Nissan Lemon

Do You Suspect Your Nissan is a Lemon?

Have you experienced problems with your Nissan stalling? Do you think you are driving a Nissan lemon? If so, your car might be part of the recent global Nissan recall that affects approximately One Million Nissan cars.  Nissan recently recalled approximately One Million of their cars for defective accelerator sensors.  The defective sensors pose a substantial safety concern as they can result in the engine stalling.

Specifically, the recall covers the 2004 through 2013 Nissan Serena, Infiniti M, X-trail sport utility vehicle, Lafesta and Fuga.  The defective sensors in the affected cars can result in a stalled engine and/or the car losing speed.  Fortunately, there is a fix for this problem. Nissan announced that it will replace the defective accelerator sensors in the affected vehicles, free of charge.  Owners of the affected vehicles need to take their cars to an authorized Nissan dealership for repair work.  Nissan will replace the defective accelerator pedals and make adjustments to the engine control programming in order to fix the defect.  Nissan estimates that the repair work will take approximately ninety minutes, after which owner can drive away in their cars.

If you own or lease a 2004 through 2013 Nissan and you have experienced problems with your car stalling, you may be driving a Nissan lemon and you may be entitled to a refund, replacement car or cash compensation.  The Lemon Law Experts of Consumer Law Experts have received many inquiries from consumers regarding this recent recall.  If you suspect you are driving a Nissan lemon, call our lemon law attorneys today for a confidential and free case evaluation.  Our lemon law attorneys will be able to tell you whether you have a lemon law claim against Nissan for the problems that you have experienced with your car.  Do not hesitate – call our attorneys today for a free case review.