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Fiat Lemon Law


Even though this is an Italian made car, it is still protected under both your state and the federal lemon laws. The lemon law protects your Fiat whether you purchased or leased it. In order for your vehicle to be covered under the lemon law there needs to be multiple repairs for the same issue or problem, and that issue needs to substantially impair the safety, use or value of your Fiat.

Fiat and the Lemon Law

Determining substantial impairment to the safety, use or value of your vehicle often times requires the help of an experienced lemon law attorney, simply because what is substantial to the consumer may not always be substantial to the manufacturer. This difference of opinion is becoming clearer when dealing with electrical issues and items such as navigation, Bluetooth, and backup cameras. This is where the help of an experienced lemon law attorney can outline to the manufacturer how and why this is substantially impairing your safety, use and value of your Fiat.

Common Cadillac Lemon Law Defects

Cadillac manufacturers many different types and styles of vehicle from luxury sedans to extended sports utility vehicles. Below is a list of the Cadillac models:

  • Cadillac ATS
  • Cadillac CTS
  • Cadillac XTS
  • Cadillac CT6
  • Cadillac XT5 CROSSOVER
  • Cadillac ESCALADE
  • Cadillac ESCALADE ESV

The attorneys of the Lemon Law Experts, have successfully assisted many California Cadillac consumers who own and lease all models of Cadillacs with their lemon law claims. Consumers have reported some common problems with their Cadillacs, which include but are not limited to the following:

  • Engine stalling while in operation
  • Engine failure
  • Engine running rough
  • Illumination of the check engine light
  • Loss of power
  • Unintended acceleration
  • Rough idle
  • Emissions system shuts down
  • Illumination of the power steering warning lights
  • Vibration in floor and rumbling
  • Refrigerant leak
  • Broken control arm
  • Broken roll bar connection
  • Broken strut tower
  • Broken drive axle
  • Steering column lock error
  • And more…

Is my Fiat a Lemon?

While each lemon law claim is unique, successful lemon law claims have been brought for the following Fiat models- Fiat 500, Fiat 500c, Fiat 500e, Fiat 500L, Fiat Linea, Fiat Punto, and the Fiat Uno. The issues with these Fiats included:
  • Check engine light illuminating
  • Noise when turning
  • Engine stopping while driving
  • Pressure plate failing
  • Vehicle not shifting smoothly
  • Vehicle overheating in traffic
  • Clutch failing

The problems listed above may substantially impair the safety, use and value of your Dodge vehicle. If you have experienced repeated repairs for these issues, it is possible that your Dodge is a lemon and you should contact our CA Lemon Law Experts.

Contact the Lemon Law Experts for a Case Evaluation Today

If your Italian Fiat has been in to the dealership for repairs, it is possible that you are in fact driving a Fiat lemon. The lemon law applies to your Fiat whether it is new or used and leased or purchased. To fully understand your lemon law rights contact an experienced lemon law attorney today for a case evaluation. There is no reason to delay in contacting the lemon law experts at Consumer Law Experts at (206) 566-7720 for a case evaluation. Protect your lemon law rights and contact a lemon law expert today about the issues you are having with your Fiat.

What Our Clients Are Saying

“The Lemon Law Experts handled my case to perfection! It was a fast and easy process to get my car paid off and get me money back. I would highly recommend the Lemon Law Experts. I am very pleased with the outcome they received on my behalf. Thank you for a job well done!”

Michael C.
2017 Nissan Sentra


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