in for repairs more than 5 times. After the fifth repair visit, I knew that something was not right so I searched on line for a lemon law attorney and I found the Lemon Law Experts. Their attorneys were very responsive and they spent a lot of time learning about my case. They guided me through the lemon law process and within 60 days, they got me a refund. I highly recommend the use of the Lemon Law Experts for any one experiencing problems with their vehicle. I am so happy I found them! Thank you!”

– Jackie Besharat (Review Source)