Swedish-born VOLVO is a popular consumer choice for vehicles and a forerunner in safety research. With its roots in Latin, Volvo means “I roll,” which brand has been rolling around since 1927. Volvo offers a lineup of sedans, coupes and sport-utility vehicles that are known for their combination of safety and style. Various Volvo models have earned the “Top Safety Pick Plus” designation by the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety, making this vehicle a popular consumer choice.
Do You Have a Volvo Lemon?
Although Volvos are considered to be a top safety choice for consumers, not all Volvos are created the same. If you find yourself repeatedly presenting your Volvo for repairs while under warranty, chances are that your Volvo is a lemon.
If your Volvo is a lemon, you have rights. We have both state and federal lemon laws that provide consumer protection in the form of a vehicle refund, replacement vehicle, cash compensation and/or the payment of reasonable attorneys fees and costs.
Volvo Lemon Law FAQs
Did you know that 1% of all Volvos that are purchased or leased are lemons. The California lemon laws apply to new, used, purchased and leased Volvos. Below are some of our frequently asked questions about Volvo lemon law claims.
What am I entitled to if my Volvo is a lemon? If your Volvo is a lemon, you are entitled to a refund, replacement Volvo or cash compensation. If you choose a refund, Volvo will reimburse you all monies you spent on your Volvo including your monthly payments, down payment, pro-rated registration, taxes and fees, minus a usage fee. The usage fee is a value for when you drove the Volvo ‘trouble-free.’ If you choose a replacement, Volvo will replace your lemon Volvo with one that is substantially similar. If you choose cash compensation, you will retain your current Volvo and receive cash compensation for its diminished value as a result of its defects.
Does the Lemon Law Apply to my Used Volvo? The California lemon law does apply to used vehicles as long as you purchased the used vehicle with a warranty and the repairs took place during the warranty period. Often times, used vehicles are sold while still under the manufacturer warranty. If this is the case and your vehicle was repaired while under warranty, you may qualify for lemon law relief.
Volvo Defects that Result in a Lemon Law Claim
Volvo manufacturers many different model vehicles including sedans, coupes, crossovers, hatchbacks and sport-utility vehicles. The Volvo Sport Utility Vehicles / Crossovers include the following:
- Volvo XC90
- Volvo XC60
The Volvo Estate / Hatchback vehicles include the following:
- Volvo V90
- Volvo V60
- Volvo V40
The Volvo Cross Country vehicles include the following:
- Volvo V60 Cross Country
- Volvo S60 Cross Country
- Volvo V40 Cross Country
The Volvo Sedan vehicles include the following:
- Volvo S90
- Volvo S60
California Volvo consumers who own and lease all models of Volvos have reported the following problems with their vehicles:
- Automatic brake system malfunction
- Fuel leaks
- BLIS defects
- Faulty convertible tops
- Sunroof and window defects
- Excessive oil consumption
- Failing to start
- HAVC problems
- Air pump replacements
- Illumination of the ABS light
- Illumination of the check engine light
- Electrical system defects
- Transmission failure
- Air bag defects
- Gear shift defects
- Premature low battery
- Rough shifting
- Noise vibrations
- Water leaks
- And more…
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The Lemon Law Experts Can Help
If you have repeatedly repaired your Volvo while under warranty, do not delay and contact the Lemon Law Experts. Our attorneys have successfully represented thousands of California consumers with their California lemon law claims to obtain refunds, replacements and cash compensation. We boast an incredible success rate and have repeatedly been the top choice for California consumers with their lemon law claims.
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