Nissan Lemon Law Information

Nissan loves to say: Innovation that excites. There is nothing more exciting getting into a new car and simply just driving. That is the goal when you buy a new car. On the other hand, there is nothing more frustrating than driving a vehicle that is constantly having problems and being repaired on a regular basis- especially for the same issues or problems. If your Nissan is experiencing multiple repairs for the same issues or problems then your Nissan may in fact be a lemon.

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Nissan Lemon Law Rights

The lemon law is a consumer protection law that was designed to protect consumers who have purchased any good with a warranty. Both pursuant to your state lemon law and the Federal lemon law, if your Nissan has been subject to multiple repair attempts or has been out of service for an extended period of time, it is possible that your Nissan is a lemon. It is a common misconception that the lemon law only applies to new vehicles that were purchased, however that is not the case. If you have purchased or leased a new or used Nissan that had repairs done pursuant to the warranty, then you potentially have a lemon law claim. The only way to fully understand your Nissan lemon law rights is to contact an experienced lemon law attorney.

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Is My Nissan a Lemon?

If you have purchased or leased a Nissan vehicle, including the Nissan Versa, Nissan Sentra, Nissan Cube, Nissan Altima, Nissan Maxima, Nissan Rogue, Nissan 370z, Nissan GT, Nissan Juke, Nissan Murano, Nissan Armada, Nissan Xterra, Nissan Pathfinder, Nissan Quest, Nissan Frontier, and Nissan Titan you are protected by state lemon law and federal lemon law. It covers issues including, but not limited to:

  • Transmission failure
  • Air conditioner only blowing warm air
  • Coolant leaking
  • ABS light illuminating
  • Airbag light illuminating
  • Check engine light illuminating
  • Engine running rough
  • Engine burning excessive oil
  • CVT transmission shuttering/vibrating excessively
  • A lag/delay when shifting
  • Transmission jerking when shifting
  • Transmission slipping

If you have experienced any of the issues listed above or are experiencing other issues with your Nissan, and you have taken it to an authorized Nissan dealership for repairs, and these issues continue to persist, or were not repaired in a reasonable number of attempts it is possible your vehicle is a lemon. Also, if your vehicle was in the shop for an extended period of time, it is possible based on that repair attempt alone that your Nissan could be deemed a lemon.

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    The easiest and best way to determine if your vehicle is a lemon is to contact the lemon law experts at Consumer Law Experts. Upon calling you will speak with a experienced lemon law expert and/or lemon law attorney who can help evaluate your potential claim and make a determination regarding your Nissan lemon law rights. If you do not call then you do not know. Call today and speak with a lemon law expert about your Nissan and your lemon law rights. Allow the Lemon Law Experts to help you get rid of that uneasy feeling when driving your Nissan, and help you get back that Nissan feeling of Innovation that excites.