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Volkswagen Lemon Law


Volkswagen… Das Auto (The Car)… or is it?

Volkswagen, shortened by many to simply VW was founded in 1937 in Germany. Since then VW has been one of the world’s largest automakers. After news of the massive emissions cheating scandal in 2016, Volkswagen shed its Das Auto tagline for a very simple one… Volkswagen. As a result of looming recalls and exorbitant costs related to the emissions scandal affecting approximately 11 million vehicles around the globe, Volkswagen shelved its old slogan to highlight its newfound humility.

The CA Lemon Law attorneys of the Lemon Law Experts have been heavily involved with the representation of hundreds of consumers regarding the defeat devices and the Volkswagen emissions scandal. Also, over the past decade, the Lemon Law Experts have successfully helped countless consumers with their Volkswagen lemon vehicles.

Important Update: What the VW Emissions Scandal Means to You

Do You Suspect Your Volkswagen is a Lemon?

If you find yourself taking your Volkswagen into an authorized dealership for repeated repairs, your Volkswagen may be a lemon and you may be entitled to a refund, replacement or cash compensation.

If you are experiencing problems with your Volkswagen while under warranty, you should present it to an authorized Volkswagen dealership for repairs. Make sure your service technician accurately documents your complaints on your repair invoice and keep a copy of your repair invoices for your records. Contact the Lemon Law Experts for a fast and confidential case evaluation and see if we can assist you.

Complaints Common to Volkswagen Lemons

The Lemon Law Experts have successfully represented countless Volkswagen consumers with their lemon law claims. We have handled lemon law cases involving the entire Volkswagen family of vehicles including the Jetta, Passat, Tiguan, Atlas, Golf, Beetle, and more. Some of the more common complaints we have seen include but are not limited to:

  • Loss of power while driving
  • Difficulty starting
  • Engine seizes
  • High RPMs while idling
  • Excessive noise while idling
  • Check engine light on
  • Intermittent wipe control failure
  • Will not start
  • Does not shift properly
  • Premature brake wear
  • ABS light flashing

The defect and common complaints listed above have been shown to substantially impair the safety, use and value of your Volkswagen vehicle. If you have taken your Volkswagen into an authorized repair facility for repeated concerns as those listed above, your Volkswagen may be a lemon and you may be entitled to compensation.

The CA Lemon Law Experts Can Help With Your Volkswagen Lemon

If you suspect your Volkswagen is a lemon, do not delay in getting exceptional representation. What makes our law firm different from the rest is our exceptional team of attorneys and support staff. The vehicle manufacturers know who we are, the judges know who we are and the defense attorneys know who we are. This makes choosing the Lemon Law Experts the best choice for your lemon law needs. Our team will work harder and smarter to maximize the recovery that you are entitled to under the lemon laws. Call us today for a case evaluation (206) 566-7720.

Client Testimonial

If you believe that your Jeep is a lemon car you may have a lemon claim under the state’s lemon law rights, call us at (206) 566-7720.

“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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