Porsche, the German Automaker, specializes in high-performance sports vehicles that have been widely recognized among the best in the world since their inception in 1931. They are owned by the Volkswagen Group and have eleven production facilities in nine countries. If you’re shelling out the money to purchase one of these beautiful vehicles, you would expect it to work flawlessly. However, that is not always the case. Thousands of complaints have been reported in the United States for numerous issues or defects that Porsche owners have experienced. If you have experienced repeated issues with your Porsche, you’re not alone. Call us today to speak with one of our experienced team members to determine if you qualify for a lemon law claim.
Do you have a Porsche that’s a lemon?
Still wondering if you have a lemon or not? No worries, our team at Lemon Law Experts can help determine if you have a valid lawsuit. The following are some of the parameters that you would need to meet if you wanted to file a lemon law suit in California:The car is under warranty, and the defect is covered.
The manufacturer has not otherwise remedied the situation with you, e.g., replace the vehicle or refund the purchase price.
You purchased the vehicle less than 18 months ago, or the odometer reads 18,000 miles or less.
The manufacturer failed to fix the car after a reasonable number of attempts.
What does “Reasonable Number” of Repair Attempts Mean?
What does the law consider a “reasonable number” of repair attempts? Each state’s laws vary; generally, cars with less than a certain mileage that have at least three or four failed attempts at fixing the defect are covered under Lemon Laws. California Lemon Laws, explain that the criteria for a reasonable number of repair attempts have been met when one of the following occurs:
- The defect results in a condition that is likely to cause death or serious bodily injury if the vehicle is driven; the car has been subject to repair two or more times; and the consumer has directly notified the manufacturer of the need for repair.
- The car has been subject to repair four or more times, and the car owner has directly notified the manufacturer of the need for repair.
- The defect has caused the car to be out of service for more than 30 calendar days since the owner received the car.
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If you purchased a lemon Porsche, you may have remedy. You could be due various damages, including a refund, vehicle replacement, or cash compensation. Let our lemon law attorneys help you seek justice and get you out of that lemon. Call The Lemon Law Experts today for a case evaluation.