Mitsubishi Lemon Law Information

Mitsubishi is a Japanese automaker who produces Crossovers, Electric Vehicles, Sedans, Hatchbacks, and SUVs. Their motto is “Drive Your Ambition” and they pride themselves on creating cars that are fun to drive and safe. Unfortunately, this isn’t always the case and a significant number of consumers have dealt with vehicles that didn’t meet the expectations set forth by Mitsubishi. While each state has its own lemon laws, generally if your vehicle has a substantial impairment to its safety, use, or value, then it is probably considered a lemon.

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Lemon Vehicles Explained

The first thing to note is that each state has its own distinct set of lemon laws. However, when analyzing lemon law on a general basis we can see that there are some basic standards that are central to any lemon law case. Lemon law states that if your vehicle has a substantial impairment to its safety, use, or value, then it is very likely that you’re driving a Mitsubishi lemon. Once you become the owner of a Mitsubishi, the manufacturer or its representative is responsible for honoring any and all warranties they gave you. If you get stuck with a lemon and the manufacturer refuses to repurchase, replace, or compensate you, you will want to speak with one of our experienced Lemon Law attorneys. They will break down the law and help explain it to you and how it applies to your specific circumstances. For a free consultation with one of our specialized attorneys or experts, contact the Lemon Law Experts today.

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Mitsubishi Common Issues and Defects

Our experts have experience handling all sorts of lemon law cases, including representing Mitsubishi owners! Numerous Mitsubishi models have been reported as having issues or defects that cannot be properly fixed by the manufacturer. Some of the models that are most commonly reported are:

  • Mitsubishi Eclipse Spyder GT
  • Mitsubishi Eclipse 4-cyl.
  • Mitsubishi Endeavor
  • Mitsubishi Galant 4-cyl.
  • Mitsubishi Lancer ES
  • Mitsubishi Lancer Evolution
  • Mitsubishi Lancer Ralliart
  • Mitsubishi Outlander 4-cyl.
  • Mitsubishi Outlander Sport
  • Mitsubishi Outlander V6

Although these are some of the most common models that owners have opened lemon law cases with, if your model doesn’t appear on the list above, you may still have a case! Contact our seasoned Lemon Law Experts today to find out more. Some of the most common issues found with Mitsubishi models are:

  • Premature break wear
  • Transmission failure
  • Dead battery
  • Clutch Failed
  • Faulty hinges
  • Paint chipping
  • Low tire pressure light
  • Sub frame rusting
  • Oil pump stops working
  • Catalytic converter stops working

Remember, just because your specific issue is not listed does not mean you do not have a lemon. For more information and a consultation on your Mitsubishi lemon please contact the Lemon Law Experts today!

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    What to Expect With Your Mitsubishi Lemon

    If you think you have a Mitsubishi lemon, it is vital that you consult with an expert to determine your best course of action. The attorneys at Consumer Law Experts, PC will evaluate your case today. Relief for your faulty Mitsubishi could include a repurchase, a replacement or a cash offer. Also, if you are the prevailing party, Mitsubishi will pay your reasonable attorneys’ fees and costs.