Subaru Lemon Law Information
Subaru boasts that they attract ‘driving enthusiasts,’ which includes drivers who like sport cars to drivers who love being in the outdoors. Subaru has been around in the United States since 1968 and while it puts out an amazing vehicle to attract its driving enthusiasts, not all the vehicles come off the line as they should. If you leased or purchased a Subaru, with the intent of keeping it for years to come, yet your Subaru has been in the shop for multiple repairs, it is likely that your Subaru could be a lemon. If your Subaru is a lemon, you may qualify for relief pursuant to your state’s lemon law.
How do I know if I my Subaru is a lemon?Whether your Subaru is purchased or leased, new or used, it may be protected under both your state and our federal lemon laws. The requirements to have a valid lemon law claim for your Subaru are simple. First, your Subaru needs to be covered by a warranty. Second, your Subaru needs to have been repaired by an authorized Subaru dealership on multiple occasions. Third, the issues with your Subaru need to substantially affect its safety, use and/or value. If you meet these requirements, it is likely that your Subaru is a lemon. If your Subaru is a lemon, you will be entitled to either a repurchase or replacement of your Subaru, or cash compensation for the issues you have experienced.
Problems with Your Subaru that Justify Starting a Lemon Law Claim
- Vehicle burning excessive oil
- Transmission intermittently locking into gear
- Check engine light illuminating
- Blown head gaskets
- Engine dying while driving
- Rough idle
- Clutch failure at low mileage
- Transmission failing
- Transmission hesitating on acceleration
- Power steering being inoperable